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Yozo Hamaguchi

| Japan |

Born in Wakayama | 1909 – 2000

We present artworks signed by Yozo Hamaguchi included in the collection of MoCA:
Roofs in Paris, 1956, mezzotint on paper, a.p., 39 х 28см. | Cherry, 1962, mezzotint on paper, a.p., 57 х 38cm | Two Cherries, 1958, mezzotint on paper, a.p., 38 х 29cm | Glass Dish, 1963, mezzotint on paper, a.p., 57 х 38,5cm

| Japan |

Born in Tokyo in 1952.

We present artwork signed by Tatsuya Matsumoto included in the collection of MoCA:
Untitled 2, 1980, silkscreen on paper, a.p., 78x103cm

| Japan |

Born in Тоkio, Japan. | 1900 – 1979

We present artwork signed by Sofu Teshigahara included in the collection of MoCA:
Victory, 1966, wood, tin, 120 х 100 х 60сm

Kobe, Japan 1919 – 1996

Black Mass, 1964

lithograph, a.p., 75,5 x 57 cm

 

Kumi Sugai lived and worked as a painter, sculptor, and printmaker in Paris since 1952. He started print-making in the 1960s, which became a major part of his oeuvre. He produced some 400 prints during his lifetime. At that time his style showed a major change when he adopted ‘hard-edge’ geometric imagery in contrast to the previous oriental calligraphy-influenced brush-like style. In 1996, Sugai returned to Japan to receive the Shiju-Hosho prize, awarded by the Emperor of Japan to individuals with high cultural merit. He died in Kobe on May 14 of that same year. His work is shown in major museums worldwide.

| Korea |

Born in Kyoto in 1937.

 

Space 743, 1974

silkscreen on paper, 36 х 80cm

| Japan |

Born in Ibaraki in 1931.

We present artwork signed by Ay – O included in the collection of MoCA:
70 Graduation of Rainbows, 1984, silkscreen on paper, a