Tokyo: Mori Art Museum, 2017. First Edition. Cardboard covers. Octavo (283 x 210 mm.), 272 pp., ill., bibliography, loosley inserted is a 16 pp. booklet of reproductions of drawings (150x 100 mm.) sewn through the spine. Illustrated card wrappers in open spine binding with drafting paper (233mm high) wraparound with title in gold foil. As new in like wrapper. As new / as new. Item #635
N. S .Harsha (b. 1969) is an Indian artist who works in painting, drawing, sculpture and installations. "Underlying all his work however is a worldview in which the micrcosmos, as symbolized by the human body, and macrcosmos, embracing all things, exist simultaneously' (Foreword). Published in Association with an exhibition held at the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 4 February - 11 June 2017. The exhibition was a survey of two decades of N.S. Harsha's practice presenting around 75 major works from 1995 onwards. Extensively illustrated with two foldout pages presenting one large work. Text in Japanese and English.