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Things Tell: Still Life in Modern Japan
2016, 159pages, 2,700yen
Still life, depicting things that are close to our lives, was a subject matter of which permitted the maximum freedom to artists. In end of Edo Period toward Meiji thereafter in Japan, still life works of items far remote from sensible and ordinary images were also made. In this catalog, 97 works of still life are introduced in three chapters, In the first chapter, "Singing Skelton," the second chapter, "Shinny Apples" and the third chapter, "Missing Handle" the daring attempts of the artists are being examined.

Fukuoka Art Museum Series 6 - The Corpus of Group Kyushu-ha
2015, 329pages, 4,320yen
This publication comprises art activities and the works of Avant-garde art group, “Kyushu-ha” that was born postwar Fukuoka. The out of print catalog (1988) “Kyushu-ha Exhibition – Anti-art Project” content was reprinted and there are symposiums and other materials newly recorded as well as a major literary list and the Hara reference materials (Official magazine, “Kyushu-ha” and flyers as such) are all printed in this publication. It is vade mecum for those avant-garde art researchers.

The 50th Fukuoka City Art Competition
2016, 102 pages, 1,000yen
It is organized by Fukuoka City which consisting of seven categories of Western style painting, Japanese-style painting, sculpture, calligraphy, applied arts, photography and design. It is intended for the residents of Fukuoka metropolitan area and within the city limits as well as for commuting of workers or students. The work plates that received special awards and the ones who made entry as well as a list of prize winners and selection and commentary on the works by the judges from each category are printed. Only in Japanese.

The 49th Fukuoka City Art Competition
2015, 47 pages, 1,000yen
It is organized by Fukuoka City which consisting of seven categories of Western style painting, Japanese-style painting, sculpture, calligraphy, applied arts, photography and design. It is intended for the residents of Fukuoka metropolitan area and within the city limits as well as for commuting of workers or students. The work plates that received special awards and the ones who made entry as well as a list of prize winners and selection and commentary on the works by the judges from each category are printed. Only in Japanese.

IKIRO - Be Alive Museum
Takahiro Suzuki

2014, 32 pages, 540yen
The artist Takahiro Suzuki continues to write gIkiroh. It is a compiled pamphlet of his documentary photos of the gIkiro Projecth as well as his recent paintings, gSunday Painting Seriesh. It is being published alongside with the exhibition held at the museum. This publication, which the artist himself designed and edited shows the fruit of his efforts straightforwardly and reveal the essence of art through his steady art activities. In two languages, Japanese and English.

The Art of Tohl Narita
(The Collected Works of Tohl Narita)
2014, 400 pages, 5,400yen published by Hadori Bookstore
Tohl Narita (1929 - 2002) from Aomori Prefecture, is a sculptor.@But in the field of art, he is also widely well-known in the world of special effects in Japan, as he designed monsters and aliens that appeared in the special effects programs, gUltraman.h However, his group of works, filled with superb formative sense, remained unrecognized for a long time. In this catalog, the 515 works of Narita are printed, and it is an official catalog for the exhibition, "Tohl Narita - Art /Special Effects/Monstersh held at the Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, the Fukuoka Art Museum and the Aomori Museum of Art in 2014 - 1015. Only in Japanese.

The 48th Fukuoka City Art Competition
2014, 47 pages, 1,000yen
It is organized by Fukuoka City which consisting of seven categories of Western-style painting, Japanese-style painting, sculpture, calligraphy, applied arts, photography and design. It is intended for the residents of Fukuoka metropolitan area and within the city limits as well as for commuting of workers or students. The work plates that received special awards and the ones who made entry as well as a list of prize winners and selection and commentary on the works by the judges from each category are printed. Only in Japanese.

IN SEARCH OF CRITICAL IMAGINATION
2014, 178pgs, 1,800yen
The catalog is of a group exhibition consisting of new installations by the six up-and-coming artists: Tetsuro Kano, Naho Kawabe, Yasuaki Ohnishi, Aiko Tezuka, Takayuki Yamamoto and Terue Yamauchi. In addition to introducing the exhibition documented in 16 pages of full color of each artist, a newly written essay, "Re-Imagining the World" by Tessa Morris-Suzuki along with an essay by the curator in charge of the exhibition, and the essays about the artists are printed. Photo by Shintaro Yamanaka, Designed by Shunsuke Onaka (Calamari Inc.).
Bi-lingual in Japanese and English

Posthumous 50 Years - Ueda Usaburo
Toward another Dimension

2013, 63pgs, 1,500yen
The catalog commemorates posthumous 50 years of Ueda Usaburo (1912 ` 1964), a Japanese-style painter who continued progressive attempts in art in Fukuoka. He began to distinguish himself by depicting pictures of beautiful women with such a superb ability, and postwar, he reached his own intrinsic method of abstract painting that are also reflected in this catalog. His forty nine representative works, and forty one reference images, in addition to the excerpt of his writings, his diary which he recorded for seventeen years (January 1, 1947 ` January 29, 1964) as well as his chronology and an essay are printed. His diary in its entirety in CD is attached

From Modern to Contemporary
The Masters of Japanese-style Painting

2012, 152pgs, 2,000yen
This is a catalog that reflects upon the history of the Japan Art Institute established by Okakura Tenshin in 1898. It encompasses the masters in the pioneer period such as Hishida Shunso, Yokoyama Taikan and Shimomura Kanzan, the unique artists of the reestablishment period of the Japan Art Institute that include Imamura Shiko and Hayami Gyoshu, the representative artists of the Institute in the Showa Era; Kyobayashi Kokei, Yasuda Yukihiko and Kokura Yuki are also introduced as well as Hirayama Ikuo who inherited the ideal of Tenshin in light of the cultural property protection movement.
In addition to two essays, related articles on the venue of the Fukuoka Exhibition held in 1899 for the Japan Art Institute are also compiled in an enriched publication.

