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1966 Born in Osaka on January 11, the very day ALBERTO GIACOMETTI died.
1989 Graduated from Hiroshima University, Japan
1991 Completed the Master's Course (MFA) at Hiroshima University, Japan
1997 Studied in Milan, Italy as a visiting researcher, funded by the Ministry of Education. (ACCADEMIADI 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
Selected Solo Exhibitions

"Dragon Road - The Whereabouts of Dragons in the 41st Century," Senkoji Temple mountain trail, Onomichi shopping center, and elementary schools in Onomichi, Hiroshima, Japan
"Pieces of Time: Museum in the 41st Century-The Whereabouts of the Jomon and Modern Era," TATSUNO Museum, Nagano, Japan
"PLANET STREET: The Station, Town and Art Museum Excavated 2000 Years in the Future," Sakura City Museum of Art; SAKAE-cho ; and Keisei SAKURA station, Chiba, Japan

2005 "PLANET MUSEUM OF ART/TWO ROOMS," Nagi Museum Of Contemporary Art, Okayama, Japan
"APS Series: "a piece of work" - #07 SHIBAKAWA Toshiyuki: "PLANET PIECES," a piece of space APS, Kobo Kaidanshita, and other places inside the building, Tokyo, Japan

"ART NETWORK: PLANET MUSEUM OF ART / 0NE ROOM," Fukuyama Art Museum, Hiroshima, Japan

2003 "Adventure to PLANET MUSEUM," Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of History, Hiroshima, Japan
2001 "Today's Artist: PLANET CIRCLE," Osaka Contemporary Art Center, Osaka, Japan

"Message from the 41st Century," DAVID HALL, Okayama, Japan

1995 Ginza Surugadai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Selected Group Exhibitions

"Contemporary Forms - Life & Art - : The Forms of Intoxication," Higashi-Hiroshima City Museum of Art, Hiroshima, Japan
"Touch and Enjoy Contemporary Art Exhibition," Hamada Children's Museum of Art, Shimane, Japan
"The World of Art Extending from the Impressionists"” Hamada Children's Museum of Art, Shimane, Japan
"Art in Fukujyukaikan"” Fukujyukaikan, Hiroshima, Japan
"TAMA VIVANT 2006," Tama Art University, Tokyo / Minatomirai Station, Yokohama, Japan


"VOCA 2005: The Vision of Contemporary Art," The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan
"ARTOM60-The contemporary art exhibition for the 60th anniversary of the atomic bomb," The former Bank of Japan, Hiroshima Branch, Hiroshima, Japan

2002 "Hiroshima Art Document 2002," The former Bank of Japan, Hiroshima Branch, Hiroshima, Japan
2000 "The Land of Dragon: Onomichi: The Symbol and Forms," Onomichi City Museum, Hiroshima, Japan
"Touching and Feeling-Modern Art Exhibition," Kaita Town Museum of History and Folklore,
Hiroshima, Japan
Selected Workshops

"Create Future Dragon," Hamada Children‘s Museum of Art, Shimane, Japan
Workshop to the 41st Century: Let’s Rub out the Jomon Period and the Today onto Paper!" Tatsuno Museum, Nagano, Japan

2005 "Create Future Landscapes!!," Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa, Japan
"Rubbing the Future School onto Paper!," Nishigahara Elementary School, Tokyo, Japan
2003 "Create Prints of Today! : Challenging Shiko Munakata," Hiroshima Art Museum, Hiroshima, Japan
"Create Prints of Today!: Challenging Miro," Nariwa Art Museum, Okayama, Japan
Other Artistic Projects

"Experience Museum Workshop," Fukuyama Art Museum, Hiroshima, Japan
Open Studio: "Welcome to My 41st-Century Art Supplies Shop!;" Hamada Children's Museum of Art, Shimane, Japan
Lecture: "An introduction to art for people who do not like art." The University of The Air
Film “Chanko;” Assisted with the scenario and art direction; appeared in the film, which was held at Shinjuku TOA and other movie theaters throughout Japan.
Special Lecture: The Present-Day Fossils Excavated in the 41st Century, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan

2005 Published the documentary catalog "41st-Century Adventure Museum" (received grant from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Technology)