Published by The Japan Foundation, Tokyo, 1982. First edition. Comprised of three fan-fold leaflets (21×60 cm open and 22×15 cm closed) housed in a gold printed slipcase with die-cut circle. Each leaflet contains biography of artist and illustrations, including color, of their work. Leaflets are Fine, slipcase is Very Good, some rubbing, closed tear near die-cut.
Giappone: La Biennale di Venezia, 1982. Yoshio Kitayama, Naoyoshi Hikosaka, Tadashi KawamataArt
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