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Ryuki Yamamoto





Ryuki Yamamoto



b. 1976, Mie, Japan

Lives and works in Tokyo



Education:

2001

B.A., Tokyo Zokei University, Tokyo



Solo Exhibitions:

2011

Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo



2008

SHI SHIN KEI-Super privatism, Mizuma Action, Tokyo



2006

1000 Self-Portraits, Mizuma Action, Tokyo



2003

Yamamoto Ryuki Exhibition, Gallery ES, Tokyo



2002

Yamamoto Ryuki Exhibition, Gallery ES, Tokyo



Group Exhibitions:

2015

Further Towards the Future, Japanese Contemporary Art, Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

N Collection, Ship of Theseus, Art Base Momoshima, Hiroshima



2012

Look East!, Mizuma Gallery /Singapore

ZIPANGU, The Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum /Niigata



2011

Seven Dilemmas, Mizuma & One Gallery /Beijing (traveled to: Shanhai)

TDW-ART Elpis-Sky of Hope, TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK 2011, Meiji Jingu Gaien /Tokyo

JALAPAGOS, Mitsubishi-Jisho ARTIUM /Fukuoka

ZIPANGU, Nihonbashi Takashimaya /Tokyo (traveled to: Osaka, Kyoto)

The Most Requested TOP 30 - 10 Years of Takahashi Collection, Takahashi Collection Hinode /Tokyo



2010

SO+ZO, Kuwasawa Design School, Tokyo

JALAPAGOS, Meiji Jingu Gaien, Tokyo camaboco, Tokyo Zokei University, Tokyo



2009

neoneo Part1 [boys], TAKAHASHI collection, Tokyo



2008

The 4th Zokei Contemporary Artists Show: Converted Eyes, Tokyo Zokei University Yokoyama Memorial Manzu Art Museum, Tokyo

Eyes & Curiosity, Taiwan version, Soka Art Center, Taipei

Takao Okamura Project 23 Exhibition, Ayumi Gallery, Tokyo



2005

WORKS IN STUDIO, STUDIO Ushigoya, Kanagawa.

The 8th Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art,Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki, Kanagawa



2004

STUDIO Ushigoya, Gallery ES, Tokyo

Four Great Views of JAPAN, Gallery ES, Tokyo



2003

Art?-A Place of a Different Value, node, Tokyo Zokei Univeristy, Tokyo

Open Studio, Sagamihara Citizens Gallery, Kanagawa

MINAZUKI Itazu Litho-Grafik: Print Exhibition, Bumpodo Gallery, Tokyo

Mt. Fuji, Gallery ES, Tokyo



2002

Koma, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo



2001

Primal Scream, Sagamihara Citizens Gallery, Kanagawa



1997

URBANART#6, Shibuya PARCO, Tokyo (traveled to: Nagoya, Hiroshima etc.)



Awards:

2005

8th Taro Okamoto Memorial Award for Contemporary Art,

Outstanding Award, Japan



1997

URBANART#6, Winners Award, Japan