■Exhibition “WOOD LIKE”
Mokuhanga is primarily known for its elaborate traditional techniques. Modern artists, however, apply the technique of Mokuhanga to their works in various ways. It looks like literally “so many men, so many minds”.
This exhibition was planned and organized by Misaki Oguro, and 3 artists (Misaki Oguro, Alberto Nieto and Kei Yamazaki) took part in it. They value works as well as their time and act of production.
■Workshop ” Mokuhanga using a Smartphone”
In these days you can take, edit and process photo, not using a special program on PC, but using only your smart phone. In this workshop the participants learned an easy way of processing images. They made Mokuhanga prints using the processed images as designs.
■Symposium “Talking about the future of Mokuhanga”
Mokuhanga is familiar to Japanese people, thus they have stereotyped view of Mokuhanga and aren`t interested in it. We discussed about further development of Mokuhanga.
NPO International Mokuhaga Association Japan
Graduated from Kyoto Seika University, Media Creation Department, Printmaking Cource;
Finished Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School, Painting Course
Finished Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School, Printmaking Course
Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University
2003-2005 Royal College of Art, London GB (MA Fine Art, Printmaking)
1998-2002 Musashino Art University, Tokyo JP (BA Fine Art, Painting and Printmaking)
2019-Lecturer at Tama Art University, Tokyo JP
2017-Instructor at EAST TOKYO MOKUHANGA STUDIO, Tokyo JP
2014-2016 Instructor at MI-LAB, Lake Kawaguchi JP
2011-2014 Lecturer at Musashino Art University, Tokyo JP
2014-2016 M.F.A. in Printmaking, Musashino Art University,
2017 Jurors’ Award/ Open Call Exhibition “International Mokuhanga Conference 2017” ‒ HAWAII
Exhibition “Discipline & Sensibility” /University of Hawaii Manoa Art Building,
NPO IMA Japan
3331 Arts Chiyoda B109,6-11-14 Sotokanda Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 102-0021
3331Arts Chiyoda、Chiyoda City, Tokyo
Exhibition “WOOD LIKE” CfSHE Gallery,
Workshop ” Mokuhanga using a smartphone” B111
Symposium “Talking about the future of Mokuhanga” B105