Hideyoshi Sakurai

Hideyoshi Sakurai

Untitled

acrylic on canvas
1996
162 x 130.3 cm

LInstallation View

2013

Installation View

2013

Biography

1935 Born in Osaka, Japan
1962 Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, oil painting course in department of painting
Awarded Ohashi Prize and Salon de Printempe Prize
1964 Finished postgraduate course, Tokyo University of the Arts
1967 Moved to Paris by the French government scholarship
Entered Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris
1971 Returned to Japan
1999 Died

Selected Exhibitions

1975 Gallery Fuma, Tokyo(’76, ‘77)
1976 Gallery Ai, Tokyo(’77, ’78)
1978 Gallery Tokiwa, Tokyo(’78, ’79, ’91)
1979 “Hideyoshi Sakurai, Seiryo Ikawa and Tatsuo Gocho” Gallery Shinwa, Tokyo
1980 Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo(’81, ’83)
“Position of 5 artists” Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo
1981 “The 2nd Hara Annual” Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
1983 Gallery Shinwa, Tokyo(’85, ’87)
“The 19th Artists to-day: Internalized Structure” Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Kanagawa
1984 Gallery Letina, Sapporo
“Contemporary Artists ’84” Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo
“Hideyoshi Sakurai, Seiryo Ikawa and Tatsuo Gocho” Gallery Shinwa, Tokyo
1987 “Tourbillon” Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo
1988 “Contemporary Artists ’88” Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Sapporo
1989 “The Seventies as Expression” Ai Gallery, Tokyo
“Hideyoshi Sakurai and Tatsuo Gocho” Gallery Tokiwa, Tokyo
“ART SCENES ’89 - Nine Contemporary Artists” Kimpodo Gallery, Tokyo
Gallery Maki, Tokyo(’91, ’87)
1990 “Triangulation in Modernism Exhibition” Gallery Furukawa, Tokyo
1991 “The Generation of Non-Being” Art Space Tonami, Toyama
“The Generation of Non-Being in Tokyo” Gallery Furukawa, Tokyo
“Poetics of Hve” Kawasaki City Museum, Kanagawa
1992 “The 1st NICAF” Pacifico Yokohama, Kanagawa
Base Gallery(’93, ’95, ’97)
1993 “The Structure of Painting, Japanese Contemporary Stripes” Bumpodo Gallery, Tokyo
1994 “Hideyoshi Sakurai: Various Eyes・60” Kawasaki IBM Civic Cultural Gallery, Kanagawa
Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, Saitama
1995 “Contemporary Art? - The beauty of these days”
Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art, Saitama
1998 “The masterpiece of Modern Japanese Art: The 4th Permanent Exhibition”
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
1999 Hideyoshi Sakurai Memorial Exhibition, Base Gallery, Tokyo
2001 “Urawa and Contemporary Art” Urawa Art Museum, Saitama
2003 “Collection in Focus: The Power of Painting-Japanese Painting Since 1980”
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Urawa Art Museum, Saitama
“Modern Japanese Art from the Museum Collection”
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
2013 “Hideyoshi Sakurai” Base Gallery, Tokyo