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Kazumasa Mizokami

1958 Arita, Japan

4 Works exhibited

Current location

Milan

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Kazumasa Mizokami is a Japanese Asian Modern & Contemporary artist who was born  Arita in Japan, in 1958. In 1982 he moved to Mexico, where he taught sculpture until 1987. In 1988 he moved to Italy. In 1992 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. He currently lives and works in Milan.

The artistic project of Mizokami is built in an exemplary way, not only to illustrate the theme of nature, flowers, spring, that is, the life that rises periodically every year, but also to show how many plant foods are not only useful for the purpose food but can be seen as extraordinary and poetic forms.

SOLO SHOWS

1995
Franco Toselli Gallery / Milan
1996
Studio Gallery of Art Barnabò / Venice
1997
Galleria Arte 3 / Trieste (text in the catalog of Victoria Coen)
Sio Gallery / Barcelona Spain
1998
Galleria Cà di Frà / Milan
Galleria Fabbrica Eos / Milan (text in the catalog by Chiro Tanaka)
1999
Proposte d’Arte / Legnano Gallery
2000
He creates a monumental sculpture for the Osaka municipality, Galleria Col / Osaka Japan
2001
Effevalente Gallery / Lecco
E-studio gallery / Pieve di Cadore
Art Gallery 3 / Trieste
Galleria Cà di Frà / Milan
2002
Franco Toselli Gallery / Milan (written in the catalog by Franco Toselli)
2003
Gangurinn / Reykjavik Gallery, Iceland
2004
Cloister of Sant 'Agostino, Sala della Grace / Pietrasanta (text in the catalog by Maurizio Sciaccaluga and interview by Norma Mangione), in collaboration with Galleria Della Pina Contemporary Art.
2005
Galleria Cà di Frà / Milan
2006
Gallery Col / Osaka, Japan
2007
Franco Toselli Gallery / Milan (monograph with text by Elena Pontiggia)
2008
Gallery of Art / Legnano proposals
Victor Savvedra Gallery / Barcarola, Spain (catalog text by Jaume Vidal)
2009
Artema / Modena Gallery (text in the catalog by Cristina Fiordimela)
2010
Franco Toseli / Bolzano Gallery (at the KunStart 10 fair)
Galleria L’incontro / Chiari (text in the catalog by Ivan Quaroni)
2011
Visconti fine art / Ljubljana, Slovenia (texts in the catalog of Ziva)
2012
Gallery Col / Osaka, Japan
2013 Botanical Center / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli) and periodically every year, but also to show how many plant foods are not only useful for food but can be seen as extraordinary and poetic forms.

 

GROUP SHOWS (Selected)

1993
"Presences" Castle of Umbertide / Perugia (edited by Enrico Mascelloni)
1994
"The collective" Galleria Franco Toselli / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
1995
"Quattro Gatti" Eva Mencio / Turin Gallery (curated by Filino Fosatti)
1996
"Lodi all'Arte" Museum of Lodi / Lodi (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Leda e il cigno" Alberto Weber / Turin Gallery (curated by Alberto Weber)
"Six windows" Studio Viafarini 35 / Milan (edited by Franco Toselli)
"Beyond the ceramic" Municipal Museum of Sassuolo / Sassuolo (curated by Betta Frigeri)
"Mostra d’Adda" Castle of Corneliano Bertari / Corneliano (edited by Franco Toselli)
1997 
"Portofranco" Living Art Gallery / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Portofranco" Galleria Alter / Torino (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Artists at the Tondini" Hippodrome of San Siro / Milan (curated by Gianfranco Pedrazzini)
1998
"Candles without window" Galleria Fabbrica Eos / Milan (curated by Gianfranco Pedrazzini)
"Midnight" Art Gallery 3 / Milan (curated by Paolo Bonzano)
"Richard Bosman, Kazumasa, Nicola De Maria, Mario Merz" Cà di Frà Gallery / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
1999
“Portofranco” Galleria Cà di Frà / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Babel-Foreign Artists in Milan" MIART / Milan (edited by Filippo Daverio)
"Tanaka - Kazumasa" Cà di Frà / Milan Gallery (curated by Franco Toselli)
2000
"Portofranco" Gallery Betta Frigeri / Sassuolo (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Portofranco" Cà di Frà / Milan Gallery (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Terra Terra!" Convento dei Cappuccini / Caraglio (curated by Andrea Busto)
2001
"Two Personal" ARTISSIMA / Torino (edited by Claudio Composti)
"Ultra Colpi" Church and Cloister of S. Agostino / Pietrasanta (curated by Maurizio Sciaccaluga)
"Portofranco" Simonis Gallery / Paris (curated by Franco Toselli)
2002
"Egg" Gallery in Arco / Turin (edited by Norma Mangione)
"Portofranco" Gallery O 'Artoteca / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
2003
"Forever Young" Gallery Studio G7 / Bologna (curated by Ginevra Grigolo)
"Quasiarte" Franco Toselli Gallery / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
"XS" ​​San Salvatore / Modena Gallery (curated by Norma Mangione)
2004
"Cacao" The Ancient Cloisters / Turin (edited by Norma Mangione)
"I REMEMBER" Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery / Turin (edited by Norma Mangione)
"Coppi a Picasso" Franco Toselli Gallery / Milan (curated by Franco Toselli)
2005
"Portofranco" Gallery MY COLLECTION / Verona (curated by Franco Toselli)
"Affinitès" Saline Royale / Le pavè dans la mare Francia
2006
"Giant Slalom" Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery / Turin
"IDEAS" East End Studio 76 / Milan
"Vespa Italian art" Church of Sant'Agosto / Pietrasanta (curated by Valerio Dehò)
2007
"The Promised Land" Ermanno Tedeschi Gallery / Rome
"Time" Gallery Col / Osaka Japan (edited by Okuno)
2008
"Kazumasa Mizokami and Ricardo Gusmaroli" Galleria Ermanno Tedeschi / Rome
"The vase of the Pandora" Armory Gallery (curated by Valerio Dehò)
"Potafranco" Franco Toselli Gallery / Milan
"Ricardo Gusmaroli and Kazumasa Mizokami" Galleria Ermanno Tedeschi / Turin
2009
"Mathematics and Art" / Fiera di Primiero (curated by Cristina Fiordimela and Domenico Lini)
"WAKE UP!" / The white gallery (by Giovanni Policastro) / Milan
"In the round" / Galleria Paola Verrengia / Salerno
2010
"Four staff" / PROARTA Gallery / Zurich
"Free Port" / Galleria Toselli / Milan
2011
"Time 2" Gallery Col / Osaka / Japan
2012
"Four Artists" / PROARTA Gallery / Zurich
"Acquarello Hotel" / Galleria Toselli / Milan
2013
Fiato di artista" / Galleria Toselli
"ART AND FAITH" / Galleria Melesi / Lecco
2014
"Elogia della levità" / Philippine villa - Besana in Brianza (curated by Ivan Quaroni)

Works by Kazumasa Mizokami

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2019

16 x 23.5 x 2.5 cm

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2019

16 x 23.5 x 3.5 cm

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