Keizo Ushio is one of Japan’s most highly regarded sculptors and is renowned internationally for his extraordinary granite sculptures. His ingenious carving technique, based on the mathematics of the Moebius strip, is extremely difficult to realise in granite, making his work popular with the public and collectors across the world.
Keizo Ushio has exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea Bondi since 1999, becoming only the second member of the Double Decade Club Bondi. He also became a member of the Cottesloe Decade Club in 2014.
Burswood Park is lucky to be the permanent home of Oushi Zokei 2013, the piece exhibited at the 2015 Cottesloe event. The two metre Spanish black granite artwork is a towering figure on the banks of the Swan River.
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