1971

born in Toyama, Japan

 

1991

lives and works in Budapest, Hungary

 

1992- 1998

Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest / painting department, MKE master degree. Master: Zoltán Tölg-Molnár

 

1995-2006

member of the Studio of Young Artists’ Association (SYAA)

 

1996

„96 Merzweckbau” Intermediales Symposium, Schrattenberg, Austria

 

1998-

member of the Hungarian: Association of Hungarian Creative Artists (MAOE)

 

AWARDS AND HONORS

 

1998

BauMaxx prize, Budapest

 

1996

2nd prize „Debrecen Summer Exhibition of Millecentenarium”, Debrecen

 

1994-1995

IX. Holbein Scholoership, Tokyo

 

1994

3rd prize „The Budapest Bank Watercolors Competition”, Budapest

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)

 

2020

UN, 1111 Gallery, Budapest

2019

Iron Sea, EYA Gallery, Niigata

Silence After The Waves - with Ono Yoko, YBL Creative House, Budapest

2017

Rain, EYA Gallery, Niigata

Melting on Surface, Polish Institute/Platan Gallery (with Basia Gorska), Budapest

Wild Lines, Gakei Gimlet SAAS, Kyoto

2016

Diary, B24 Gallery, Debrecen

„Never Enough”, AQB Project Space, Budapest

 

2015

„Words on Canvas”, ENA Viewing Space, Budapest (curated by Peter Bencze)  

 

„TESLA”, Kiscell Museum, Budapest (curated by Magoldna Simon, Peter Bencze)

 

„Total Target”, ENA Viewing Space, Vienna (curated by Peter Bencze)

 

2014

„FLOW”, Everybody Needs Art Temporary Gallery, Budapest (curated by Peter Bencze)

 

„SUMI-E”, ENA Viewing Space, Budapest (curated by Peter Bencze)

 

2012

„Eastern dialogue”, B55 Contemporary Gallery, Budapest (with Mammikon Yengibarian)

 

2011

Hungarian National Theatre, Budapest

 

2010

„Collected works” Art Center Miskolc, Miskolc (curated by Zsolt Kishonti)

 

2009

„Abstract reality” K.A.S. Gallery, Budapest

 

2008

„My Petals III” Gallery Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

„My Petals IV” K.A.S. Gallery, Budapest

 

„Works on Paper” Lux Gallery. Budapest

 

2007

„Breathless” Gallery Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

„Szirmaim II” NES Gallery, Budapest

 

2006

„Transit”, Narita Airport Gallery, Narita, Japan

 

„Tranzit” K.A.S. Gallery, Budapest

 

2005

„Water as personal memory”,Gallery, Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

2004

„Between coldness and warmness”, Gallery Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

2002

„Hantoumaku (Semipermeable membrane)” Gallery Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

2001

„36.4 °C ” Gallery Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

1999

„Beyond the Certain Term”, Gallery Fukuyama, Tokyo

 

1997

Gallery Gmund, Gmund, Austria

 

1996

City Gallery, Nyíregyháza, Hungary

 

„Material Painting” Ratz Studio Gallery, Budapest (curated by Zoltán Prosek)

 

1995

Gallery 11, Budapest (curated by Attila Pőcze)

 

The Club of Young Artists, FMK, Budapest

 

1994

For-X Gallery, Budapest

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)

 

2017

TEXT TOUR, Künstlerforum, Bonn

2016

LINE, Polish Institute/Latarka, Budapest (István Bársony)

 

2015

Fény(ny)elvek, Kepes Institute, Eger (curated by Márton Orosz)

 

2014

„DON’T FORGET TO BE CAREFREE!” Design Terminal, Budapest (curated by Peter Bencze)

 

2010

„Earth,Wind and Fire” G13 Gallery, Budapest (curated by Istvan Stojko)

 

„DRAWING?”, Budapest Gallery, Budapest (curated by Kinga Bódi)

 

2009

„Revolutionary decadence” Museum Kiscell, Budapest (curated by Maja & Reuben Fowkes)

 

