Hana Usui

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Hana Usui
Born (1974-04-17) April 17, 1974 (age 40)
Tokyo
Nationality Japan
Known for Drawing

Hana Usui (jap. 笛吹 花, Usui Hana, born April 17, 1974 in Tokyo) is a Japanese artist.

Hana Usui was born in Tokyo in 1974 and studied art history at Waseda University and Japanese calligraphy. In 2000, she moved to Vienna to start a career as a free visual artist. In the years that followed she primarily worked in Berlin. Since 2011, Hana Usui has lived and worked in Vienna and Bolzano-Bozen (Italy). Her drawings are made of black or white oil paint, which she carves into paper with a screwdriver and often embeds into ink washes.[1]

Selected Exhibitions[edit]

Sources:[2][3][4][5][6][7]

Selected Collections[edit]

Sources:[23][24][25][26][27][28]

Selected Bibliography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hana Usui. Drawings 2006-2012", Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  2. ^ Homepage of Hana Usui [1], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  3. ^ "Hana Usui. Drawings 2006-2012", Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  4. ^ fruesorge contemporary drawings, Berlin [2], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  5. ^ Galerie Dittmar, Berlin [3], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  6. ^ Kunstkontor Rampoldt, Berlin [4], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  7. ^ artnet [5], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  8. ^ Galerie Dittmar, Berlin - Ausstellungen [6], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  9. ^ Kit Schulte Contemporary Art [7], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  10. ^ Museum of Prints and Drawings - The National Museums in Berlin "Hans Hartung, Informel and Its Impact"
  11. ^ Maak, Niklas "Linien, die in die Zukunft führen", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2010 August 26, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  12. ^ Annual report Dresden State Art Collections [8], Dresden, 2011, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  13. ^ Bezirksamt Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf von Berlin "Art to go II", Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  14. ^ Museum of Japanese Art and Technology Manggha [9], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  15. ^ Residenzgalerie Salzburg [10], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  16. ^ Landeshauptstadt Erfurt [11], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  17. ^ Bezirksamt Steglitz-Zehlendorf von Berlin [www.berlin.de/ba-steglitz-zehlendorf/presse/archiv/20080109.1530.91898.html], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  18. ^ Manifesta7 [12], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  19. ^ Bria, Ginevra [13], 2008, May 12, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  20. ^ Herold, Thea "Kratzspuren", Der Tagesspiegel, 2007 November 03, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  21. ^ Daniels, Corinna "Abstraktes von Hana Usui im Atelier oko", Die Welt, 2005 June 03, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  22. ^ Maak, Niklas "Linientreu: Die japanische Malerin bei Oko Berlin", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2006 February 26, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  23. ^ Homepage of Hana Usui [14], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  24. ^ "Hana Usui. Drawings 2006-2012", Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  25. ^ fruesorge contemporary drawings, Berlin [15], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  26. ^ Galerie Dittmar, Berlin [16], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  27. ^ Kunstkontor Rampoldt, Berlin [17], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  28. ^ artnet [18], Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  29. ^ Literature by and about Hana Usui in the German National Library catalogue, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  30. ^ Literature by and about Hana Usui in the Austrian National Library catalogue, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  31. ^ Literature by and about Hana Usui in the German National Library catalogue, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  32. ^ Literature by and about Hana Usui in the Austrian National Library catalogue, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  33. ^ Literature by and about Hana Usui in the German National Library catalogue, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.
  34. ^ Literature by and about Hana Usui in the Austrian National Library catalogue, Retrieved on 2014 January 14.

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