217 works
[Fukuoka] Golden Week Thanksgiving - On Sale - , April 27th (Sat) – May 12th (Sun), 2024

Marc CHAGALL, "The Angel of Judgment," Lithograph, ed. 152/200, 20.08 x 16.93 inches

Golden Week Thanksgiving - On Sale -
April 27th (Sat) – May 12th (Sun), 2024
10:00am-6:00pm (Open every day during the event)

A wide range of works, mainly prints and drawings, including contemporary, deceased, and foreign artists, will be sold at sale prices.

Exhibiting Artists
Hanjiro SAKAMOTO / Morikazu KUMAGAI / Ryuzaburo UMEHARA / Takeshi HAYASHI / Narashige KOIDE / Katsuzo SATOMI / Seiji TOGO / Hirosuke TASAKI / Setsuko MIGISHI / Shintaro SUZUKI / Yasuo KAZUKI / Genichiro INOKUMA / Takanori OGISU / Kazu WAKITA / Chozaburo INOUE / Ryonosuke FUKUI / Wasaburo ITOZONO / Ryusuke NISHIMURA / Yoshika FUJITA / Ryo HIRANO / Hiroki ODA / Chimei HAMADA / Kokuta SUDA / Zenzo SAKAMOTO / Kiyoshi HASEGAWA / Tetsuro KOMAI / Jiro TAKAMATSU / Hideo YOSHIHARA / Kumi SUGAI / Waichi TSUTAKA / Masuo IKEDA / Ay-O / Takashi MURAKAMI / Shoen UEMURA / Dogyu OKUMURA / Nanpu KATAYAMA / Kayo YAMAGUCHI / Shinsui ITO / Yuki OGURA / Kaii HIGASHIYAMA

Marc CHAGALL / Leonard FOUJITA / Georges ROUAULT / Andre BAUCHANT / Bernard BUFFET / Jean Pierre CASSIGNEUL / Andre BRASILIER / Paul AIZPIRI / Paul GUIRAMAND / Jean CARZOU / Antoni CLAVE, and others.

Pablo PICASSO, "156 Series No.107," Etching, ed. 27/50, 19.80 x 25.83 inches

Takashi MURAKAMI & Mark GROTJAHN, Offset Print with Foil Stamping, ed. 160/300, 27.44 x 22.13 inches (set of 2)

Ryuzaburo UMEHARA, "Still Life," Watercolor, 12.76 x 10.63 inches
(19 Apr 2024)
[Fukuoka]Satoru JOGASAKI Exhibition "Message of color"- April 6th (Sat) - April 21st (Sun), 2024 -

"A casual day"oil, 9.64 x 25.78 in, 2024

Satoru Jogasaki Exhibition "Message of color"
Apr. 6(Sat) - Apr. 21(Sun), 2024

10:00am-6:00pm (Open every day during the event)

The Artist will be at the gallery on April 6 and 7

“The star of this exhibition is ‘color’”, says Mr. Satoru Jogasaki.

The colors and forms in the calm of daily life, the relationship between objects, and the echoes formed as it all interweaves. Until now, this was the artistic language chosen to address and pose questions to the viewer.

The artworks in this exhibition were created with a paint brush in hand, and a hope that “color” will stand by and support the viewer in overcoming sadness and anxiety.

Please enjoy the world of Satoru Jogazaki, filled with poetic sentiment and tenderness.

Mizoe Art Gallery, Kazunobu Abe

Born in 1950. Graduated from Tama Art University. Lives in Kagoshima. Received Ebihara Prize at MINAMI-NIHON Art Exhibition, Special Merit Award at the Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition (Hakone Open-air Museum Prize), Yasui Award Exhibition, Grand Prize at the Wind Arts Exhibition Biennale Makurazaki, Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan. Exhibitions (solo/group) / “The Sower” at Nanmeikan, “Bowl of Wind” at Miyake Museum of Art, Keio Department Store, Yamakataya Art Gallery, the Ueno Royal Museum, and Tokyo Station gallery. Mizoe Art Gallery Fukuoka and Fukuoka Asian Art Museum held his solo exhibition at the same time in 2021. Public Collection/ Kagoshima Prefectural Office, Kagoshima City Museum of Art, the Ueno Royal Museum, Nanmeikan Cultural Resource Center, Nagashima Museum, Miyake Museum of Art, and more.

