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Creative East-West cosmopolitanism? The changing role of international mobility for young Japanese contemporary artists

Abstract : As with other facets of social change, innovation and creativity explored in this volume -- such as science and technology, cuisine, youth culture, gender identities -- the rise of distinctive new contemporary art from East Asia offers possibilities for exploring the interaction of the local, the national, the regional and the global, in a particular field of cultural producution and from new world perspectives. My chapter offers another angle on the "making and unmaking of transnationalism in East Asia", by considering the cross-border dynamics of Japanese modern and contemporary art -- and particularly the international mobility of artists -- as a part of an Asian led cultural globalization (...).
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Adrian Favell. Creative East-West cosmopolitanism? The changing role of international mobility for young Japanese contemporary artists. Soysal Yasemin, Wong Suk-Ying. Making and Unmaking of Transnationalism: The Nation and Citizenship in East Asia, Stanford University Press, pp.1-37, 2012. ⟨hal-01044443⟩

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