Works

CV

Taro Izumi

Born in 1976, Nara, Japan
Lives and works in Tokyo, Japan

2002 MFA, Tama Art University, Japan

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017

“A Child Suddenly,” 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
“←contact,” Take Ninagawa, Tokyo
“Night Lie,” Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris
“Pan,” Palais de Tokyo, Paris

2015

“Wa Ra Doki Po kai No Jyutu,” Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo

2014

“The Combine PI, The Liberty PO,” Take Ninagawa, Tokyo
“No Night, Day Neither,” Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden

2010

“Kneading,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018

“Stop and Go,” Hara Museum ARC, Gunma
“Visions of Exchange: Mercedes-Benz Art Scope Award 2009–2017,” Daimler Contemporary Berlin
“Par amour du jeu 1998-2018,” Magasins généraux, Pantin

2017

“In Focus: Contemporary Japan,” Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minnesota
“Japanorama – A new vision on art since 1970,” Centre Pompidou-Metz
“Mercedes-Benz Art Scope 2015-2017: Wandering to Wonder,” Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

2016

“Paradoxa. Japanese Art Today,” Casa Cavazzini, Udine

2015

“In Our Time: Art in Post-industrial Japan,” 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa

2014

“Twentieth Anniversary Special MOT Collection: Chronicle 1995-,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

2013

“Roppongi Crossing 2013: OUT OF DOUBT,” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

2012

“VOICE OF IMAGES,” Palazzo Grassi – Francois Pinault Foundation, Venice
“Real Japanesque: The Unique World of Japanese Contemporary,” The National Museum of Art, Osaka

2011

“Yokohama Triennale 2011: OUR MAGIC HOUR – How Much of the World Can We Know? -,” NYK Waterfront Warehouse (Bank ART Studio NYK), Yokohama

2010

“Trust: Media City Seoul,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul

2009

“Waiting for Video: Works from the 1960s to Today,” National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

2007

“Out of the Ordinary: New Video from Japan,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
“The Door into Summer – The Age of Micropop,” Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki

Exhibitions