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Tetsuya Nakamura



Tetsuya Nakamura



b. 1968, Chiba, Japan

Lives and works in Tokyo



Education:

1994

M.A., Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music



1992

B.A., Japanese Lacquer Course, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music



Solo Exhibitions:

2011

Enjin-Flaming Speed, Gallery Koyanagi, Tokyo



1996

FAT TIME, AKI-EX Gallery, Tokyo



1995

EVIDENCE OF WINNER, Gallery ZERO, Osaka

WINNERS EMBLEM, ART TOWER MITO Contemporary Art Center, Ibaraki

GREAT GAINER,Tokyo Electric Power Company Ichikawa Urayasu sales office Gallery, Chiba



1994

PEST CONTROL, Gallery ZERO, Osaka

SIMPLE 6, Shoko Art Space, Chiba

SELF REFINED, Gallery ZERO, Osaka



1993

NAKAMURA Tetsuyas Aesthetics of Insect Classification, Gallery K, Tokyo



Group Exhibitions:

2011

JAPANCONGO, Le Magasin - Centre National d Art Contemporain, Grenoble; The Garage Center For Contemporary Culture, Moscow; Palazzo Reale, Milan



2010

Koh-jutsu, Spiral, Tokyo



2008

Satoshi Furui + Tetsuya Nakamura, Gallery Koyanagi, Tokyo



2006

Skinodelic: Face, Surface, Interface, The University Art Museum - Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo



2005

Rta Travel Collection 2005, Travel and Sky, Spiral, Tokyo

Take Art Collection 2005, Spiral, Tokyo

Shibaura island Block Renovation Exhibition, Spiral, Tokyo



2004

Mori Art Museum Japanese Contemporary Art Charity Auction, Tokyo

Cafe in Mito 2004 - Communicable Action for Everybody 2004, Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, Tokyo



1996

TOKYO POP, The Hiratsuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa

LOVE SONG, Gallery ZERO, Osaka

Workshop: Gold Rush Ougon no jyutsu, The Hiratsuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa



1995

MORPHE 95,POP OFF Showroom of Tokyo-toyopet (one of the subsidiary sales company of Toyota Group), Tokyo

SIMPLE 7, Shoko Art Space, Chiba



1994

SIMPLE 6, Shoko Art Space, Chiba



1993

The Exhibition for Exhibitions: Beyond the Famous, Unknown, and Anonymous, Kyoto Municipal Shijo Gallery, Kyoto

Japan and China Selected Student Exhibition, Beijing, China

SIMPLE 5, Shoko Art Space, Chiba



Awards:

1996

PHILIP MORRIS ART AWARD 1996 Final Selection, Spiral, Tokyo