《 Stuffing into her mouth 》 oil   4.05×13.03inch

《 Fishery 》 oil  5.55×16.18inch 

《 Tomorrow 》 oil  P10号 
(17 Mar 2024)
We will exhibit at ART BASEL Hong Kong 2024!

" Highway in the Red " 1967 Oil on canvas 101.9 x 76.8cm

ART BASEL Hong Kong 2024

Opening Hours

VIP Days (by invitation only)
First Choice | Tuesday, March 26, 12 noon to 4pm
First Choice and Preview | Tuesday, March 26, 4pm to 8pm
First Choice and Preview | Wednesday, March 27, 12 noon to 4pm
First Choice and Preview | Thursday, March 28, 12 noon to 2pm
First Choice and Preview | Friday, March 29, 12 noon to 2pm
First Choice and Preview | Saturday, March 30, 11am to 1pm

Wednesday, March 27, 4pm to 8pm

Public Days
Thursday, March 28, 2pm to 8pm
Friday, March 29, 2pm to 8pm
Saturday, March 30, 1pm to 7pm

The last admission time is thirty minutes before closing.

Hong Kong
Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Harbour Road
Wan Chai
Hong Kong, China

Ticket and other details


Exhibiting artist from MIZOE ART GALLERY
Genichiro INOKUMA
(10 Mar 2024)
We will exhibit at ART FAIR TOKYO 2024!

March 8th Fri - March 10th Sun, 2024

▍Private View
March 7th Thu 11am - 7pm

▍Public View
March 8th Fri 11am - 7pm
March 9th Sat 11am - 7pm
March 10th Sun 11am - 5pm

Tokyo International Forum Hall E and Lobby Gallery

Advance ticket:JPY4,000.- (tax incl.)
Same-day ticket:JPY5,000.- (tax incl.)
Click here for ticket reservation


▍Artists to be exhibited

|Special Exbitit|Marc Chagall

Kenpei YUNDE

Takahide KOMATSU


Takashi YATOJI

(02 Mar 2024)

[Fukuoka]Yoko MITSUYUKI Exhibition - March 2nd (Sat) - March 17th (Sun), 2024 -
《 Drop 》 Oil on canvas 63.81×89.64in 2024

Yoko MITSUYUKI Exhibition
March 2nd (Sat) - March 17th (Sun), 2024

Opening hours:10:00-18:00 (open everyday during the fair period)

Gallery Talk
Date & Time: March 2nd,Starts at 14:00, on the first day of the exhibition
*Reservations required
*A small get-together will be held after the event.

A deep "blue" with a sense of translucent coolness. Through colors and shapes, Yoko Mitsuyuki expresses, abstractly, the impressions and images that accumulate from her own experiences.
The poetic sentiment and climate of her hometown, Yanagawa. The feel of the water, the sparkling light, the green of the trees and the gentle breeze. Or, the colorful skyscrapers of Manhattan and the echoes from the hustle and bustle in the streets of New York, a city she has visited numerous times.
From these experiences, and with prayer for peace after the 9/11 attacks, she began to paint symmetrical compositions.
With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the restrictions on social outings that followed, the artist spent more time experiencing the natural scenery of her neighborhood. This allowed her to gain a renewed appreciation for the preciousness of nature, leading her to create works inspired by the sky, clouds, water, light, rivers, and the earth.
Reaching the age of 77, with a paintbrush in hand since junior high school, Yoko Mitsuyuki asks herself, "What do I really want to paint right now?
Please do come see her works.
Mizoe Art Gallery, Kazunobu Abe

Graduated from Saga University Fine Arts major in 1969. Appointed to the Department of Fine Arts, Faculty of Art, at Kyushu Sangyo University in the same year. Retired as professor in 2017.
Awarded the Macau Painting Prize at Macau International Art Exhibition.
Awarded the Fukuoka City Cultural Award.
Invited to Qingdao International Contemporary Art Exhibition 2021-2023.
Exhibited at the Asian International Art Exhibition.
Exhibited in domestic and international art fairs, solo and group exhibitions (NY, Tokyo, Fukuoka, etc.).

