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The Exhibition Related Special Lecture – “The Spell of Japan in California: Greene & Greene Architecture and the Photography of Ishimoto Yasuhiro” by Edward “Ted” Bosley
The Exhibition Related Special Lecture The Spell of Japan in California: Greene & Greene Architecture and the Photography of Ishimoto Yasuhiro by Edward “Ted” Bosley Director, The Gamble House University of Southern California School of Architecture Presentation Summary: In 1912, Kenchiku Kogei Zasshi described the work of architects Charles and Henry Greene as “Japonesque.” The spell of Japan had been firmly planted in the hearts and minds of many American architects, including Greene & Greene and Frank Lloyd Wright, since
Ishimoto Yasuhiro Photo Center The Museum of Art, Kochi 353-2 Takasu, Kochi City, Kochi Prefecture, 781-8123 JAPAN TEL:+81-88-866-8000 FAX:+81-88-866-8008
Ishimoto Yasuhiro Photo Center The Museum of Art, Kochi At the occasion of the “Ishimoto Yasuhiro Shashinten 1946–2001″ retrospective exhibition held in 2001 at the Museum of Art, Kochi, internationally renowned photographer ISHIMOTO Yasuhiro (1921-2012) and his family donated a remarkable collection of Ishimoto’s works and materials, including approximately 30,000 prints and 150,000 sheets of film, as well as books, camera equipment and other items, to Kochi Prefecture, his parents’ home province. Based on experts’ opinions collected by way of