Nowadays I usually make some Japanese tea. If I have time, I take a bath for about half an hour to an hour while I drink the tea. Then I either go to the studio or run some errands.
Sakamoto Ryuichi, Dj Bootsie, Zagar, Yonderboi, J.S. Bach.
Right now I am reading a samurai story in Japanese. This is what I am really interested in at the moment.
I’d love to visit Barcelona; I’ve never been there. My last exhibition in Japan was back in 2008 and I miss the quick pace of life typical there. It would be important for me to return home, but I don’t really feel like making a trip abroad. This is perhaps because I am also a Japanese tour guide, so I get to travel a lot within Hungary. I like being able to go to the studio, to immerse myself in art and work.
Hungarian journals, sometimes in print.
A Yohji Yamamoto coat. The funny thing is that it’s a size S, so it looks a bit strange on me (short sleeves and short overall). So much for the connection between Fukui Yusuke and fashion.
I’d try anything, but I guess there are many clothes I would not put on.
There is a 130 by 130 oil on canvas abstract painting from 1994. One of my pieces was selected for the 1998 “Fehér vonalak, fekete vonalak” (“White lines, black lines”) exhibition at the Műcsarnok (a contemporary arts museum in Budapest). It was a great honour to have my work displayed next to those of Ákos Birkás, László Mulasics and Zoltán Tölg-Molnár.
With my two sons and my father, because this has not happened yet. From a professional point of view, I would have loved to have a coffee with Tápies, but it never worked out.
Tarkovszky, Wim Wenders, Ozu Yasujiro, Beuys, Gerhard Richter, Tápies and Zoltán Tölg-Molnár.
Good question. You need to work in this profession for a minimum of 20 years. Then you’ll see. Afterwards, you can’t stop.
Unfortunately, yes. I have a painting I have been unable to finish for the past 12 years.