Currently an honorary professor at Kyushu Sangyo University, and a member of the Japan Artists Association. Vice-chairman of the Asian International Art Exhibition and director of the Fukuoka Cultural Federation. Member of the steering committee and more for the western painting division of the Fukuoka Prefectural Art Association.

Part of collection at:
Fukuoka Prefectural Art Museum, Fukuoka City Art Museum, Fukuoka Women's University Art Museum, Tagawa City Art Museum
National Art Museum of Malaysia, University of Brighton (U.K.), and many others.
(09 Feb 2024)
10 Years After His Passing Yoshio Yoshimura Exhibition-January 13th(Sat) – 28th (Sun), 2024-

Yoshio Yoshimura 《Vanda》 Colored pencils 44.09×63.77in 2007

10 Years After His Passing
Yoshio Yoshimura Exhibition

January 13th(Sat) – 28th (Sun), 2024
10:00am-6:00pm (Open every day during the event)

Happy New Year to all. We look forward to your continued good will in the coming year.

Yoshio Yoshimura attracted much attention in the world of contemporary art after winning the Grand Prize at the Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Exhibition in 2007. However, just as his future success was being anticipated, he suddenly passed away at the age of 63. I still wonder what kind of future would have awaited him and Mizoe Art Gallery, had Mr. Yoshimura still been alive.

The traveling exhibition "Yoshio Yoshimura: Beyond Super Realism", which began in November 2018 at Tokyo Station Gallery, was originally planned to exhibit at 4 venues, but eventually reached 11, making it an unusually long run as it continuously impressed.

Words such as “realism”, “hyper-realism”, “miniature painting”, and “superlative-technique” all seem inadequate, if not clichéd, when it comes to describing Yoshio Yoshimura's works and skill, which go beyond what we imagine possible.

This exhibition will feature small colored-pencil drawings of flowers alongside a series of self-portraits on newspapers drawn in Paris, as well as prints and other works from his early years. We sincerely look forward to seeing you at the gallery.

Kazunobu Abe, Mizoe Art Gallery

Yoshio Yoshimura 《Newspaper and Self-Portrait》 Pencil on newspaper 15.94×10.62in 2012

Yoshio Yoshimura
Born in Hofu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture in 1950. Graduated from Yamaguchi College of Arts in 1971. Graduated from Sokei Academy of Fine Art and Design (Tokyo) in 1979. Moved to Tokuchi, Yamaguchi City in 1985. Won the Grand Prize at the Yamaguchi Prefectural Exhibition (Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum) in 2007. Participated in "Roppongi Crossing 2007: Future Beats in Japanese Contemporary Art" (Mori Art Museum). “Yoshio Yoshimura Exhibition: Tea Room in Purgatory” (Yamaguchi Prefectural Hagi Uragami Museum) in 2009. "Yoshio Yoshimura Exhibition: I, who continue to depict my days with a sharp pencil" (Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum) in 2010. Stayed in Paris for a year in 2011. Passed away on December 6, 2013.

