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    Mitsuo Katsui, Japan (1984)

    Born in Tokyo 1931. He graduated from the Tokyo University of Education in 1955. He has worked in all fields of graphic design, including providing the art direction for the Osaka International...

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    Mitsuo Katsui, Japan (1984)

      Born in Tokyo 1931. He graduated from the Tokyo University of Education in 1955. He has worked in all fields of graphic design, including providing the art direction for the Osaka International Expo in 1970. Okinawa Ocean Expo in 1975 and the Tsukuba Science Expo in 1985. His work strives to open a new realm of communication through the modes of expression that technology provides.
      He is participating in the selection program as one of the members of the Tokyo Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games' Emblem Committee to be held in 2020.

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      ALTERED SOIL

      (2002)

      • Mitsuo Katsui

      mitsuo katsui: visionary∞scape

      (2003)

      • Mitsuo Katsui

      MITSUO KATSUI 1954-2013

      (2014)

      • Mitsuo Katsui

      Exhibitions

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      APE CALL from TOKYO

      1990

      New York ADC Gallery, New York

      MITSUO KATSUI: VISIONARY∞ZONE

      2004

      The Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Toyama

      The appearance of light: Mitsuo Katsui

      2008

      Ikeda Museum of 20th Century Art, Shizuoka

      MITSUO KATSUI: SEQUENT SIGHT

      2009

      University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki

      Le Mois du graphisme d’Echirolles, 20th anniversary: The exhibition Mitsuo Katsui

      2010

      Mois du graphisme d'Échirolles, Échirolles

      MITSUO KATSUI: DESIGN OF SYMPTOM

      2014

      ginza graphic gallery, Tokyo

      Awards

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      • 1958

      Japan Advertising Artists Club Awards
      • 1972

      The Kodansha Cultural Publishing Prize
      • 1972

      The 5th Brno Biennale of Book Design
      • 1980

      International Poster Biennale in Warsaw
      • 1987

      The 7th Lahti International Poster Triennial
      • 1993

      The Minister of Education Prize for the Arts
      • 1994

      The Mainichi Industrial Design Award
      • 1995

      The New York ADC
      • 1996

      Japanese Government Medal with Purple Ribbon
      • 2000

      Mexico Poster Biennials