Katsura Funakoshi

Dancing as a Pupa (Homage to the Dancer)

2001
Kampferholz farbig, Marmor, Stahl
97 x 84 x 80 cm

 

Preis auf Anfrage | price on request

Ohne Titel (DR 01 01)
2001
Bleistift auf Papier | pencil on paper

Zeichnung zur Skulptur | Drawing for the sculpture
107 x 89,5 cm/ 113,5 x 96 cm

Drawing No. 1111
2011
Öl und Bleistift auf Papier | oil and pencil on paper
54,6 x 39,6 cm/ 75 x 60 cm

Drawing No. 1105
2011
Bleistift und Wachskreide auf Papier | pencil and wax crayons on paper
89,6 x 91 cm/ 110 x 110,5 cm

After mirror reflecting fingers
1990, Ex. 1/35
Radierung | Etching
60 x 83 cm

Dancer-moon
1990, Ex. 1/30
Radierung | Etching
68 x 50,2 cm/105 x 80,5 cm

Qiet summer
1990, Ex. 1/30
Radierung | Etching
68 x 50,2 cm/105 x 80,5 cm

Carrying words
1993, Ex. 30/30
Radierung | Etching
44 x 37 cm

The guest of winter
1993, Ex. TPC
Farbradierung | Color etching
67 x 58 cm

Portrait of Mr. A
1993, Ex. 10/10
Lithografie | Litograph
93 x 75 cm

The mirrors in the distance
1993, Ex. 48/50
Lithografie | Litograph
93 x 75 cm

The frozen throat
1993, Ex. 45/50
Lithografie | Lithograph
76 x 56 cm

To the town of sleep

1993, Ex. 27/50
Lithografie | Lithograph
76 x 56 cm

Uncertain mirror
1994, Ex. 16/30
Lithografie | Lithograph
34,7 x 73,2 cm/ 64 x 91 cm

The words of winter
1997, Ex. 40/50
Holzschnitt | Woodcut
69,9 x 51,8 cm/ 80 x 60 cm

Dr 0619
2006
Kohle, Bleistift, Conté auf Papier | Charcoal, pencil, conté on paper
39,6 x 27 cm

Drawing 9916

1999
Bleistift auf Papier | pencil on paper
98 x 90 cm

DR 0424
1998
Kohle und Pastell auf Papier | Charcoal and pastels on paper
24,5 x 19,2 cm/ 49 x 43 cm

Biografie

Biography

1951

geboren in Morioka City, Iwate, Japan

1975

Abschluss an der Tokyo Zokei Universität im Studiengang Bildhauerei

1977

Abschluss des Meisterkurses an der Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music im Studiengang Bildhauerei

1984

Auszeichnung mit dem Oyama Prize for Excellence

1985 - 1986

Gastdozent an der Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

1986 - 1987

Aufenthalt in London / Stipendium der Agentur für kulturelle Angelegenheiten

1988

Teilnahme an der 43. Biennale von Venedig

1989 - 2000

Gastdozent an der Universität Tokio Zokei

1990 - 1991

Gastdozent an der Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

1991

Auszeichnung mit dem Ersten Takashimaya-Kunstpreis der Takashimaya
Kulturstiftung

1992

Teilnahme an der documenta IX in Kassel

1995

Verleihung des 26. Nakahara Teijiro Preises für herausragende Leistungen

1997

Verleihung des 18. Hirakushi Denchu Preises

2003

Verleihung des 33. Nakahara Teijiro Preises 

2009

ausgezeichnet mit dem 50. Mainichi Art Award

ausgezeichnet mit dem 59. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Award

2011

ausgzeichnet mit der Medal with Purple Ribbon

2023

ausgezeichnet mit dem 11. Enku Award

 

Gastprofessor an der Zokei-Universität in Tokio

lebt und arbeitet in Tokyo, Japan

Biografie

Biography

1951

born in Morioka City, Iwate, Japan

1975

graduated from Tokyo Zokei University in Sculpture

1977

completed Master Course at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in Sculpture

1984

awarded the Oyama Prize for Excellence

1985 - 1986

visiting Lecturer at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

1986 - 1987

stayed in London with a grant from the Agency for Cultural Affairs

1988

participation in the 43. Biennale in Venezia

1989 - 2000

visiting lecturer at Tokyo Zokei University

1990 - 1991

visiting lecturer at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

1991

awarded the First Takashimaya Art Award from the Takashimaya
Cultural Foundation

1992

participationin the documenta IX in Kassel

1995

awarded 26th Nakahara Teijiro Prize for Excellence

1997

awarded 18th Hirakushi Denchu Prize

2003

awarded 33rd Nakahara Teijiro Prize 

2009

awarded 50. Mainichi Art Award

awarded 59. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Award

2011

awarded Medal with Purple Ribbon

2023

awarded 11. Enku Award

 

visiting professor at Tokyo Zokei University 

lives and works in Tokyo

Einzelausstellungen (Auswahl)

