Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami nasce a Tokyo nel 1962, vive e lavora a Tokyo e New York.

 

EDUCAZIONI
1986
Graduated Department of Japanese – Traditional Painting: Nihon-ga, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

 

1988
MA, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

 

1993
PhD, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music

 

1998
Teach at UCLA for 3 months (New Genre Course)

 

MOSTRE PERSONALI
1999
Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
“DOB in the Strange Forest”, Parco Gallery, Tokyo/Nagoya
“The Meaning of the Nonsense of the Meaning”, The Center for Curatorial Studies and Art in Contemporary Culture, Bard College, New York

1998
Feature Inc. , New York, USA
“Back Beat”, Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, USA
“Back Beat – Super Flat”, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Moreover, DOB raises his hand”, Sagacho bis, Tokyo

1997
Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
Gallery Koto, Okayama, Japan
University at Buffalo Art Gallery, New York State University, Buffalo, USA
Blum & Poe, Santa Monica, USA

1996
Feature Inc., New York
Gavin Brown Enterprize, New York
“727”, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo
“Konnichiwa, Mr. DOB”, Kirin Plaza Osaka, Osaka, Japan”7272″, Aoi Gallery, Osaka, Japan
“A Very Merry Unbirthday, ToYou, To Me!”, Ginza Komatsu, Tokyo

1995
Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
“Crazy Z”, SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo
“Niji”, Gallery Koto, Okayama, Japan
Yngtingagatan 1, Stokholm, Sweden

1994
“Fujisan”, Gallery Koto, Okayama, Japan
“Which is Tomorrow?”, SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo
“Azami, Kikyo, Ominaeshi”, Aoi Gallery, Osaka, Japan

1993
Nasubi Gallery, Tokyo “A Very Merry Unbirthday!”, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima
“A Romantic Evening”, Gallery Cellar, Nagoya, Japan

1992
“Wild, Wild”, Rontgen Kunst Institut, Tokyo

1991
Art Gallery at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Tokyo
Aoi Gallery, Osaka, Japan
Rontgen Kunst Institut (one night Exhibition, August 23), Tokyo
Gallery Aries, Tokyo
Hosomi Gallery Contemporary, Tokyo

1989
Gallery Ginza surugadai, Tokyo

 

MOSTRE COLLETTIVE
2000
murakami-manetas, newsantandrea Savona
murakami-manetas, pinksummer Genova

 

1999
New Modernism for a New Millennium: Works by Contemporary Asian Artists from the Logan Collection, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Painting for Joy: New Japanese Painting in 1990s, The Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo
Something Warm and Fuzzy/ Children and Contemporary Art, Des Moines Art Center, Iowa
Carnegie International 1999-2000, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

 

1998
Cities on the Move, Secession, Wien, Austria Å^Capc Musee d’art contemporain de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France/ P.S.1, New York
People, Places and Things, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York
Pop Surrealism”, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
So what? – Exhibition of contemporary Japanese art, Ecole Nationale Superleure des Beaux-Arts, Parigi
Art is Fun 9, Hara Museum Arc, Gunma
The Manga Age, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
The Noumea Third Biennale of Contemporary Art, Noumea, Nouvelle Caledonie
50 Years of Japanese Life Style; Postwar fashion and design, Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Tochigi
Ero Pop Christmas, Nadiff, Tokyo
Tastes and pursuits: Japanese Art in the 1990s, National Gallery of modern Art, New Delhi, India/ Metropolitan Museum of Manila, The Philieppines

 

1997
Flying Buttress Please, Torch Gallery, Amsterdam
Super Body, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo
Hiropon Show ’97: Tokyo Underground Visual Show, Shop 33, Tokyo
Need for Speed, Grazer Kunstverein, Graz, Austria
Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, Seoul
Singularity in Plurality, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Kanagawa

 

1996
Tokyo Pop”, The Hiratsuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa
Ironic Fantasy, The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi
Sharaku Interpreted by Japan’s Contemporary Artists, The Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo
Asia-Pacific Triennial 1996, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
Romper Room, Thread Waxing Space, New York

 

1995
Incidental Alterations: P.S.1 Studio Artists 1994/95, The AngelOrensanz Foundation, New York
Art Space Hap, Hiroshima
Transculture, The 46 th Venezia Biennale, Venezia
Japan Today, Louisiana Museum of Modern art, Humblebaek / Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo / Liljevalchs Konsthall, Stoccolma / Waino Aaltonen Museum of Art, Turku, Finland / MAK, Wien, Austria
Cutting Up, Max Protetch Gallery, New York
Transculture, Benesse House Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Kagawa (-1996)

 

1994
Shinjyuku Syonen Art, Shinjyuku Kabuki-cho, Tokyo
Lest We Forget: On Nostalgia, The Gallery at Takashimaya, New York
VOCA ’94, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
Koriyama City Museum of Art, Fukushima

 

1993
Malaria Art Show Vol.1, February 1st Festival, Tokyo
Artists’ Shop ’93, Sai Gallery, Osaka
Malaria Art Show Vol.4, Decorative, Tokyo
The Ginbrart, Ginza, Tokyo
00 Collaboration, Sagacho Exhibit Space, Tokyo
Art Today ’93, Neo Japanology, Sezon Museum of Modern Art, Karuizawa, Nagano
Beyond the ‘Nihonga’- An Aspect of Contemporary Japanese Paintings, Tokyo
Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo
The Exhibition for Exhibitions, Kyoto Shijo Gallery, Kyoto, Japan

 

1992
Artists’ Shop ’92, Sai Gallery, Osaka, Japan
Mars Galler, Tokyo
Floating Gallery Vol.1, Tsukishima Warehouse, Tokyo
1st Transart Annual, Painting/Crossing, Bellini Hill Galley, Yokohama
Nakamura and Murakami, Space Ozone, Seoul, Korea
Nakamura and Murakami, SCAI Project Room, Tokyo
Anomary, Rontgen Kunst Institut, Tokyo
Tama Vivant ’92, Seed Hall, Shibuya Seibu, Tokyo
Nakamura and Murakami, MetariaSquare Hotel, Osaka

 

1991
Jan Hoet in Tsurugi, Tsurugi-cho, Ishikawa
Jan Hoet’s Vision’, Art Gallery Artium, Fukuoka

 

PREMI
1994-95

Asian Cultural Council Fellowship
P.S.1 International Studio Program, New York, USA

 

COLLEZIONI PUBBLICHE
The Japan Foundation
Peter Norton Family Foundation
Queensland Art Gallery
The Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco