Takashi Hosokawa

lives and works in Tokyo

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Recent works by Takashi Hosokawa (*1964) focus upon the theme of flowers and leaves, painted with oil paints, acrylic paints, and colour pencils with great finesse upon concave wooden panel. Delicate touches and shimmering nuanced colours invoke romantic sentiments as the universal motif of flowers is accompanied by living things such as sparrows and moths, adding new vibrancy and energy to his works.

   

Biography

1964 born in Kochi, Japan
1986 Winner of the Kume Keiichiro Prize for Art
1987 Winner of the Ataka Eiichi Prize for Art
1989
Studies of Fine Arts/Oil Painting at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
Graduation art project purchased by the University Museum
1991
Master of Fine Arts in Oil Painting at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
Graduation art project purchased by the Daiwa Bank
1994
Doctor of Fine Arts in Oil Painting at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
Nomura International Cultural Foundation Grant
2001
Recipient of the 16th HOLBEIN Scholarship
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Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions

2019 Galerie Biesenbach, Cologne (G)
Galerie Biesenbach, Cologne (G)
2017 Horyuji Gallery, Nara Japan (S)
2016
Sukiwa, Tokyo (S)
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (S)
2014 Sukiwa, Tokyo (S)
2013 GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
Kawaguchi Art Gallery ATRIA, Kawaguchi, Japan (G)
2012 Shikisai Museum, Tokyo (S)
Tachikawa, Tokyo (G)
2011 Ars Gallery, Tokyo (S)
Karuizawa, Nagano (G)
2010
Ginza, Tokyo (G)
Sudo Art Museum, Karuizawa, Nagano (G)
2009 GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
2008
GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
Sudo Art Museum, Karuizawa, Nagano (G)
2007
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (S)
Busan Zero group and Fuji Gallery (G)
GALERIE SOL, Ginza, Tokyo (G)
2006
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (S)
GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
GALERIE SOL, Ginza, Tokyo (G
2005
GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
Karuizawa, Nagano (G
2004
Tri Angle, Tokyo (G)
GALERIE SOL, Ginza, Tokyo (G)
2003
Muse Karakara, Odawara/GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
Nippon Television Plazza Art Market, Tokyo (G)
2002
Amagai Store SPICA Museum, Aoyama, Tokyo (G)
2001
GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
GALERIE SOL, Ginza, Tokyo (G)
2000
Gallery Yamaguchi, Tokyo (S)
Funabashi, Chiba (G)
1999
Funabashi Civic Art Gallery, Chiba (G)
1998
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (S)
GALERIE SOL, Tokyo (S)
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (G)
1997
Fuji Gallery, Osaka/Gallery Gen, Tokyo (S)
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (G)
Kamiya Denbeu Villa, Tokyo (G)
1996
Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo (S)
Fuji Gallery, Osaka (G)
1995
Daiwa Bank, Osaka (G)
Chongju Art Palace, South Korea (G)
1994
Funabashi Civic Art Gallery, Chiba (G)
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Museum Tokyo National (G)
University of Fine Arts and Music Exhibition Hall (G)
1993
Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo (S)
1992
National Chongju Museum and National Chiba Art Museum (G)
1991
Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo (S)
1989
Saitama Prefectural Modern Art Museum (G)
Tokyo National University of Fine Arts (G)
Tokyo Museum (G)

 

Selected Public and Private Collections

  • Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Art Museum
  • Daiwa Bank (Collection in the Meiou Bussan)

   

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