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Niikuni, Seiichi, 1925-1977

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Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

Anthology Meaning Meanings, 1989

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Identifier: CC-28995-30331
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This booklet was written for a workshop in a grade school class and is a second edition of the book. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1989

Concrete Poetry / Niikuni, Seiichi., 1979

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Identifier: CC-38341-40240
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This book consists of a critical analysis of Niikuni's work and a selection of his concrete poems. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1979

dish, blood / Niikuni, Seiichi., 1972

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Identifier: CC-49169-70209
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Stored with two other Niikuni photographs as a card set. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1972

[from "Poemes franco-japonais" (1966)] / Niikuni, Seiichi; Garnier, Pierre., 1972

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Identifier: CC-49168-70208
Scope and Contents Stored with two other Niikuni photographs as a card set. Wikipedia: Seiichi Niikuni (新国誠一 Niikuni Seiichi, December 7, 1925 "“ August 23, 1977) was a Japanese poet and painter. He was one of the foremost pioneers of the international avant-garde concrete poetry movement, creating works of calligraphic, visual and aural poetry. He is recognized as one of the most important poets of recent times in Japanese and German textbooks. In 1964, Niikuni participated in the E. E. Cummings study group held in Yukinobu Kagiya's house, and met Yasuo Fujitomi while there.[6] On June 4, he established an association called the Association of Study of Arts or ASA (芸術研究協会 Geijutsu KenkyÅ« Kyōkai) with Fujitomi with the objective of exploring and experimenting with concrete poetry. They published a namesake magazine ASA and in it introduced both Japanese and foreign concrete poetry, and also translated poems by Haroldo de Campos into Japanese. Fujitomi would also introduce the...
Dates: 1972

Japan: The Art of the Book, Past And Present / Ito M ; Matsutani ; Niikuni S ; Takahashi S ; Sackner RK ; Sackner MA., 1986

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Identifier: CC-37347-39199
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The Sackner Archive lent one book by Ito, one book by Matsutani, one book by Niikuni, and four books by Takahashi to this exhibition. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1986

klankteksten ?konkrete poezie visuele teksten Exhibition: voile 1967. No.76bb / Pierre Garnier ; Seiichi Niikini., 1970

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Identifier: CC-38254-40150
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This print was hung in the most important exhibition of concrete poetry in its time. The numbering scheme used to classify the posters is based upon the pages of the exhibition catalogue with the same title. Water damage is present on the top of the poster but the image is intact. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1970

Pirapora: Capital da Poesia / Anonymous; Ovcacek E; Cameron C; Niikuni S; Padin C; Kolar J; Vigo EA; Kostelanetz R; Mon F; Ulrichs T; Solt ME; Gerz J., 1972

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Identifier: CC-26901-27374
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Kinetic letter picture by Timm Ulrichs which is reproduced is falsely attributed to Hansjorg Mayer. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1972

Poèmes Phonétiques Sur Spatialisme, 1966

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Identifier: CC-05536-5643
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The jacket is signed by Seiichi Niikuni "for Emmett Williams," Jun 1971.

Dates: 1966

Visible Language. No.3 / Niikuni S., 1999

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Identifier: CC-33885-35557
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Min-Soo Kim contributes an essay on the work of Yi Sang, a korean poet and philosopher whose concepts and experimental poetry "go beyond Dada and concrete poetry." This poetry is oriented to a mathematical approach. Ken Friedman's book "The Fluxus Reader," and Jed Rasula and Steve McCaffery's "Imagining Language, an Anthology" are reviewed by Sharon Poggenpohl. An excerpt from Richard Kostelanetz' "A New Dictionary of the Avant-Gardes" is also included. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1999