"Fuji, a country of snow ", the title of the very beautiful exhibition, which The Point is a partner, could be the to and the reverse of a haiku, a short japanese poem that plays on the mystery and the revelation. There are together four emblems of Japan : the deity Fuji, cone perfect, always capped with snow ; the art of the landscape, another national treasure ; snow, an element which the representation is a challenge and one that evokes the impermanence of the world, the very essence of the japanese philosophy ; and Yasunari Kawabata, the author of a Country of snow which was the Nobel Prize for literature in 1968. The Fujisan is sacred, as in the pr...Article reserved to subscribers
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