This series of drawings of Masae Suzuki are characterized by its sense for rhythm, and accurate and sensible lines. The almost abstract drawings put emphasis on the gesture or the act of drawing. The drawings she shows with the Kathmandu Triennale relate to cityscapes in the way that her nervous, repetitive lines make us think of the typical structures of metropolitan environments.
Masae Suzuki studied art at a private art school. In 1982, she won the Daisan prize for Art concoures at Daisan Bunmei Exhibition, at TMM and in 1983 she won the Ushio prize for Art concoures at Daisan Bunmei Exhibition, at TMM. In 1988 and 1989 she had solo exhibitions at Daimaru in Machida. She has had group exhibitions at Tsukuba and Tenshin Memorial Museum of Art, Ibaraki in 2011/2014, and 2015 International Exchange Show US &Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum.