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  • Mako Idemitsu - Wikipedia

    Mako Idemitsu (出光 真子, Idemitsu Mako, born 1940, Tokyo, Japan) is an experimental video art and film artist. Life and family. Mako Idemitsu ...

  • Brooklyn Museum: Mako Idemitsu

    Born in Tokyo in 1940, Idemitsu grew up in a very old fashioned, male-dominant, typical patriarchal family. This later became the basis of her works, whose main theme is the issues of family oppression against women. She married Sam Francis, an abstract expressionist painter. While they lived in ...

  • Mako Idemitsu | MoMA

    Introduction Mako Idemitsu (出光 真子, Idemitsu Mako, born 1940, Tokyo, Japan) is an experimental video art and film artist. Wikidata Q18619304

  • Mako Idemitsu - IMDb

    Mako Idemitsu, Director: At Yukigaya 2. Find industry contacts & talent representation. Manage your photos, credits, & more

  • White Elephant by Mako Idemitsu, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®

    Mako Idemitsu . Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, in an elite and wealthy family, author Mako Idemitsu went to the United States in 1962 where she met and married abstract expressionist painter Sam Francis.

  • White Elephant by Mako Idemitsu

    White Elephant has 10 ratings and 4 reviews: Published April 20th 2011 by Fuunsha, Hardcover

  • Mako Idemitsu – Media Artist – film & video works by a ...

    Idemitsu Mako’s video work “Another Day of A Housewife” is now on a display at Barbican Center in London.

  • White Elephant by Mako Idemitsu | World Literature Today

    Trans. Juliet Winters Carpenter. Chin Music Press. 2016. 220 pages.

  • Sam Francis and Mako Idemitsu | The Getty Iris

    A new blog exploring the work of all four Getty programs. Learn what's new and get a glimpse behind the scenes.

  • White Elephant (9781634059589): Mako Idemitsu ...

    "Idemitsu has written an autobiographical first novel about a young Japanese woman who comes to America to study and stays to marry, raise a child, and find her identity as a woman caught between two cultures."

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