School of Japanese sculptors. It was active from the late 12th century to the 19th but flourished particularly during the Kamakura period (1185–1333). The name has been applied by modern art historians to sculptors in this mode from Kōkei onwards, and derives from the suffix ...
One of the characteristics of Korean contemporary art is a continuous effort in employing and interpreting international art practices and discourses. Art movements from Europe and North America in particular, including
Jean Robertson and Craig McDaniel
The final decades of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century witnessed an increasing propensity for artists to incorporate aspects of science in their own art. In many fields of scientific research—including the cloning of mammals, the genetic modification of crops, the creation of bioengineered organs and tissues, advances in nanotechnology and robotics, experimental research in how the human mind works and the study of artificial intelligence—the frontiers of knowledge pushed outward at an accelerated pace. In the spirit of creative inquiry, or in order to critique the goals and outcomes of scientific experimentation and application, artists regularly borrowed subjects, tools and approaches from science as a means to the production of art (...
Morgan Falconer and Yisoon Kim
South Korean theorist, painter and sculptor. Lee settled in Japan in 1956. He studied Oriental painting at Seoul National University and he graduated from Nihon University, Tokyo, in 1961, with a degree in philosophy. Lee was particularly fascinated with