Artists

HASHIZUME Sai

1980 Born in Tokyo, Japan


2003 B.F.A., Oil Painting, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music


2006 M.F.A., Oil Painting, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music


2006-07 School of Art and Design Berlin Weissensee, Guest student


Solo Exhibitions

2017


“This isn’t Happiness “, imura art gallery, Kyoto


 


2015


“She who dies with the most shoes wins”, A.Style, Hong Kong


 


2014


“Beautiful Stranger”, POLA MUSEUM ANNEX, Tokyo


 


2013


“lost virginity”, G-tokyo 2013 / imura art gallery booth, Tokyo Midtown Hall, Tokyo


 


2012


“sometimes we can’t choose where we die”, imura art gallery, Kyoto


 


2011


“After Image of the Red Shoes”, imura art gallery, Tokyo


 


2005


“Behind the Skirt”, Gallery Honjoh, Tokyo


 


2004


Solo Show, Gallery ES, Tokyo


Group Exhibitions

2020


“SUKIKEI / NEW VIEW -Contemporary art in Japan at a time of transition” MITSUBISHI ESTATE ARTIUM, Fukuoka


“SUKIKEI / NEW VIEW -Contemporary art in Japan at a time of transition” Mitsukoshi Gallery, Fukuoka Mitsukoshi, Fukuoka


“SUKIKEI / NEW VIEW -Contemporary art in Japan at a time of transition” Nihombashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo


 


2019


“SUKIKEI / NEW VIEW -Contemporary art in Japan at a time of transition” Hankyu. Umeda Gallery, Osaka


 


2018


“181 pieces of Memories -Footsteps of the Takamatsu Art Museum’s Special Exhibition-“ Takamatsu Art Museum, Kagawa


“Takahashi Collection – Face and Abstraction” Kiyoharu Art Colony, Yamanashi


 


2017


“Inspired-Sources of Ideas, Successions of Images” Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Kagawa


“Realism Art in Japan” Hakodate Museum of Art, Hokkaido / Toyohashi City Museum Art & History, Aichi / Nara Prefecture Museum of Art, Nara


“GEI “DAI” Colloction” Tokyo University of the Arts Museum, Tokyo


“Takahashi Collection – Mindfulness2017” Yamagata Museum, Yamagata


 


2016


“Premio Combat Prize 2016” Museo G. Fattori, Livorno, Italy


 


2015


“The Second China-ASEAN Biennale 2015”, ASEAN international culture center, Nanning, China


 


2014


“Takamatsu Contemporary Art Annual vol.04 Regarding the Reality”, Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Kagawa


“Nostalgia and Fantasy: Imagination and its origins in contemporary art”, National Museum of Art, Osaka


“Images of Memory / Memories of Image”, BankART Studio NYK, Kanagawa


 


2013


“DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow Exhibition 2013”, The National Art Center, Tokyo


“Takahashi Collection – Mindfulness!” Kirishima Open-air Museum, Kagoshima / Sapporo Art Museum, Hokkaido


“Small is Beautiful XXXI -Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow & Blue?”, Flowers Gallery, London


 


2012


“Pola Museum Annex Exhibition 2012”, Pola Museum Annex, Tokyo


 


2009


The 1st Tokorozawa Biennial of Contemporary Art, “Siding Rail Road 2009”, Saitama


 


2008


“Arte Fiera Art First 2008”, Bologna, Italy


 


2007


“Sovereign European Art Prize”, Club Row, London, United Kingdom


“Evidence of Self-Portrait”, The Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo


“Speculum Mundi”, Galerie Davide Gallo, Berlin, Germany


 


2006


“The Vision Of Contemporary Art”, The Ueno Royal Museum,Tokyo


 


2004


“Shell Art Award Exhibition”, Daikanyama Hillside Forum, Tokyo


“Tokyo Wonder Wall 2004 Competition”, Museum of contemporary art, Tokyo


 


2003


“Tokyo Wonder Wall 2003 Competition”, Museum of contemporary art, Tokyo


 


2000


“Perspective to the Man”, Shimotakaido gallery Art SOKO, Tokyo


Award

2013


Koji Kinutani Prize


 


2004


Shell Art Award 2004, Special Prize from the Jury


 


2003


Mr.O Memorial Prize


Scholarship & Grant, Residence

2014


Grant from Contemporary Art Foundation


 


2009


Grant from Yoshino Gypsum Art Foudation (Paris, France)


 


2007


Fellowship, Pola Art Foundation (Berlin, Germany)


Fellowship, Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artist (Monchengladbach, Germany)


 


2006


Artist in Residence Krems,TOP24 (Krems,Austria)


 


2004


The 19th Holbein Scholarship


Public Collection

Takamatsu City Museum of Art


National Museum of Art, Osaka


Takahashi Collection


C-Collection