Genpei AKASEGAWA

Born 1937 in Yokohama (Kanagawa). Avant-garde artist and writer. Akasegawa studied oil painting at Musashino Art School (now Musashino Art University), but left before graduation. As an author of “pure literature,” he published under the pen name of Otsuji Katsuhiko. The writer and winner of the Naoki Prize, Akasegawa Shun, was his elder brother.

Akasegawa also taught as a guest professor at the Department of Japanese Painting at Musashino Art University.

 

Tomason Apocalypse Release date: 1988
Publisher: Satani Gallery
14 original prints in a paper-case

1988
Offset print、emboss
Box size:38.0x53.5x2.0 cm
Sheet size:36.5x51.5 cm
Ed.17/50 Signed

*Sold as a set


"Tomason Apocalypse box"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Wild anus (taillamp)"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Empty path・Yotsuya kaidan"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Pedestrian dam"



From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Passed-through house"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Dream of a superfluous window shade"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"3 PM・When shadows cross the border"



From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Scale after rain"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Wind cord"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Androgyny"



From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Halley's Comet on the same day"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Cementofu"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Interference"



From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Lord in the parking lot"


From Tomason Apocalypse,
"Memories kept up with thumb tacks even now"

 


"Screw-on"

1969
Silkscreen
51.7x75.5cm
Ed. 100
Signed
   

 


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