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In “Allegories of Space and Time,” Columbia University Professor Jonathan M. Reynolds charts the discourse surrounding tradition and modernity in Japanese aesthetics from the 1940s to ’80s.

Despite the subtitle, “Japanese Identity in Photography and Architecture,” and the fact that Reynolds references only a handful of artists, the book deals with diverse media — from sculpture to advertising. It is this wide-ranging approach that bolsters his most convincing arguments.

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