Japan: The New Art (1970) - Watch Online. Directed by Michael Blackwood

Genres Documentary     Short    
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Country USA
Language English, Japanese
Runtime 27 min
Plot ... search for Japan: The New Art on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Michael Blackwood Documentary, Short Movie

  • JAPAN: The New Art [trailer] - YouTube

    JAPAN The New Art a film by Christian & Michael Blackwood (1970/2008 (re-release), 27 minutes, color) Website: ...

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  • Japan: The New Art (1970) - IMDb

    Directed by Michael Blackwood. With Shingo Honda, Susumu Koshimizu, Ufan Lee, Yusuke Nakahara.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1864379/

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    Watch Japan: The New Art online for free now - Add a Plot. Home; Search; ... Popular Searches; IMDB Top 250; Japan: The New Art Watch Japan: The New Art Online Free. Released: 1970 | Duration: 27 mins ... Studio: Michael Blackwood Productions | Genres: Documentary - Short. Add a Plot. Japan: The ...

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  • Jackson Pollock Gutai Artists of Japan

    Jackson Pollock & Gutai Artists of Japan, Jackson Pollock House, Guggenheim Gutai: Splendid Playground Curators on the Gutai Journals, Gutai: Splendid Playground. Retrospective at Guggenheim Museum, New York

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  • Japan classic paintings, pop idols hit US - Worldnews.com

    AFP - Japan is presenting to the United States highlights of its culture both old and new, with a rare exhibition of elaborate centuries-old nature scrolls and performances by a top-selling pop band.

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    JAPAN: The New Art [trailer] JAPAN The New Art a film by Christian & Michael Blackwood (1970/2008 (re-release), 27 minutes, color) Website: http://www.michaelblackwoodproductions.com/art... duration: 1:48; published: 21 Jun 2011; updated: 08 Apr 2013;

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