YOKAI: The Ancient Prints of Japanese Monsters(日本古代妖怪圖畫集),吉米康妮圖書

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YOKAI: The Ancient Prints of Japanese Monsters(日本古代妖怪圖畫集)

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18-19世紀的200件日本妖怪藝術作品

【YOKAI: The Ancient Prints of Japanese Monsters】

日本古代妖怪圖畫集

 

@ Skira Editore原文書

@全彩精裝/208頁/開本24.0 x 30.0 cm

@作者:Paolo Linetti

 

本書是一趟奇幻之旅,融合了神話和刺激且神秘的故事,涵蓋了18至19世紀最令人驚懼的日本藝術家的200件作品。

 

幕府時代的長期和平,是建立在4萬顆敵人被斬首的鮮血之上的。事實上,西元1600年標誌著戰爭時期的結束,當時由德川家康將軍統一天下。

 

戰爭的消失,驅逐了人們對過去大屠殺的恐怖記憶,有利於史詩般故事的發展,但這些故事又帶來了黑暗與可怕的氛圍,比如《百蠟燭遊戲》(the game of the hundred candles)這個遊戲──一種勇氣的考驗,在某個夏夜,一小群武士相聚在一起,彼此講述傳統日本妖怪(Yokai)的嚇人故事。

 

因此,我們有了蜘蛛女絡新婦(Jorōgumo),看似美麗的女人,但原形是巨大的蜘蛛;狸貓(Tanuki),可愛的獾,能夠變形;化猫(Bakeneko),妖怪貓;河童(Kappa),騷擾女人的水生生物;美人魚(Ningyo),人魚香甜的肉可以讓男人恢復青春或經歷極痛苦的死亡。《百蠟燭遊戲》的邪惡儀式是本書主要的策畫理念,書中呈現了版畫、罕見古董書籍、服裝、武器、劍、武士盔甲套裝、以及77件珍貴的淨鈕(小象牙雕塑)…等等18至19世紀的200件文藝作品,以及一幅長達10公尺的捲軸,講述了酒吞童子(Shutendoji)的故事──這是虛構的生物(Oni),領導著一支鬼怪軍隊,曾經出沒在京都附近的大江山。

 

本書是在蒙扎的維拉皇宮展覽活動期間出版的,是一本真正的日本圖像發現之旅,從北齋著名的漫畫筆記本(及他的其他傑作)到當代插畫家Loputyn的作品,這些都是熱衷於hotaku漫畫的愛好者所熟悉的。

 

A fantastic journey through stories featuring a mixture of myth, excitement and mystery in 200 works by the most frightening Japanese artists of the 18th and 19th centuries


The long Pax Tokugawa was founded on the blood of 40,000 severed enemy heads. Indeed, 1600 marked the end of the period of wars that saw the defeat of the troops opposed to General Ieyasu Tokugawa.

 

The absence of wars, banishing the memories and horrors of past massacres, favoured the development of epic tales that gave rise to dark and terrifying atmospheres, such as the game of the hundred candles, a test of courage in which a handful of warriors meet on a summer night to tell each other scary stories populated by monsters from the national tradition.


So we have the Joro¯ gumo, comely women who reveal their true nature as enormous spiders to their victims; the Tanuki, endearing badgers able to transform themselves; the Bakeneko, monstrous cats; the Kappa, aquatic beings that pester women; the Ningyo, mermaids whose fragrant flesh can give men renewed youth or an excruciating death. The macabre ritual of the hundred candles is the great idea behind this original project that presents 200 works from the 18th and 19th centuries, including prints, rare antique books, clothes, weapons, swords, a samurai suit of armour, as well as seventy-seven precious netsuke, small ivory sculptures, from the Bertocchi private collection and a ten-metre long scroll that tells the story of Shutendoji, a mythological creature (Oni) at the head of an army of monsters that haunted Mount Oe near Kyoto.

 

Published on the occasion of the exhibition at the Villa Reale in Monza, the book is a real journey of discovery of Japanese imagery, ranging from Hokusai’s famous manga notebooks (alongside his other masterpieces) to the works of Loputyn, the contemporary illustrator well known to hotaku manga enthusiasts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


YOKAI: The Ancient Prints of Japanese Monsters(日本古代妖怪圖畫集)

TWD $2,090

TWD $1,650

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