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Suiseki made its earliest Western debut in the 1960s, traveling as sidekicks of immensely popular Japanese bonsai trees. By the 1980s, suiseki had emerged as an independent art form reigning supreme until year 2000 when stunning gongshi or scholar’s rocks from China and intriguing suseok from Korea began to arrive and share its stage. Beyond Suiseki looks at these developments and presents a gallery of fifty beautiful photographs of a diverse Western collection of viewing stones complimented by thought-provoking quotations

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