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柴川 敏之

柴川敏之于1966年1月11日出生于大阪府,与Alberto Giacometti去世的日子是同一天。柴川敏之创作的作品主题为《2000年后出土的今日社会》,通过将日常物品转化为“化石”,他将它们变成我们当代的象征,探索当代社会现今的问题。通过未来的视角审视我们现在的社会,也许我们可以从中找到解决社会问题的方法。

CV

1966  Born in Osaka on January 11, the very day ALBERTO GIACOMETTI died.
1991  Completed the Master's Course (MFA) at Hiroshima University, Japan
1993  Lecturer at Fukuyama City Junior College for Women
        (2000~Assistant Professor, 2007~ Associate Professor)
1993  Visited the ruins of Kusadosengen (Hiroshima) for the first time and 
          begun creating artworks with the theme: 2000 years in the future.
1997  Studied in Milan, Italy as a visiting researcher, funded by the Ministry of Education
        (ACCADEMIA DI BELLE ARTI)
2002  Visited Berlin and London (received Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Young Scientists(B) from
          the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology) 
2006  Energia Art Merit Prize, Energia Culture and Sports Foundation
2009  Cultural Encouragement Prize of Hiroshima Prefecture, Cultural Foundation of Hiroshima Credit Unions
2010  Associate Professor at Shujitsu Junior College

 Lives and works in Okayama.

<Selected Solo Exhibition>

2018  “PLANET HOME|BOKUNOOKUSAN☆SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki Exhibition,”  TSUNAGI ART MUSEUM(Kumamoto, Japan)

2017  “Kurashiki Excavation Museum 2000 Years Later,”  Center For Archaeological operations Kurashiki (Okayama, Japan)
2015  “PLANET MUSEUM|SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki Exhibition,”  Taipei World Trade Center(Taiwan)

2014  “PLANET PYRAMID|SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki Exhibition,”  KYUSHU GEIBUN-KAN(Fukuoka, Japan)
2013  “PLANET TACTILE|SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki Exhibition,”  Kawasaki City Museum (Kanagawa, Japan) 
2013  “SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki × Tentoumushi Project|PLANET SCHOOL,”  Kyoto Art Center(Kyoto, Japan)
2012  “PLANET SCROLL|SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki Exhibition,”  Akiyoshidai International Art Village (Yamaguchi, Japan) 
2010  “PLANET ANTIQUES,”  YOD Gallery (Osaka, Japan)
2009  “MAWASHI PROJECT,”  Towada Arts Center & Stores of Shopping Arcade in Towada City (Aomori, Japan) 

         “SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki: “PLANET WALL,”  a piece of space APS (Tokyo, Japan)

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