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Japanese Expressionism in the 1950s and 1960s featured in new exhibition at Bozar

During the turbulent years that followed the end of the Second World War, Japan experienced an extraordinary artistic revival. Barely a decade later, around 1957, the French art critic Michel Tapié was invited to Japan to present a series of works from a collection he called ?Art Informel?. This included paintings by innovative western artists, such as Yves Klein, Lucio Fontana, Karel Appel and Georges Dubuffet.
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