artists

松田重仁

MATSUDA SHIGEHITO
sculpture
profile
1959
山形県に生まれる
1984
多摩美術大学大学院修了
1980
《'81特選/'01安田火災美術財団奨励賞/'04会員推挙》
1981
瀧冨士美術賞受賞
1985
東北現代美術協会展'02まで(山形美術館)
1986
浜松町東芝ビル彫刻展(東京)
1987
ギャラリー山口(東京)/ 彫刻動物園(栃木県立美術館)/ みちのくの造形(宮城県美術館)
1988
昭樹会(三越本店/東京)/ 現代木刻フェスティバル(岐阜)
1991
韓・日現代作家展「風の予感」(韓国長安美術館)
1992
For oneself’92シンポジウム(山形)
1993
日本と海外 現代作家タピストリーと彫刻展(草月会館/東京)
1994
コンテンポラリーアートIN YAMAGA(二宮美術館/大分)
1995
未来のノスタルジー(山形美術館/山形)
1995
現代アートの彫刻展Inj城下町(城内小学校/神奈川)
1996
13+13(スロベニア)/ 木の造形旭川大賞展(旭川美術館/北海道)
1997
日本橋高島屋(東京)《'98.'01.'03.'06も開催》
1999
東大小児科めだかの学校と新進気鋭の作家たち(SPACE K・YAJIMA GALERIE )
2000
幻想庭園と木彫アート展(ダイナシティ/神奈川)
2001
木との語らい(聖路加国際病院/東京)
2003
日比谷公園100年記念事業「流木アート」(日比谷公園/東京)
2003
越後妻有アートトリエンナーレ(新潟)/野外造形展(昭和記念公園/東京)
2004
第23回損保ジャパン美術財団選抜奨励展新作秀作賞受賞(東京)
2007
現代彫刻美術館「松田重仁展」/東京都目黒区
2010
台湾&日本国際木彫芸術交流展(台湾) 神戸アートマルシェ2010(兵庫)
2011
韓国清州国際彫刻シンポジウム(韓国)
2013
韓日選抜現代美術作家展(韓国)
2015
越後妻有アートトリエンナーレ(新潟)他


《コレクション》
山形市役所/寒河江市ハートフルセンター/ファーレ立川/江戸川区総合区民ホール/多摩区総合庁舎/現代彫刻美術館/福島第2原子力発電所/慈恵会医科大学/茅ヶ崎市立病院/安田女子大学/国土交通省/代官山アドレス/関西電力本社/白金アエルシティ/東海大付属病院/山形空港ビル その他

松田重仁展 Matsuda Shigehito Exhibition at WATERMARK
2016年 5/27(金)-6/5(日)12:00-18:30 最終日17:00


*3年に1度の世界国際芸術祭「大地の芸術祭 越後妻有アートトリエンナーレ」(2015.7/26-9/13)にて、恒久設置作品「円-縁-演」がリニューアルされて展示中。まつだい「農舞台」の広場と裏山に設置されています。
http://www.echigo-tsumari.jp/
works
muso_S
mizuno-nakano-taiyo_S
minamo_S
seimeino-kaze_S
tenkuno-hana_S
hana_S


“Transmigration of water”
inspires me with a sense of life. The process of water circulation from clouds to land, to the ocean, and then back to the clouds is the symbol of airiness, or “releasing from the gravity”, and is also the symbol of powerful life stream.
As Ancient Greek philosopher Thales, for example, asserted water to be the principle of all things, I can feel the energy of life from water.
When I was young, I could learn the meaning of life from Soichi Hakozaki (1928-1988), a prominent psychologist. And since then, I have been creating sculptures with the sense of “water transmigration”.
Now I seek to associate the sense of water with the Japanese aesthetic cultivated in the Muromachi and the Momoyama periods, and hope that those sensitivities will lead me to new ideas and fields of the contemporary sculpture.


MATSUDA Shigehito CV 1984 M.A. in Fine Arts, Tama Art University

His History of Art, Exhibition and Award
Nika Art Exhibition (1980-2013), won the special prize in 1981, Yasuda Kasai Fine Art Foundation Outstanding and Rising Artists Award (2001)
International TAKIFUJI Art Award (1981)
International Wood Sculpture Symposium 1984 in Yugoslavia
Tohoku Modern Art Associational Exhibit (1985-2002)
Gallery “Yamaguchi” in Tokyo (1987)
Sculpture Zoo at Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts (1987)
“The Tohoku Image ? Michinoku Design and Art” at the Miyagi Museum of Art (1987)
Exhibit at Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Takashimaya “Sho-ju Kai” (1988)
Modern Wood Carving Festival in Japan (1988)
Modern Art Exhibit “Kaze no Yokan(風の予感)” by Korean and Japanese artist in Jangan Museum, Korea (1991)
“Contemporary Artist, Sculpture and Tapestry” at Sogetsu Gallery, Tokyo (1993)
“Contemporary Art in Yamaga” at Ninomiya Museum, Oita (1994)
“Future of Nostalgia” at Yamagata Museum, Yamagata (1995)
Modern Art and Sculpture Exhibit in “Castle Town”, Kanagawa (1995)
“13+13” in Slovenia (1996)
The Asahikawa Prize for Contemporary Wood Art at Asahikawa Museum, Hokkaido (1996)
Exhibit at Nihonbashi ? Takashimaya, Tokyo (1997, also in 1998, 2001, 2003, and 2006)
“Fantasy Garden and Art Exhibition of Wood Sculptures” at Dynacity, Kanagawa (2000)
collaborated with “Dream of A Chair Project(いすのゆめ)” at Kajo Central, Yamagata (2000)
“The talking with the wood” Exhibition at the Saint Luke’s international Hospital, Tokyo (2001)
Driftwood Art for Centennial Affair Project of Hibiya Park, Tokyo (2003)
Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial 2003, Niigata (2003)
Outdoor Art Exhibition at Showa Commemorative National Government Park, Tokyo (2003)
Won the “Outstanding Rising Artists Award” founded by Sompo Japan, Tokyo (2004)
Solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Sculpture, Tokyo (2007)
Cultural Exchange Exhibition of Wood Sculpture between Japan and Taiwan (2008)
Kobe Art Marche 2010, Hyogo (2010)
International Sculpture Symposium in Cheongju, Korea (2011)
Korea and Japan International Exhibition Of Contemporary Art, Korea (2013)
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