Takesada Matsutani is active/lives in Japan, France. Takesada Matsutani is known for mixed-media art creating bulges, bubble and drip images, installation art.
Biography Takesada Matsutani
Takesada Matsutani (?? ??, born January 1, 1937 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese contemporary mixed-media artist. He was a member of the Gutai group from 1963 to the dissolution of the group in 1972. His well-known work involves a technique of blowing a gust of air into a puddle of vinyl wood glue, creating bulges, bubbles, and drips, then covered by patient strokes of graphite pencil. Matsutani's works are represented in a large number of prestigious art museums and collections around the world. In 2002 the artist, who has lived a large part of his childhood in Nishinomiya, received the Nishinomiya City Cultural Award.
Matsutani Takesada enters in 1954 the class of traditional painting (Nihonga) at the Osaka Municipal High School of C
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