From one stroke | Mina KatsukiVIEW EVENT DETAILS
September 10 — Art for Breakfast 2021
Art for Breakfast is delighted to invite Mina Katsuki, an artist, in person to kick off the autumn art season. Ms. Katsuki is no stranger to the Japan Center, joining us in numerous programs as a guest. But this time, she takes the center stage and will share with us about her blue and white representative series, “From one stroke” and its origins. She will share with us not only the unique process in creating her works but also past stories which she can now reveal — what she sees herself as an artist and her new journey going forward.
From 2017 to 2019, she has been attracting attention in Asian countries by participating in artist-in-residence programs in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam and by holding exhibitions in Korea and Taiwan. She is an artist who is connecting Asia.
This event will be conducted on-site and online.
On-site participation is for members and guests only. Online participation is open to the public. Registration is required.
Born in Fukuoka, Japan, in 1989. Received M.F.A. in painting, Kyoto University of Art and Design in 2016. Awarded the TWW prize at Tokyo Wonderwall 2015, selected for The 3rd Contemporary Art Foundation, SHU UEMURA prize at a.a.t.m 2016, and selected for The 32th Holbein Scholarship. Selected solo and group exhibitions include, 241-294 Chroma at Fukuzumi Gallery, Osaka, From one stroke at WINWIN ART, Taiwan, From one stroke 2 at Iori Machiya Stay, satellite show of ARTISTS’ FAIR KYOTO 2020.
Katsuki has also participated in various art fairs and Artist-in-Residences overseas such as Sasaran International Art Festival 2017, Malaysia, Hanoi Art Connecting 2019, Vietnam, ART FAIR PHILIPPINES 2020, Philippines, and Art Fair Tokyo 2021. Katsuki’s minimalistic paintings pay homage to their most fundamental elements, the paint and the single stroke. Through her “One stroke” approach to painting and her use of the blue pigment, she is able to create powerfully captivating work.
Kabayama / Matsumoto Room, International House of Japan
(On-site: Members & guests only / Online: Open to the public)
For event details visit https://asiasociety.org/japan/events/one-stroke-mina-katsuki Kabayama / Matsumoto Room, International House of Japan (On-site: Members & guests only / Online: Open to the public)