Katsutoshi Yuasa - Artist Interview
Katsutoshi Yuasa's large format woodcuts function as translators for photograph, making the image closer to experience rather than document. Sarah Kirk Hanley interviews Yuasa for Art 21. Yuasa emphasizes that printmaking is...
a means of communication and a medium for the dissemination of information, stating that the conversation should center on “philosophy and ideology…we need to talk about printmaking without technique.
Utsuroi # Keri 1 / 74cmx57cm / Oil-based woodcut on paper in the middle of the night is to spare the shadow of the moon wandering among the trees shake move from
Pseudo mythology #2 / 243cmx366cm / Oil-based woodcut with pigment on paper