Katsuhiko HIBINO

Katsuhiko HIBINO

Born in Gifu Prefecture in 1958; lives and works in Tokyo.
Hibino completed his graduate studies at the Tokyo University of the Arts. He produces art with local residents in various regional communities, in search of a system by which art can perform a function within society, and organizes art projects that highlight the power of the viewer. His artistic activities include presenting work at the Venice Biennale (1995), the Day After Tomorrow Newspaper Cultural Department/Asatte Asagao Project, the Project for the Museum of Seabed Inquiry Ship: Ototoimaru & Sokosoko Sozosho, and the ASIA DAIHYO project. He also supervises events and exhibitions. Hibino received the Grand Prize at the 1982 Nippon Graphic Exhibition, and the 2016 Art Encouragement Prize (Art Promotion category) awarded by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.

Artwork

HIBINO HOSPITAL (Hibino Art Seminar Hospital Broadcasting Club)

HIBINO HOSPITAL (Hibino Art Seminar Hospital Broadcasting Club)

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