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Japanese, 20th century, male.

Draughtsman, poster artist, graphic designer, sculptor.

Op Art.

Fukuda Shigeo is an international figure. He exhibits frequently, receiving numerous awards. He first exhibited in France in 1992, at the Quimper Contemporary Art Centre, and later at the Echirolles Mois du gra­phisme exhibition. Working in the tradition of Escher, he has become a master of illu­sionism. Drawings and objects can immediately be seen in two ways, familiar and disturbing, even absurd or impossible. His outlines, his even style of drawing, his flat colours all contribute to this visual tension....


Janet Koplos

Japanese sculptor and installation artist. A Tokyo-based graphic-design graduate of Tama Art University, Tokyo (1992), Suda briefly worked in the design field. Exposed to wood-carving in art school, he began to use both traditional Japanese techniques and those of his own devising and to present his work in unconventional installations....


Wu Hao  

Chinese, 20th century, male.

Born 1931, in Nanjing.

Painter, sculptor, engraver (wood), graphic designer.

Wu Hao was a member of many associations, including the Association of Oriental Painting and the Modern Graphic Society of China among others. He took part in exhibitions in China, Taiwan and Europe, including, notably, the Exhibition of International Artists in Italy, and won many prizes. He often combines western techniques with subjects from Chinese folklore....