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  • Katsuhito Nakazato
    Born in Mie Pref. in 1956.
    Graduated in 1978 from Hosei University Literature Division Geography Department.

    【Photography Exhibitions】
    1990 “The man-made wilderness of Tokyo Bay” at Olympus Gallery, Shinjuku, Tokyo
    1995 “Touch of Dream” at Nikon Salon, Shinjuku, Tokyo.
    1996 “Beyond Scenes: Walking the World of Kenji Miyazawa and Santoka Taneda” in Konica Plaza, Shinjuku, Tokyo.
    1995 “Surface of the Earth Picture 〈 Terrestrial Heat Zone 〉” in Gallery Sao, Tomos, in Nihonbashi, Tokyo.
    2000 “Sheds: Innocent, Wild Construction” in INAX Gallery. Tokyo and Osaka.
    2000 “The Superficial,Icons from the Deep” in Exile Gallery, Kyoto.
    2001 “De Chirico’s Shadow” at Uchida, Azabu Juban, Tokyo.
    2004 “Rising Darkness” in Il Tempo, Kyoenji, Tokyo.
    2005 “N Town” in Uchida, Kayaba-cho, Tokyo.
    2006 “R” in Gallery Tosei, Nakano, Tokyo.
    2007 “Monologues of Sheds” in Billiken Gallery, Aoyama, Tokyo.
    1999-2008 “Night, Nature, Another Tokyo” in Ottesen Museumu and Contemporary Art Factory in Higashi Mukojima, Tokyo.
    2008 “ULTRA: Critical Night” in Chukyo Univ. C Square, Nagoya.

    2008 “ULTRA ” Chukyo University C · Square.Nagoya

    2008 “ULTRA ” IDEM Photo Gallery Sirius.Shinjuku,Tokyo

    2009 “ULTRA ” Mie Prefectural Art Museum .Tsu,Mie

    2010 ” Boundary in Landscape ” Yoshizawa Garden Gallery.Ichikawa,Chiba

    2011 “Grimm” Hasu no hana. Unoki,Tokyo

    2011 “Taki-Tokyo 1983-2011” Taki Historical Museum.Taki-cho, Mie

    2012 “The ancient lights Boso-Echigo tunnels” Echigo Tsumari Art Triennial2012. Tokamachi, Niigata

    2013 “Ryugu” Morioka Shoten.Nihonbashi Tokyo

     

    【Group Exhibitions】
    2006 “Bokuto Photograph Exhibition” in Kinshicho Warehouse, Tokyo.
    2007 “Visibles and Invisibles” in Tokyo University of Art Museum,Tokyo.
    2008 “Soil: Power of Earth” in Gumma Prefectural Museum of Art.

     

    【Photograph Installation】
    2000 “Row House Maze” in Row Houses at Mukojima, Tokyo.
    2000 “Platform C” in the caves of Cappadocia, Republic of Turkey.
    2000 “Five Senses Factory” at a devastated thread plying factory at Mukoujima Exhibition.Tokyo.
    2001 “World’s Smallest Photography Exhibition” at Nikke Colton Plaza, Ichikawa, Chiba.
    2002 “Diorama View of Ome” at SAKURA FACTORY, Ome, Tokyo.
    2002 “Dead Stock Blues” in the 3rd Town Musemum at an out of business beauty paralor, Fuji Yoshida, Yamanashi.
    2002 “Brownish End” at the 1st WANAKIO at Agriculural Union Warehouse, Naha, Okinawa.
    2003 “Green Darkness” at Art Space Mayu, Kyobashi, Tokyo.
    2003 “Magic Hour” at Gallery Rakufu, Urawa, Saitama.
    2003 “Marilyn at Back Alley” at the 2nd WANAKIO ata an out of business snack bar, Naha, Okinawa.

     

    【Workshops】
    2002 “Moving Sheds” making sheds with devastated materials, Meguro-ku Museum Workshop Interesting Construction School, Tokyo.
    2004 “Orange Shop Project” to make local jam making, Mukojima Year 2004, Tokyo.
    2005 “Floating Shed Project” at NPO Forest Museum of Art, Yokogawa Cabin Floating Project, Iwaki, Fukushima.
    2008 “Town of Picture Postcards” at the town walking and postcard making project, Yanaka, Tokyo.

     

    【Books of Photographs】
    1991 “The man-made wilderness of Tokyo Bay” (Rokko Publication)
    2000 “Portraits of Sheds”(Media Factory)
    2002 “De Chirico’s shadow” (Wides Publication)
    2004 “Wandering Back Alleys” (Seiryu Publication)
    2006 “R” (Toseisha)
    2006 “Tokei”(Mokudosui)
    2007 “Geography of colors” (Seiryu Publication)

    2009  “ULTRA ” (Nippon Camera)

    2011  “Grimm” (Seiryu Publication)

     

    【Collaborations】
    1999 “Sheds: Working Construction” (INAX Publication)
    2003 “Magic Hour” (Pie Books, text by Jun Nakano)
    2004 “Row House Meze” (Pie Books, text by Jun Nakano)
    2005 “Night Seening” (Kawade Shobo Sinsha, text by Jun Nakano)
    2007 “Monologues of Sheds”, a book of photographs for children (Billiken Publication, text by Shuntaro Tanikawa)
    2007 “Stones Beautiful, Stones Fantastic” (INAX Publication)
    2008 “Sightseeing to End of Tokyo” (Kotu Sinbun, text by Jun Nakano)
    2008 “Self-Build” (Kotu Shinbun, text by Osamu Ishiyama)

    Now, Associate Professor at Tokyo University of Art and Design

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