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Is there a French word for the Japanese オブジェ?
The Japanese word オブジェ means something like “avant-garde sculpture”, it does not apply to things like classical sculptures or 18th century busts. Most modern art sculptures are called オブジェ by Japanese ...
Nov 28 '11 at 1:23
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