Enokura received an MFA in painting at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 1968, and taught there from 1975 until his death in 1995.Read More
During his lifetime, he had numerous solo exhibitions at Japanese galleries and museums, including the Saito Memorial Kawaguchi Museum of Contemporary Art and the National Museum of Art, Osaka, in 1994. In 2005, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, held a major retrospective. Enokura's work has also been included in landmark surveys, such as Re: Quest―Japanese Contemporary Art since the 1970s, Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Korea, 2013; Reconsidering Mono-ha, National Museum of Art, Osaka, 2005; Avanguardie Giapponese degli Anni 70, Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna di Bologna, 1992, and Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, 1993; Venice Biennale (1978); Biennale of Sydney (1976); Paris Biennale (1971); and Tokyo Biennale '70: Between Man and Matter, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (1970).
Text courtesy Blum & Poe.
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