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Work code : tabe-at12

Mitsuko TABE

「An apple a day keeps the doctor away」

Gold leaf and brass
12 x 12 in

1933 Born in Taiwan.
1946 Back to Fukuoka at the end of War.
1953 Belong to Kyushu-Ha (Avant-garde Artist Group in Kyushu, through 1970).
1960 Received Gold Prize in The 3rd Nishinihon Excellent Painting Exhibition.
1997 Participated in International Symposium about “Space-Time between Women
and Men” at Paris.
Published “Jutai Geijutsu” (The Annunciation Art), Hana Shoin Co,.Ltd.
2000 Received The 25th Fukuoka City Culture Prize.
Published “Nisennen no Ringo” (Apples of 2nd millennium), Nishinippon Shimbun
Shuppan Co,.Ltd.
2002 Published first Catalogue.
2012 Published second Catalogue.
Lives and works in Fukuoka.

Important Solo Exhibition
2013 Mizoe Art Gallery, Tokyo.
2012 Mizoe Art Gallery, Fukuoka.
2011 Ki no Kaze Gallery, Itoshima City, Fukuoka.
2010 E & C Gallery, Fukui.
2009 TOKOPORA Gallery, Fukuoka.
Y Art Gallery, Osaka.
2005 Marunouchi Gallery, New York.
2004 Gallery 58, Tokyo. (’05,’08).
2000 Kurokawa INN Museum Opening Solo Exhibition, Amagi City, Fukuoka.
1999 Adirondack Community College, State of New York.
“Spiral/View” Gallery Shirakawa, Kyoto.
1998 “The World of Mitsuko – Sign Language”, Gallery Okuda International,
Washington, D.C. (through ‘02).
1997 Gallery Towa-Ru, Fukuoka (through ‘08).
1994 Sawara Gallery, Fukuoka (‘96).
1994 Cast Iron Gallery, State of New York (through ’97).
1991 Makishin Gallery, Tokyo (through ’95).

Important Group Exhibition
2005 “Avant-garde Women 1950-1975”, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Arts.
“Apples in art; From Dürer to Now”, Hiroshima Museum of Art.
2003 “Kyushu Ryoku Ten”, Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto.
2001 “Kyushu Ha Exhibition”, Fukuoka Art Museum.
2000 Far Eastern Contemporary Art International Exhibition, Bourgogne, France.

Public Collection
National Museum of Women, Washington, D.C.
Adirondack Community College, State of New York.
Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka
Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto

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