24 Mar 2018 [Fukuoka][Essence of contemporary prints] exhibition Marth 24 (Sat.) ― April 8 (Sun.)
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Just as there is an expression that is `print art`, prints are developed as a part of art same as oil paintings and Japanese-style paintings. Among them, Japanese prints culture is commented very high, which was started from Ukiyo-e period to contemporary. This time, it is going to be a group exhibition along eight influential persons, who support the developing of this kind of Japanese contemporary prints. Welcome to come and enjoy the exhibition.
Mizoe Art Galley
Kazunobu Abe

Tadayoshi Nakabayashi
1937/copperplate engraving/Tokyo University of the Arts, emeritus professor

Noriko Yanagisawa
1940/copperplate engraving/used to be a professor of Musashino Art University

Teruo Isomi
1941/woodcut/Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts, emeritus professor

Keisei Kobayashi
1944/wood engraving/Tama Art University, emeritus professor

Ryoji Ikeda
1947/copperplate engraving/Musashino Art University, emeritus professor

Takemi Azumaya
1948/lithograph/Tokyo University of the Arts, emeritus professor

Seiko Kawachi
1948/woodcut/Tama Art University, visiting professor

Junji Amano
1949/screenprint/Tama Art University, visiting professor
17 Mar 2018 [Tokyo]TAKESHI Wei Exhibition March 17(Sat) ― April 1(Sun), 2018
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〇The days artist in the gallery 3/17,18,19

Itoshima is a city located in Fukuoka Prefecture, which is surrounded by sea and mountains, and also nurturing rich nature. Takeshi’s art works are created in an old blacksmith’s shop as renovated to be his atelier there. The portrait paintings fill with sorrow and the still-life paintings of winter melon, which is full of energy, are painted on the hand-made panels or nature wood boards. The pleasant objects are made from the driftwood or waste lumbers that were found by the artist while he was taking a walk along the beach. Full of poetic sentiment and tenderness, Takeshi Wei’s art works’ world exists between the life of an art painter and a human itself. Please enjoy the exhibition.
Mizoe Art Gallery
Kazunobu Abe

Biography/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. The ceiling painting project for Nishiyama Takayamaji (at Bungo Takada City) is going to start at the end of this year.
21 Feb 2018 ART FAIR TOKYO 2018 March 9(Fri.)-March 11(Sun.).,2018
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*This exhibition is a pay event. Please visit for more ticket information.

Private Preview (Invited guests only): 3/8 Thu. 14:00-16:00
Vernissage (Invited guests only): 3/8 Thu. 16:00-20:00
Public View:
3/9 Fri. 11:00-20:00
3/10 Fri. 11:00-20:00
3/11 Fri. 11:00-17:00

1DAY passport
Advance 3,000 JPY / Same-day 3,500 JPY (Including tax)
Please visit Art Fair Tokyo website for more information.

ART FAIR TOKYO, the biggest art fair in Japan, will be held at Tokyo International Forum again.
Mizoe Art Gallery presents solo exhibition of Kenpei Yunde, who expresses Japanese traditional worldview with his unique technique through oil paintings. As a special display, we will also exhibit Henri Matisse’s oil painting “Femme Auprès de la fenêtre.”
We look forward to seeing you at our booth: < N69 >

Tokyo International Forum, Hall E & Lobby Gallery
(3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)

Mizoe Art Gallery | Tokyo Gallery
TEL +81.3.3722.6570

【Artist’s biography】
1970 Born in Osaka, Japan.
1996 B.F.A from Osaka University of Arts.
1997 Received Nichido Art Foundation Award in Showakai Exhibition.
1995 Received the Best New Talent Award in Issuikai Exhibition. Three time Honorable Mention winner in Issuikai Exhibition.
2009 Received Sompo Japan Art Award.
2013 Received the Minister of Education Award.
Currently a member of Issuikai committee, Kensuikai committee, Japan Artists Association, and more.

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