高松次郎 Jiro Takamatsu (1936~1998)
A native of Tokyo. From the 1950s to the early ’60s, Takamatsu produced avant-garde artworks and organized happenings and performances. In the late ’60s, he started a series of works that asked the awareness of extraterrestrials via vision (or visual sensation), influencing the onset of the ‘Mono-ha’ movement. In the late ’60s, Takamatsu produced prints, while in the early ’70s he made works that asked the concept of print, for which he received considerable attention.


  • Title: Perspective Bench
  • Creator: 高松次. Jiro Takamatsu
  • Date: 1967
  • Location: 348 Dongsan-Ro, Danwon-Gu, Ansan-City, Gyeonggi-Do, South Korea
  • location:lon: 126.812326
  • location:lat: 37.319395
  • Physical Dimensions: w79 x h59 cm
  • Type: silkscreen

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