Takashi Tanaka

Biography

<history>

1948 born in Otsu, Shiga Prefecture

1975 graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts

2001 appointed to a professorship at Kurashiki University of Science and the Arts

  

<exhibitions>

1975 The 1st Prints contest of The Osaka Contemporary Art Center

1978 Belknap Memorial Print Exhibition (Columbia University)

1981 Western-style portraits and Japanese ones (The National Museum of Art)

1988 MAXI GRAPHICA (Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art)

1993 Exhibition of the latest works (The National Museum of Art)

1994 Holy Night by Takashi Tanaka (Nagoya City Art Museum)

1999 21 Printers (The National Museum of Art)

2004 HANGA Waves of East – West Cultural Interchange(The University Art Museum,

           Tokyo University of the Arts)

2008 MAXI GRAPHICA Final Destinations (Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art)

2010 3Octaves Generations in harmony (Kouichi Fine Arts)

 

<Public Collections>

Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art

The National Museum of Art

Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama

<history>

1948 born in Otsu, Shiga Prefecture

1975 graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts

2001 appointed to a professorship at Kurashiki

            University of Science and the Arts

 

<exhibitions>

1975 The 1st Prints contest of The Osaka

            Contemporary Art Center

1978 Belknap Memorial Print Exhibition (Columbia

            University)

1981 Western-style portraits and Japanese ones

            (The National Museum of Art)

1988 MAXI GRAPHICA (Kyoto Municipal Museum of

            Art)

1993 Exhibition of the latest works (The National

            Museum of Art)

1994 Holy Night by Takashi Tanaka (Nagoya City

            Art Museum)

1999 21 Printers (The National Museum of Art)

2004 HANGA Waves of East – West Cultural

             Interchange(The University Art Museum,

             Tokyo University of the Arts)

2008 MAXI GRAPHICA Final Destinations (Kyoto

             Municipal Museum of Art)

2010 3Octaves Generations in harmony (Kouichi

            Fine Arts)

 

<Public Collections>

Kyoto National Museum of Modern Art

The National Museum of Art

Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama

Available Works