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Kei Hasegawa>Flower bud II

  • Flower bud II, 2018Sold
  • Bamboo (Madake)
    H 56 x 36 x 29 cm
  • One bud came out in my garden. This bud seems full of conviction to complete its life without any doubts. The strength and the beauty of this bud is the central motif of "Flower Bud Ⅱ".
Kei Hasegawa
Biography
1986
Born in Kanagawa, Japan
2007
Graduated from Craft Arts Course, Traditional Arts Super College of Kyoto
2008
Traditional Craft Products Industry Promotion Association Chairman’s Award, 12th Graduation Exhibition, Traditional Arts Super College of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
2009
Graduated from Advanced Special Study Course, Specialized in Bamboo Arts, Traditional Arts Super College of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
2009-11
Technical Skill Instructor of bamboo craft arts in Venezuela as a member of Japan International Cooperation Agency
2013-14
Clerical staff, Japan International Cooperation Agency
2014
Judging Committee’s Special Award,19th Japan Bamboo Arts Exhibition, Tochigi, Japan
2015
New Wave: Oita Bamboo Art exhibition, Beppu City Museum, Oita, Japan
Japanese Bamboo and the World Expo: A Century of Discovery exhibition, Japanese Friendship Garden San Diego, USA
20th Anniversary Special Award, 20th Japan Bamboo Arts Exhibition, Tochigi, Japan
2016
38rd Japan New Craft Arts Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan
37th Kyushu New Craft Arts Exhibition, Fukuoka, Japan
2017
39th Japan New Craft Arts Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan
Kumamoto Prefecture Governor Award, 38th Kyushu New Craft Arts Exhibition, The Kyushu Ceramic Museum, Saga, Japan
Grand Prize, 22nd Japan Bamboo Arts Exhibition, Tochigi, Japan
The 4th Reorganized New Nitten, The Japan Fine Arts Exhibition, The National Art Center Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Oita Bamboo Art - 50 years of history and future prospects, Beppu City Traditional Bamboo Crafts Center, Oita, Japan
2018 -19
Japon-Japonismes, Objets inspirés 1867-2018, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France
2019
Next Generation, Beppu City Traditional Bamboo Crafts Center, Oita, Japan
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