2007

„transportation” Karlshospital, Kassel

 

„ArtFair” K.A.S. Gallery, Kunsthalle, Budapest

 

2002

„The selections”, Sudo Art Museum, Tokyo

 

2001

„The New Collections” Saku City Modern Museum of Fine Arts, Nagano

 

1999

„BauMaxx prize winners” Collegium Hungaricum, Vienna (curated by János Sturcz)

 

1998

„Art and Nature” Medium Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia (curated by Zoltán Tölg-Molnár)

 

„Budapest Art Expo’ 98, Kunsthalle, Budapest

 

„Flaschenpost”, Forum Stadtpark, Graz

 

„Sic Transit Gloria Mundi”, Bartok 32 Gallery, Budapest (curated by Erzsébet Tatai)

 

1997

„Homage of Szinyei Meres Pál”, Pest Center, Budapest

 

„Oil /Canvas, Contemprary Hungarian Painting”, Kunsthalle, Budapest (curated by László Beke)

 

1996

„Budapest Art Expo’ 96”, Budapest Expo center

 

„Contemprary Art Exhibition” Zichy Castle, Budapest

 

„96 Merzweckbau Symosium of Intermedia” Schrattenber Castle,Shattember Austria

 

„Debrecen Summer Exhibition of Millecentenarium”, Bartok Room, Debrecen

 

„Steirischer Herbst 96 Festival” Forum Stadpark, Graz, Austria

 

1995

„New member of the Studio” Bercsenyi Gallery, Budapest

 

„The Encounter of the Culture” Atrium of Toyama Shimin Plaza, Toyama

 

„’95 Fukumitsu Printing Exhibition” Fukumitsu Museum of Fine Arts

 

„Art Now Kanazawa ’95” Ishikawa Museum of Fine Arts, Kanasawa

 

„Selected Exhibition” Ginza Gallery House, Tokyo

 

„Studio’ 95” Vigado Gallery, Budapest

 

1994

„Zuglo” Stefania Gallery, Budapest

 

„Zinzukyo Art Exhibition”, Culture Hall of Oosawano, Toyama

 

„The International Art Exhibition” Nagoya Citizen’s Gallery, Nagoya

 

1993

„Hernádi Réka and Fukui Yusuke”, Shion Gallery, Toyama

 

„Baroque” Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest

 

1991

„Five persons in Far-East” Shiba Gallery, Tokyo

 

„Art and Ecology”, Musashino Art University, Tokyo

 

1990

„Can we keep the Earth?” Chikyudo Gallery, Tokyo

 

„821826” Nerima Museum of Fine Arts, Tokyo

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY (SELECTED)

 

János Áfra:An Inquiry About Fine Arts Events and Artists in Hungary 2015, Új művészet 2015 April

 

Imre Tolnai: Térerő, Balkon 2015 July 

 

Motoaki Hori: „Fukui Yusuke”, Tesla catalogue 2015

 

Junichi Shioda: „Fukui Yusuke – A painter who connects two worlds”, Tesla catalogue 2015

 

Zsolt Petrányi: „Fukui Yusuke”, Tesla catalogue 2015

 

Eszter Molnár: „Szintézis magasfeszültségen”, Új Művészet 2015 March-April

 

Andrea Mathe: Keleti párbeszéd, Balkon 2012 April-May

 

Zsolt Petrányi: „Az anyag lényege a lehetőség”, Balkon 1997 March, 34. page

 

Zsolt Petrányi: „Fukui Yusuke”, Olaj/ Vászon, catalogue, 1997 102. page

 

Holbein Scholarship Catalogue: „Acrylicart” 1996 49, 80-83. page

 

36,4 °C „Art Top” 2001 February/ March

 

36,4 °C „Monthly Gallery” 2001 February

 

WORKS IN PUBLIC & CORPORATE COLLECTIONS:

 

SAKU Municipal Museum of Modern Art,  Nagano (Japan)

 

Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest (Hungary)

 

Museum Kiscell, Budapest (Hungary)

E.ON Art Collection, Budapest (Hungary)

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