Biography

1948    born Tokyo
1970    graduated Rikkyo ( St Paul’s ) University
1980    commenced study of scroll mounting with Kashu Yabuta
1986    commenced study of screen making with Kobayashi Kenji
1992    Solo exhibition Nihonbashi Tokyu
1995    Two man show with Kobayashi Kenji Matsuya Ginza, also 1997
1999    Group exhibition Nagai Gallery Tokyo
2000   Two man show with Wada Makoto “Mother Goose” Nagai   Gallery,Tokyo
Three man show Geneva with Koie Ryoji and Kado Isaburo
2003    Mugen  Lesley Kehoe Galleries, Melbourne
2004   Three man show with Hakko Ishitobi and Kobayashi Koji    Geneva
International Asian Art Fair, New York,
International Art and Design Fair, New York
2005    International Asian Art Fair, New York,
International Art & Design Fair, New York
2006    Japanese Cool Zero 6 Lesley Kehoe Galleries Melbourne Australia
2007    SOFA New York
2008   Invited artist Japan Festival Kennedy Center, Washington, DC.
Invited Lecturer Smithsonian Institute Freer Gallery Washington DC
Art and Antiques Dubai
Japanese Cool Zero 8 Lesley Kehoe Galleries, Melbourne and Sydney
2009    Kan to Hikari  Kiyomizu Temple Kyoto
2010   Modern Twist  The Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas, Texas, USA
Kan to Hikari, Nijo Castle, Kyoto
2011    Fleeting Moments  Solo Exhibition Lesley Kehoe Galleries Melbourne Australia
Kan to Hikari Sennyuji Temple, Kyoto

Collections
Chan-Palay Collection, New York
Peggy and Richard Danziger Collection, New York
Honda Soichiro Collection, Honda, Tokyo
Fuji Xerox, Karuizawa, Japan
German Embassy, Tokyo
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia,
Shiozuki Yaeko, Eldest daughter of 14th Iemoto Tantansai, Urasenke School
Private Collections, Japan, USA, Australia, Europe

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Lesley Kehoe