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Kazuko Inoue (b. 1946)
UNTITLED (00093), 2001
acrylic on linen; signed, dated '2001' twice and inscribed on the reverse
Linen: 60 by 60 in. (152.4 by 152.4 cm.); Framed: 62 by 62 in. (157.5 by 157.5 cm.)
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Provenance

Collection of the Artist
Acquired from the above by the present owner

Exhibited

Westport Arts Center, 'About Paint,' February - March 2005, n.p., illustrated
New York, Allan Stone Gallery, 'Kazuko Inoue: Intersections,' May - June 2006
New York, OK Harris Gallery, 'Chromo Phobia: An Exhibition of Non-Objective Color Paintings,' May - September 2008
New York, Allan Stone Projects, 'Kazuko Inoue: Thirty Years Of Painting,' September – October 2015

Catalogue Note

Born in Tokyo, Kazuko Inoue moved to the Unites States in the 1960s and went on to receive her BFA and MFA from Michigan State University. Her work has a spiritual dimension which is expressed through her minimalist aesthetic. Inspired by the work of artists such as Kazimir Malevich, Vassily Kandinsky and Henri Matisse, Inoue’s work explores the relationship between tone, color and forms with her simple grid-structured canvases. Her work can be found in many collections, such as the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Newark Museum and the Mobil Oil Company.

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