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Tokyo to LA story: how Southern California became the gateway for a Japanese global pop art phenomenon

Abstract : An analysis of the demographic and geographic conditions that have enabled Los Angeles (LA) to become a gateway for imports of Japanese contemporary cultures in the West, illustrated with the case of Japanese contemporary art, and the international success stories of Takashi Murakami and Yoshitomo Nara (...).
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Adrian Favell. Tokyo to LA story: how Southern California became the gateway for a Japanese global pop art phenomenon. Kontur, 2010, pp.54-68. ⟨hal-01024151⟩

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