1968 Born in Kanagawa, Japan
1991 Graduated from Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music (Oil Painting Course)
Lives and works in Zushi, Kanagawa

Selected Solo Exhibitions

1993 Love Collection Gallery, Nagoya (also in 95)
1995 J2 Gallery, Tokyo
nabis Gallery, Tokyo (also in 97, 99)
1996 Gallery TAF, Kyoto (also in 97, 98, 01, 03)
1999 Hakutosya, Nagoya
2000 “Criterium 42” Contemporary Art Center/Gallery, Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki
“Deluxe Twin” Gallery TAF, Kyoto / Hakutosya, Nagoya
2001 “project N 06” Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo
2002 Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
“art scope: Nobuyuki Takahashi” Hillside Forum, Tokyo
2004 “Neighborhood and Tourist Attractions” Hakutosya, Nagoya
2006 “Teacher of Painting” Hakutosya, Nagoya
2007 “Nagoya Days” Hakutosya, Nagoya
2007” Base Gallery, Tokyo
2009 “2 Nights and 3 Days” Hakutosha, Nagoya
“Light and Water” Bernhard Knaus Fine Art, Frankfurt, Germany
2010 “FUTSUNO-E”-ordinary painting- Base Gallery, Tokyo
2014 “sunshine” Base Gallery, Tokyo

Selected Group Exhibitions

1998 “Along the Grid” Hakutosya, Nagoya
“The 15th Parallelism in Art Exhibition: Image Stalker” Ohara Center, Tokyo
1999 “Green in Spirit” Ashiya City Museum of Art and History, Hyogo (Two-person show with Yoshie Sakai)
2000 “VOCA 2000” The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
“Systemic Painting 2000” Bunpodo Gallery, Tokyo
2002 “Ofuro Art: Background Paintings in Public Bathhouse” Mitaka City Art and Culture Center, Tokyo
2003 “New Generation Japanese Painters” Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima
“12 Years of Art Scope: Reflections on Artist in Residence” Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
2005 “Sight-Cruising” Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa
2010 “Primary Field 2” The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama
2011 “New Acquisitions” The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama
2014 “GROUND” Aichi University of the Arts, Satellite Gallery, Aichi
“COLOR, MOTION, FORM, SUMMER ADVENTURE IN ART” The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama

Selected Collections

Daimler Chrysler Foundation In Japan 

Japan Foundation

Midland Square, Aichi

The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura & Hayama, Kanagawa