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Sculptor Isamu Wakabayashi (1936-2003), who has represented Japan twice at the Venice Biennale, is best known for his metalwork. After his early pieces, however, he moved on to also work with other materials, including stone, wood, cement, iron and sulfur. He also left behind numerous experiments and drawings, prints, objects and books, which he used to inspire his finished works.

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