• Female
    • Abstract expressionist
    • Digital artist
    • Installation
    • Mixed media
    • Neoconceptual
    • Painter
    • Performance
    • Photographer

    About the artist

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    Mitsouko Mori was born in Japan in 1944. She finished her studies at the Tokyo Art University then she worked as a teacher in her homecountry for several years. She has always drawn to France and to French culture, which she knew through films and books. In 1970 she won a French national scholarship, so she had the opportunity to spend a year in Marseille –Luminy School of Art and Architecture. After this Mori finally settled in the French capital in 1972 she enrolled the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts where she continued her studies until 1975.
    In 2004 as a scholar of the MADI Museum in Dallas she made a lot of works for the institute. One of these is a huge three piece mural she made for the opening ceremony of the Museum. The works of the Japanese artist can be found in many European and non-European museums (Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, France; MACLA Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Latinoamericano, La Plata, Argentina; Museum of Geometric and MADI Art, Dallas, USA.)
    From 1969 she took part in many group and individual exhibitions. She is the constant exhibitor of Salon des Réalités Nouvelles in Paris. Besides this she is still known in the art world of Japan. In Tokyo she is represented by Center Point Gallery. Mitsouko Mori as a member of MADI movement regularly joins the exhibitions and programs organized by the group. Her latest works have been exposed this year in a collective exhibition in Galerie Chika, and individually in Galerie A-Kukan, both in Tokyo.

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