Mizù in Taipei:Tetsuo Mizù 台北個展|10.12-12.1|白石畫廊 台北空間

白石畫廊台北空間榮幸地呈獻日本藝術家Tetsuo Mizù的個展《Mizù in Taipei》。作為藝術家在台灣的首次個展,本次展覽將展出藝術家從90年代創作至今的畫作,2019年10月12日開幕,展期至12月1日。開幕茶會時間為10月12日下午4時。

Mizù因獨創性地將幾何形狀和厚塗色塊融合成一種抽象的視覺語言而備受讚賞。Mizù的畫作構圖簡潔,以充斥著直覺與熱情的質感及筆觸表達理性結構。他透過組合國際海事信號旗語的特定形狀、顏色與圖案,同時抽離出當中的具體詞彙,建構出帶有神秘感的詩意性語言。畫布上的純色及構圖張力訴說內在心理狀態與回憶,超越文化分歧,意圖達至宇宙和諧的理想烏托邦。

Mizù的作品獲義大利羅馬聖亞納教堂、法國濱海夏朗德聖讓當熱利市、日本長野冬季奧運的滑冰會場、日本戶田賽艇場大會堂、日本千葉大瀧溫室酒店及輕井澤新美術館等收藏。他也榮獲多項獎金及獎項,包括義大利安濟奧藝術比賽特別獎(1987年)及日本自由藝術獎(1973年)。他現在工作及居住於日本千葉。

Title|Mizù in Taipei:Tetsuo Mizù solo exhibition
Dates|October 12 – December 1, 2019
Opening reception|October 12 ,2019 4pm
Venue|Whitestone Gallery Taipei, 1F, No.1, Jihu Rd., Neihu Dist., Taipei City, 114, Taiwan

Whitestone Gallery is honoured to present Mizù in Taipei, the first solo exhibition of works by Japanese artist Tetsuo Mizù. Opening on 12 October and view through 1 December 2019, the exhibition will display his works since the 1990s. The opening reception will be held on 12 October, from 4 pm.

Mizù is widely celebrated for his visually captivating abstraction that brings together the geometrical shapes and layered of primary colour. Mizù’s paintings are precise compositions that its rational structure is composed of intuitive texture and dramatic brushstroke. A mysterious yet poetic language has been created through a combination of the shapes, colours, and patterns inspired by the International maritime signal flags. Decoding the meaning of words, Mizù speaks of his internal states and consciousness through pure colours and compositions. Cultural differences have then been transcended, reaching to an ideal harmonic utopia.

Mizù’s works reside in the permanent collections of St. Anne’s Church, Rome; Saint-Jean-d’Angély, Charente-Maritime; Olympic Winter Games, Nagano; Boat Race Toda, Toda; Otaki Herb Garden Hotel, Chiba; as well as Karuizawa New Art Museum, Karuizawa. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the Special Prize at the First Representation Art Concours in Anzio (1987) and Free Art Award (1973). He lives and works in Chiba, Japan.


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