(Japan 1961– )
67.0 x 100.0cm image; 78.0 x 107.0cm sheet
Kasose, the title of this work, is both the name of a place in northern Japan, and the point where the wind meets the rapids. The artist Hayashi has done a series of works on the theme of the wind, all large etchings produced using six plates as well as several different cut-out pieces of Japanese 'washi' paper.
Born in Gifu, and now resident in Saitama, Hayashi completed graduate school at the Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music in 1987.
Jackie Menzies, Contemporary Japanese Prints: The Urban Bonsai, 1992, pg. 32.
Jackie Menzies (Australia) (Author), Contemporary Japanese Prints : The Urban Bonsai, Sydney, 1992, 32, 40 (colour illus.). cat.no. 16
The Urban Bonsai, Queensland Art Gallery, 04 Mar 1992–04 May 1992.
The Urban Bonsai, National Art Gallery, Wellington, 20 Jun 1992–09 Aug 1992.
The Urban Bonsai, Christchurch Art Gallery, 12 Sep 1992–29 Oct 1992.
The Urban Bonsai, Manawatu Art Gallery, 13 Nov 1992–10 Jan 1993.
The Urban Bonsai, The George Adams Gallery, Victorian Arts Centre, 18 Mar 1993–25 Apr 1993.
The Urban Bonsai, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 08 May 1993–01 Aug 1993.
The Urban Bonsai, Lewers Bequest and Penrith Regional Art Gallery, 11 Mar 1994–24 Apr 1994.
The Urban Bonsai, The Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, 19 May 1994–19 Jun 1994.
The Urban Bonsai, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 15 Jul 1994–21 Aug 1994.
The Urban Bonsai, Moree Plains Gallery, 11 Nov 1994–24 Dec 1994.
The Urban Bonsai, Tweed River Regional Art Gallery, 01 Feb 1995–05 Mar 1995.