Special Exhibition
Taisei Yoshimura

《 Won’t give up hope 》ne part of a trilogy. Color pencil on paper, P50

Taisei Yoshimura
Born in 1992, currently resides in Yamaguchi City. After graduating from junior high school, he began his creative career as his father's assistant.
(12 Jan 2024)
New Year Masterpieces Exhibition, January 6th(Sat) – January 28th (Sun), 2024

Pablo Picasso 《Little Girl with Pigtails and A Green Hat》Oil on canvas, 73.4 x 60cm, 1956

New Year Masterpieces Exhibition
January 6th(Sat) – January 28th (Sun), 2024

10:00am-6:00pm (Open every day during the event)


We would like to wish you a Happy New Year. 

We express our sincerest gratitude for your patronage and support. Since the opening of Mizoe Art Gallery, our core concept has been to "provide high quality works of art that are not influenced by trends or the changing times, but continue to move our hearts throughout the ages”.

With this in mind, we are proud to present a collection of masterpieces from our collection.

We will continue to do our best in seeking art that will remain of value in the future, and deliver it to you, in the hope of contributing to the revitalization of the art scene in Fukuoka.

We sincerely look forward to seeing you at the gallery.

Main exhibiting artists
Pablo Picasso / Henri Matisse / Marc Chagall / Odilon Redon

Wassily Kandinsky / Jules Pasquin / Bernard Buffet

Tsuguharu Fujita / Hanjiro Sakamoto / Morikazu Kumagai / Toshiyuki Hasegawa / Zenzaburo Kojima / Kenichi Nakamura / Noriyuki Ushijima / Setsuko Migishi / Yasuo Kozuki / Chozaburo Inoue / Kazu Wakita / Ryonosuke Fukui / Chuta Kimura / Rei Kamoi / Genichiro Inokuma / Sadamasa Motonaga / Kumi Sugai / Yoshishige Saito / Toshinobu Onosato / Kokuta Suda / Kyuzaburo Ito / Zenzo Sakamoto / Teppei Ujiyama / Yasukazu Tabuchi / Chimei Hamada /
Tatsuo Ikeda / Hiroki Oda / Ryo Hirano / Gyoji Nomiyama / Tomonori Toyofuku / Mokuma Kikuhata, etc.

Tsuguharu Fujita ,《Nude Woman》Oil on canvas, 55 x 46cm, 1925

Kikuhata Mokuma ,《Roulette: Target》Wood, enamel, rubber, metal, wire
Collage on paper, framed by the artist
21.9×84.5×15.6cm, 1964

Genichiro Inokuma
《Black Attire》
Oil on canvas
73 x 60cm

Yoshishige Saito
25.0 x 20.0 x 3.7cm
(01 Jan 2024)

[Tokyo] In Memoriam Gyoji Nomiyama exhibition - December 9th(Sat) – December 24th (Sun), 2023 -

《Untitled》 46.06 x 35.82in Oil on canvas 2023

In Memoriam Gyoji Nomiyama exhibition
December 9th(Sat) – December 24th (Sun), 2023

10:00am-6:00pm (Open every day during the event)

On the morning of June 22, Mr. Gyoji Nomiyama passed away at the age of 102. To express our sincerest condolences as well as appreciation, we will be holding a memorial exhibition. Exhibited works will range from his early works to those created in his final years. We hope this will offer you a glimpse into the life of Gyoji Nomiyama, who remained a painter until the very end.
Kazunobu Abe, Mizoe Art Gallery

Gallery Talk Event: "Gyoji Nomiyama through my eyes”
Date & Time: December 9th, 15:00-
Daisuke Miyatsu (Art collector, Professor at Yokohama University of Art and Design)
*Reservations required

“A Gathering to discuss our Memories of Gyoji Nomiyama"
Date & Time: December 17th, 15:00-
On Gyoji Nomiyama's birthday, why not come share the memories you have of him?
(26 Nov 2023)
[Fukuoka]CHRISTMAS FAIR December 2nd (Sat) – December 25th(Mon), 2023

Pablo PICASSO 《La Corrida 》 ed.104/200 1956 Colour aquatint 19.09×25.78 in
2,500,000円(JPY: Tax Inc)

Date: December 2nd (Sat) – December 25th(Mon), 2023

Opening hours:10:00-18:00 (open everyday during the fair period)

We will hold the "Christmas Art Fair", continuing from last year with gratitude to our customers who have always patronized us. We will exhibit at a special price from our collection, ranging from domestic artists to overseas masters,
We will recommend you to find your favorite high-quality art works as a Christmas gift for your loved one or reward yourself.

