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by Kendall H. Brown

Author: Kendall H. Brown
Subcategory: Decorative Arts & Design
Language: English
Publisher: University Museum, CSU Long Beach (January 27, 2014)
Pages: 108 pages
Category: Photo and Art
Rating: 4.4
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Kendall H. Brown, professor of Asian art history at California State University, Long Beach is author of Deco Japan . Saw an exhibition of this carver's works at The Asia Society in Texas, and had to have this.

Kendall H. Brown, professor of Asian art history at California State University, Long Beach is author of Deco Japan and Water and Shadow. It's one you may pick up over and over.

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Inspired by these practices, Traditions Transfigured examines fourteen contemporary works by Noh mask-maker and artist Bidou Yamaguchi. Jun 2013 - University of Washington Press. These apply the forms, techniques, transformative spirit, and mysterious elegance of Noh masks to iconic female portraits from the European art historical canon, and to Kabuki actor prints by Sharaku, Japan's 18th century portrait master. This book explores these masks in the context of Noh through essays by art historians, a Noh specialist, and an award-winning novelist. Other Titles in ART, Asian, General.

Yamaguchi applies the spirit of Noh masks to iconic European portraits .

Yamaguchi applies the spirit of Noh masks to iconic European portraits and Kabuki actor prints by Sharaku. About the Exhibition. Traditions Transfigured: The Noh Masks of Bidou Yamaguchi was organized by the University Art Museum at California State University Long Beach in conjunction with Dr. Kendall H. Brown. Major support has been provided by the McLeod Family Foundation and a grant from Instructional Related Activities at CSULB.

Professor of Art History Kendall H Brown. Book Format: Choose an option. Published in conjunction with the exhibition, Traditions Transfigured: The Noh Masks of Bidou Yamaguchi, organized by the University Art Museum at California State University, Long Beach, from January 25 to April 13, 2014"-Title page verso. The face has inspired artists around the world for millennia, and Japan's Noh theater has provided a complex domain for exploring human emotion.

Theatre of Dreams, Theatre of Play: Nō and Kyōgen in Japan ed. by Khanh Trinh, and: Traditions Transfigured: The Noh Mask of Bidou Yamaguchi ed. by Kendall H. Brown, and: The Secrets of Noh Masks by Udaka Michishige. Article in Asian Theatre Journal 34(2):496-502 · January 2017 with 14 Reads.

31 A new mask would not fit with the atmosphere of the Noh. From the beginning, masks were made so as to appear older.

20 Uranuri, the next step, is to put lacquer on the back of the mask and to sign it. 21 Next the metal eyes are put in for the masks that need them, usually for the masks of demons. 31 A new mask would not fit with the atmosphere of the Noh. 32 Aging techniques include abraiding the surface with a whisk made from the bark of the palm tree, and staining it with various materials. The aging processes are among the most tightly kept secrets of the Noh mask carvers.

Inspired by these practices, Traditions Transfigured examines fourteen contemporary works by Noh mask-maker and artist Bidou .

For me, "mask-making" is not a simple expression of representational art of superficies. It is a task of materializing the "narrative" hidden behind each face.

Members Brunch with Bidou Yamaguchi and Dr. Kendall Brown, Guest Curator Saturday, October 25, 11 am Meet . By transfiguring both European and Japanese artistic traditions, Bidou Yamaguchis work merges past and present. Kendall Brown, Guest Curator Saturday, October 25, 11 am Meet the artist and guest curator in an intimate gathering over brunch, along with a Q and A. Artist Talk by Bidou Yamaguchi with Dr. Kendall Brown, Guest Curator Saturday, October 25, 3 pm The artist will offer an inside look at how he approaches the forms, techniques, and transformative spirit of Noh masks. More importantly, it allows contemporary audiences to uncover deeper dimensions of their own humanity.

The face has inspired artists around the world for millennia, and Japan's Noh theater has provided a complex domain for exploring human emotion. Inspired by these practices, Traditions Transfigured examines fourteen contemporary works by Noh mask-maker and artist Bidou Yamaguchi. These apply the forms, techniques, transformative spirit, and mysterious elegance of Noh masks to iconic female portraits from the European art historical canon, and to Kabuki actor prints by Sharaku, Japan's 18th century portrait master.This book explores these masks in the context of Noh through essays by art historians, a Noh specialist, and an award-winning novelist.