Sex and the Floating World

By: SCREECH, TIMON

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Honolulu.: University of Hawai'i Press.. 1999. Colour and black and white photographic illustrations, 319pp, bibliography, paperback, bump to head of spine. "Sex and the Floating World offers an entirely new assessment of the genre of Japanese paintings and prints known as shunga. Recent changes in Japanese law have at last enabled erotic images to be published without fear of prosecution, and many picture-books have since appeared in Japan. There has, however, been very little attempt to situate shunga imagery within the contexts of sexuality, gender, or the politics of power. Questions of aesthetics, and of whether shunga deserves a place in the canon of Japanese art history, have dominated, and the issue of how such images were used has been avoided. Timon Screech seeks to re-establish shunga in its proper historical contexts of culture and creativity. " Publisher's description. .

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