Exhibiting artists
Morikazu KUMAGAI / Ryohei KOISO / Genichiro INOKUMA /
Noriyuki USHIJIMA / Yukio KODAMA / Katsuzo SATOMI /
Seiji CHOKAI / Chozaburo INOUE / Jiro OYAMADA / Ryonosuke FUKUI /
Wasaburo ITOZONO / Eiichiro MATSUMOTO / Ryo HIRANO / Ei-KYU /
Takeo YAMAGUCHI / Kokuta SUDA / Zenzo SAKAMOTO /
Yuki OGURA/ Shoen UEMURA / Shinsui ITO /
Pablo PICASSO / Georges Braque / Raoul DUFY / Georges ROUAULT /
Antoni CLAVE / Ben SHAHN / Claude WEISBUCH and others.

Morikazu KUMAGAI《Fish》Book bound in paper and ink
11.81×9.17in Hanging scroll
500,000円(JPY: Tax Inc)

Seiji CHOKAI 《 HANIWA (Dancing Man)》Oil on canvas 17.91×14.92in
500,000円(JPY: Tax Inc)

Yukio KODAMA《 Street corner in Paris 》Oil on canvas 8.93cm×6.22in
300,000円(JPY: Tax Inc)

Genichiro INOKUMA
《Satellites and motorcyclesArt Book "Planetary Communication 88" 》
Lithograph ed.49/88 1989 32.28 x 24.01in
100,000円(JPY: Tax Inc)

Raoul DUFY《Cubism Landscape》 
Pencil and paper around 1909 13.34×10.47in 
350,000円(JPY: Tax Inc)

Special Benefits!
Christmas gift for customers who purchase during the exhibition!
Exchange ticket for one free drink of hot wine and a mug at Fukuoka Christmas Market
(24 Nov 2023)
[Fukuoka]Tamie OKUYAMA Exhibition November 11th (Sat) - 26th (Sun), 2023

《Pink Sky》Oil on canvas 18.08 x 14.10 in 2023

Tamie OKUYAMA Exhibition
November 11th (Sat) - November 26th (Sun), 2023

Business Hours: 10:00am-6:00pm (Open every day during the event)
1-2-5 Jigyohama, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka City

Talk Event
Date & Time: November 11th (Sat) , 16:00 ~
*Reservations required in advance
*The event will be followed by a small reception.

Tamie Okuyama has been depicting the mysteries of nature and life using motifs of the sun, clouds, sea, and mountains. In this exhibition, flowers appear on the canvas for the first time in a while. Flowers interact with insects and change their form depending its type. Okuyama is fascinated by the still-unresolved mysteries of the evolution and ecology of flowers. Okuyama, who believes that everything spanning from microorganisms to the stars of the universe, including humans, are all part of a single cosmic continuum of life, extends his imagination to the world beyond our galaxy. The blooming flowers in his new work "Pink Sky" form a landscape full of life on a planet yet to be seen. This is the first solo exhibition of Okuyama's work held in Japan in four years. Please enjoy the world of works created from the eyes of Tamie Okuyama.
Mizoe Art Gallery, Kazunobu Abe

1969 Graduated with a Fine Arts Degree from Tokyo University of the Arts.
1992 Received 35th Yasui Award.
2005 Became a professor of Onomichi University, Hiroshima.
2010 Received the 31st Hiroshima Culture Prize.
2012 Retired from Onomichi University.
Currently an honorary professor at Onomichi University and resides in Tokyo
Her works are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art Saitama, Yokohama Museum of Art, Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Ishii Collection of Tsukuba University, and others.
(24 Oct 2023)

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