Whitestone Gallery Tokyo is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Tetsuo Mizù.
Speaking of Mizù, his ‘flag series’ combined with the alphabets of “International maritime signal flags” spring to our mind; its unique texture derived from vivid color compositions and exquisite drawing techniques, which simultaneously hint at Japanese traditional aesthetics, has been highly acclaimed in Western art scene since 1980s.
This exhibition showcases circa 30 works reflected on the artist’s poetical sensibility to the fullest: among them, brand-new works inspired by the legendary musicians will be focused.
We sincerely look forward to welcoming you.

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5-1-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

Tel: +81 (0)3 3574 6161

Opening Hours: 11:00 - 19:00
Closed: Monday

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Mizù creates the design following the title of the work with combining international maritime signal flags. Flag series puts him in the limelight in 1980's. Spends his time in Italy, France and Spain and exhibits the works across the borders of countries. Receives special prize at the First Representational Art Concours in Anzio and installs stained glass at St. Anna Church in Lavino, Rome in 1987. He is invited to the multiple exhibitions including Chagall, Dali, Picasso, Melois and Mizù (Barcelona, Spain) in 1989 and the joint exhibition with Dali (Beaune, France) in 1990: it shows how high he has been acclaimed in Europe. Although his matte and full-brimmed texture divided by extra-fine lines represent the modern abstract, it is sometimes drawn an affinity with Ukiyo-e. His works are introduced at the art fairs such as Art Basel (Basel, Switzerland), FIAC (Paris, France), Art Rio (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and more.
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