木田 安彦 きだ やすひこ KIDA Yasuhiko
Woodcut Print Artist
February 14, 1944
August 13, 2015
Born in Kyoto. Completed Master's Couse in Visual Design, Kyoto City University of Arts in 1970. Settled in Tokyo; joined Hakuhodo. Return to Kyoto; became a free-lance woodcut print artist in 1975. His main awards include, Clio Prize (N.Y), Salon d'Autumne and Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts at Grand Palais (Paris). Sixteen woodcut prints ware included in the permanent collection of the British Museum.
Source: "ginza graphic gallery 2001"
Activities at ddd
Approximately 71 years after his birth (2015)
Participated in 20th Century Rimpa: Ikko Tanaka as Supervision.
Approximately 70 years old (2014)
Participated in DNP Graphic Design Archives Collection Ⅵ THE NIPPON POSTERS as Featured Designer.
Approximately 67 years old (2011)
Participated in 100 gggBooks 100 Graphic Designers as Featured Designer.
Approximately 63 years old (2007)
Participated in EXHIBITIONS: Graphic Messages from ggg & ddd 1986-2006 as Featured Designer.
Approximately 59 years old (2003)
Participated in Ikko Tanaka: Poster and Graphic Art Exhibiton as Gallery Talk Participants.
Approximately 57 years old (2001)
Participated in 2001 Yasuhiko Kida Exhibiiton as Featured Designer, and Poster Designer.
Approximately 56 years old (2000)
Participated in Graphic Message for Ecology Exhibition as Featured Designer.
Approximately 50 years old (1994)
Participated in 13 Pop-up Greetings as Featured Designer.
Approximately 49 years old (1993)
Participated in Furoshiki Exhibition as Featured Designer.