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b. 1977, Japan

Futo Akiyoshi Biography

Born in Osaka in 1977. Currently lives and works in Nagoya. Graduated from Nagoya University of Arts in 2001 and completed the Post Graduate and Research Program in Art in 2003. Stayed in Berlin since 2011 through 2018, granted for Emerging Artist of Overseas Study Grant of Agency for Cultural Affairs, Japan in 2011–2012 and also granted for Oversea Research, Pola Art Foundation in 2013.

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Selected recent exhibitions include A Museum-wide Collection Exhibition: The Myriad Forms of Visual Art: 196 Works with 19 Themes (The National Museum of Art, Osaka), 19th DOMANI (The National Art Center, Tokyo), if nothing else (NON Berlin, Berlin, Germany) in 2016, Adherence (SEXAUER, Berlin, Germany) in 2015, VOCA–The Vision of Contemporary Art 2014 (The Ueno Royal Museum, JP) in 2014, Do not touch!? (Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, JP) in 2013, Garden of Painting–Japanese Art of the 00s (The National Museum of Art, Osaka, JP) in 2010, and more.

Text courtesy Taro Nasu.

Futo Akiyoshi Featured Artworks

12. 17 / 15. 17 by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshi12. 17 / 15. 17, 2018Oil on canvas
52 x 70 cm
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5. 17 / 17. 17 by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshi5. 17 / 17. 17, 2018Oil on canvas
52 x 70 cm
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20. 17 / 19. 17 by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshi20. 17 / 19. 17, 2018Oil on canvas
52 x 70 cm
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2. 17 / 14. 17 by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshi2. 17 / 14. 17, 2018Oil on canvas
52 x 70 cm
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16. 17 / 13. 17 by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshi16. 17 / 13. 17, 2018Oil on canvas
52 x 70 cm
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4. 17 / 5. 17 by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshi4. 17 / 5. 17, 2018Oil on canvas
52 x 70 cm
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naked relations by Futo Akiyoshi contemporary artwork
Futo Akiyoshinaked relations, 2016Oil on acrylic board
55 x 42 cm
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Futo Akiyoshi Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Futo Akiyoshi, We meet only to part at Taro Nasu, Tokyo
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31 August–29 September 2018 Futo Akiyoshi We meet only to part Taro Nasu, Tokyo
Contemporary art exhibition, Futo Akiyoshi, something too much at Taro Nasu, Tokyo
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20 May–25 June 2016 Futo Akiyoshi something too much Taro Nasu, Tokyo

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