02 Nov 2017
[Fukuoka]Yoko MITSUYUKI Exhibition「Reproduce」Friday, November 3 – Sunday, November 19, 2017
[Sunshine―A] F100 Oil･Acrylic 2017
○Openning Reception starts at 5pm on Friday, November 3.
When we talk about Ms. Yoko MITSUYUKI, what immediately comes to our mind is the series of [BLUE]. She worked on abstract paintings with a sense of coolness, which imaged the water of her birthplace YANAGAWA for a long term. This time, the image was renewed and colorful new paintings will be exhibited in our gallery. Just as she named the exhibition as[Reproduce], we can find an enthusiasm to take another new step as a painter from Ms. Yoko MITSUYUKI. Actually, she celebrated the 50th anniversary of her painting career last year, then retired from Kyushu Sangyo University this year, and also quit the part of guidance for backwards to make a new life of her creating road. It is admirable of her attitude that she continues to challenge new expressions instead of complying with the prosperous achievements. Please enjoy the new world of Yoko MITSUYUKI, born from extraordinary sense of color and expression.
Mizoe Art Gallery
Venue Taipei World Trade Center Hall One
(No.5, Section 5, Xinyi Road)
Booth No. C07
We invite you to visit Mizoe Art Gallery at the 24th edition of ART TAIPEI. For our third time participating in this art fair, Mizoe Art Gallery proudly presents two prominent Japanese artists. The first is a female artist Tamie Okuyama, who gained public favor at her solo exhibition in Art Taipei 2015 and 2016 with her established technique and large-scale worldview. And this year she is going to have a speech in the Art salon. The second artist is Kenpei Yunde, who expresses Japanese traditional worldview with his unique technique through oil paintings. As a special display, we will also exhibit an oil painting by the masters of Western modern art including Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall. Please come enjoy this combination of Japanese contemporary artists and Western masters, which creates the “timeless” and “universal” world of beauty.
We look forward to seeing you at our booth: C07.
14 Oct 2017
[Fkuoka]TAKESHI Wei Exhibition Saturday, October 14 – Sunday, October 29, 2017
The figures tinged with sorrow which comes out of the artist’s imagination. The still life paintings full of tranquility and vitality. Very imaginative objects made of found driftwood and waste lumbers. Illustration-like attractiveness of the woodblock prints with the original technique of the artist. Despite its variety, each piece has reached a high degree of perfection. Please enjoy the world of Takeshi Wei, which is full of poetic sentiment and tenderness.
Mizoe Art Gallery
Born in Hitoyoshi, Kumamoto in 1947. Received Merit Award in Nishinihon Art Award Exhibition, Niki Prize in Niki Award Exhibition, and Encouragement Award and Merit Award in Yasuda Kasai Foundation of Art Award. Illustrated for the novel “Monogatari No Kobako” on Nishinippon Shimbun, the novel “Last Train” by Tetsuzo Fukuzawa with etching, and more. Currently independent.