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“Japanese Art 1950-2010” at the National Museum of Art, Osaka is a historical show by virtue of the span of time it covers.

Drawn from the museum’s collection, however, it is also historically disengaged, largely not placing works within the narrative contexts of art history and casually overlooking whole areas distinctive to contemporary Japanese art.

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