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Kazuo Shiraga

Untitled, c. 1985

Lithograph on paper
21 × 28 in
53.3 × 71.1 cm
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Signed in Japanese characters and numbered to lower edge ‘PP’. This work is a printer's proof.

Signed in Japanese characters and numbered to lower edge ‘PP’. This work is a printer's proof.

Kazuo Shiraga
Japanese, 1924–2008
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For Kazuo Shiraga, a painting was defined by the gestures of its creation. He famously used …

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For Kazuo Shiraga, a painting was defined by the gestures of its creation. He famously used non-traditional techniques to make his works, including performances using parts or the entirety of his body as a tool. In his famous piece, Challenging Mud (1955), Shiraga created an ephemeral form by wrestling with a mixture …

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Signed in Japanese characters and numbered to lower edge ‘PP’. This work is a printer's proof.

Signed in Japanese characters and numbered to lower edge ‘PP’. This work is a printer's proof.

Kazuo Shiraga
Japanese, 1924–2008
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For Kazuo Shiraga, a painting was defined by the gestures of its creation. He famously used …

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For Kazuo Shiraga, a painting was defined by the gestures of its creation. He famously used non-traditional techniques to make his works, including performances using parts or the entirety of his body as a tool. In his famous piece, Challenging Mud (1955), Shiraga created an ephemeral form by wrestling with a mixture …

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Kazuo Shiraga

Untitled, c. 1985

Lithograph on paper
21 × 28 in
53.3 × 71.1 cm
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