Katsuro Yoshida, Katsuhiko Narita / Colors
[Image: Katsuhiko Narita, ‘Untitled’, circa 1969 ⓒThe Estate of Katsuhiko Narita, Courtesy of Yumiko Chiba Associates / CAVE-AYUMI GALLERY]
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“Katsuro Yoshida, Katsuhiko Narita / Colors” is a new, in-depth exploration of the work of Katsuro Yoshida (1943–1999) and Katsuhiko Narita (1944–1992) based on the theme of color and focusing primarily on drawings. Katsuro Yoshida and Katsuhiko Narita studied oil painting at Tama Art University’s Faculty of Art and Design at around the same time, both also turning out prodigious volumes of work from soon after graduation (in 1968 for Yoshida, 1969 for Narita). The exhibition explores the works of Yoshida and Narita around Mono-ha. For both, their activities during this period, now positioned within the Mono-ha movement, were definitive experiences for artists starting out in their early twenties.