Solo Exhibitions (selection)

2022

Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery, Osaka 

2020

„Katsura Funakoshi The Forest of Words“ Hongo Shin Memorial Museum of Sculpture, Sapporo, Hokkaido

„Exploring My Inner Fountain“ The Shoto Museum of Art, Tokyo

2019

Van Doren Waxter, New York

2016

Funakoshi Katsura: The Sphinx in Myself, Mie Prefectural Art Museum, Tsu, Japan

Katsura Funakoshi, Galerie Claude Bernard, Paris, France

2015

Katsura Funakoshi: Sculpture and Drawing, Galerie Albrecht, Berlin, Germany

Katsura Funakoshi, Museum Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany

2014

Drawings by Funakoshi Katsura, Ando Gallery, Tokio, Japan

2013

Ausstellungsname, Galerie, Ort, Land

2012

Suzaka Hanga Museum, Nagano, Japan

Menard Art Museum, Aichi, Japan

2011

Recent Sculptures and Drawings, Annely Juda Fine Art, London, UK

2010

Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

Katsura Funakoshi, Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, Japan

2008

Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

Katsura Funakoshi: New Sculpture, Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York, US

Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum, Tokio, Japan

Katsura Funakoshi, Ando Gallery, Tokio, Japan

Tohoku University of Art and Design, Yamagata, Japan

2007

Galley Art Composition, Tokio, Japan

2006

Cité Du Livre, Aix-en-Provence, France

Katsura Funakoshi: New Sculpture, Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

2005

Katsura Funakoshi. A Map of Time, Annely Juda Fine Art, London, UK

Tokyo Zokei University, Zokei Gallery, Tokio, Japan

2004

Drawings- Prints, Galerie Frank Schlag & Cie., Essen, Germany

Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokio, Japan

2003

Katsura Funakoshi Works: 1980-2003, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan

Gruppenausstellungen (Auswahl)

Group Exhibitions (selection)

2018

50 Years 50 Artists, Annely Juda Fine Art, London, UK

2016

„Porträt“, Galerie Frank Schlag & Cie., Essen, Germany

2015

40 Years plus, Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

2014

Nishimura Gallery 40th Anniversary Exhibition, Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

2013

„Contemporary Art from China, Japan & Korea“, Galerie Frank Schlag & Cie., Essen, Germany

Re: Quest –Japanese Contemporary Art since the 1970s, Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Corée, Tokio, Japan

Zokei University Museum / Gallery Saoh & Tomos, Tokio, Japan

Toward Holiness, The Museum of Modern Art, Ibaraki, Japan

Six Solo Exhibitions, The Bonds between us, Karuizawa New Art Museum, Nagano, Japan

2012

The Magic of Ceramics ~Artistic Inspiration, The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Shiga, Japan

The Story of Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokio, Japan

The Power of Japanese Contemporary Sculpture, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

When to Be Free, Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art, Okayama, Japan

The Power of Three-dimensional Shape, Sapporo Art Museum, Sapporo, Japan

2011

I wanna hold you! Modern Japanese Wood Sculpture: 19th century-, Takaoka Art Museum / Hekinan City, Takaoka, Japan

Released from the Procession, Gallery Saoh, Tokio, Japan

Graphics, Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

2010

Nobuyoshi Araki and Katsura Funakoshi “An Image of Love Supreme”, Takahashi Collection, Hibiya, Tokio, Japan

2009

35th Anniversary: Seven, Nishimura Gallery, Tokio, Japan

Hundred Stories about Love, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan

2008

Self / Other, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokio, Japan

Form from Warmth of the Wood and Play, Nerima Art Museum, Nerima City, Tokio, Japan

DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow, The National Art Center, Tokio, Japan

Inspiration from Buddha sculpture, Kodaira Hirakushi Denchu Art Museum, Kodaira, Tokio, Japan

2007

Vital Signs: Reality of nine contemporary artists, Yokosuka Museum of Art, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan

Forest of the 20th Century Art, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Nagoya, Japan

2005

Katsura Funakoshi Ernst Barlach: A Map of the Time, Ernst Barlach Haus, Hamburg, Germany

2004

Time of My Life, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokio, Japan

Art in Wood, Gunma Museum of Art, Tatebayashi, Gunma, Japan

2003

Yasutake Funakoshi and His Family, Morioka Takuboku and Kenji Museum, Morioka, Japan

The Presents from the Artists, Niigata City Art Museum, Niigata, Japan

2002

Sculptors of Eastern Japan, Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokio, Japan

Beauty of Tohoku, Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukushima, Japan

2001

Between Earth and Heaven, Museum of Modern Art, Ostende, Belgium

2000

Expo 2000 Hannover, Pavilion of the Holy Sea, Hannover, Germany

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