By Jaime Grijalba
NOV 2019 | Film
Inked in 1951, the Treaty of San Francisco specified the compensations and conditions Japan had to comply with following its defeat in World War II, essentially marking the nations first steps toward regaining sovereignty, but it also affected the cultural landscape of the country.
By Lynn Maliszewski
JUNE 2019 | Art Books
These fissures guide our reading of Steidls 509-page compilation. Eight essays, written in Czech and in English, outline the entanglement between political compulsions and images published in a nation consistently redefining itself throughout the twentieth century.