Artist in Fukuoka in the 21 st Century vol. 10
SUZUKI Atsushi Exhibition g Not Nothing Hereh

2012 , 56pages, 1,500yen
This is a documentation of the exhibits for the newest installation, gNot Nothing Hereh by Atsushi Suzuki, an artist who is residing in Kita-Kyushu City , and complimented by the films on his major activities from 1995 to the present. It is the condensed publication of Suzuki's expressions of installations, performances, films and photography using various techniques which he continues to release.
It is bi-lingual in Japanese and English.

KIKUHATA Mokuma Postwar/Paintings
2011, 416pages, 4,320yen
It is a catalog of multiple awards; the 53th Mainichi Art Prize (Kikuhata Mokuma), the 23th Ringa Art Encouragement Prize (Yamaguchi Yozo, Nonaka Akira) and the Japan Association of Art Museums the Catalogue and Article Awards ( Fukuoka Art Museum , Nagasaki Prefectural Museum of Art). Full-color plates of all the 323 exhibits at the Fukuoka / Nagasaki venues are printed. Comprehensive references in detailed chronology, a bibliography list, synopses of all literary works and documented photos of the works that have disappeared are also included. It is bi-lingual in Japanese and English . In addition, a long interview with a total of 71 pages is documented (Japanese language only).
Grambooks can be found at: http://www.grambooks.jp/
*This catalog is also available at major book stores.

Artist in Fukuoka in the 21st Century Vol. 9
OURA Kokoro - Interweaving

2011, p.48, 1,500yen
I, who am drawing and I, who am looking. The artist OURA Kokoro continues to investigate the body, work and space through paintings. In addition to the exhibition record of the newly released works, the catalog reflects upon her art achievements with the plates and references. Bi-lingual in Japanese and English

Chagall-Encounter with Russian Avant-Garde
The Intertwined Dreams and Avant-Garde

2010, 197pages, 2,200yen
Carefully selected, approximately 70 works of the Chagall Collection from Centre Pompidou, Paris are introduced in this catalog. It traces his art achievements throughout his entire life, from his early works painted in the Saint-Petersburg era to the works that were made in his later years in Southern France . It also introduces approximately 40 works by great masters of Russian avant-garde who were active in the contemporary era. All works are in full-color with explanations.
Data of works, some essays partially translated in French.

TOMITA Keisen
Commemorating the 130th Anniversary of His Birth

2009, 234pages, 2,500yen
The Japanese-style painter Tomita Keisen of Hakata who studied painting in Kyoto and was commended by Yokoyama Taikan, was active in the Saiko-inten Exhibitions. His works, with the characteristics of free-spirited brush strokes and vividly elegant colors, emitted the brilliance in the Japanese art circle from the Taisho to Showa Periods. This exhibition catalog is compiled of 134 works from Tomita's early period to the late period, with a biography and a bibliographical list that unique oeuvres are comprehensively introduced. English given for data of works and other information.

The Artists in Fukuoka in the 21st Century bis 2009
2009, 28pages, 1,050yen
This catalog introduces the series exhibition organized and aimed to support the young generation of artists who are active in Fukuoka and it is intended to vitalize the art scene. The exhibition is of three artists' new works: Tohyama Hirotaka Nakazaki Hiroyuki and Hiraoka Masaya. In two languages, Japanese and English.

Artist in Fukuoka in the 21st Century Vol. 8 - WADA Chiaki "The Art of Different Abilities X - Prayer"
2008, 64pages, 1,500yen
The artist Wada Chiaki in Fukuoka City has been unfolding "The Art of Different Abilities" since 1992 and this time marks the 10th exhibition with newly released works. Not only Wada's exhibits but also the documents of his released works in the past, are introduced. English given for data of works and other information.

YOKOYAMA Taikan Exhibition
2006,194pages, 2,300yen
It plainly introduces the life of Yokoyama Taikan (1868 - 1958), the most prominent modern Japanese-style painter, and 62 of his masterpieces. Especially the plates utilize portion of pictures, and the episode on the people who surrounded and portraits. The diversified content is edited for easy reading. Only in Japanese.

MINIMAL MAXIMAL
2001, 381pgs, 2,100yen
This catalog introduces the representative works of minimal art and the works of the artists who were active under the influence of it in the 1990s. Trilingual catalog in Japanese, German and English.

Art in Flux III NEO-DADA witnessed: Photo Documents
1993, 80 pages, 1,000 yen
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