HITOSHI NAKAZATO

1936 Born in Machida, Tokyo

EDUCATION

1966 Graduate School of Fine Arts, University of Pennsylvania, MFA
1964 Summer University of Wisconsin, Madison
1964 University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, MS in Art
1960 Tama Art University, Tokyo BFA

GRANTS:

1982 Japan/United States Consortium for Environmental Planning and Design, Ohio State University
1974–75 Creative Artist’s Public Service, New York State
1966-67 John D. Rockefeller III Fund

Solo Exhibitions

2010 NAKAZATO Hitoshi: New York/Machida—Line Outside/Black Rain, Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Machida, Tokyo, Japan
2009 After 55 Years, Keikando Gallery, Obirin University, Tokyo
Hiroshima Revisted – Black Rain, Pageant Soloveev Gallery, Philadelphia
Hiroshima Revisited – Black Rain II, NY Coo Gallery, New York
2007 Print Series, Arthur Ross Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Painting Series,
Ice Box Gallery, Philadelphia
2006 NYCoo Gallery, New York
2005 From Sphere to Cube, Pageant Soloveev Gallery, Philadelphia
2004 Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo
2003 Unfolding Gibon Sengai, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Luisiana
2002 Line Outside, Montpelier Center for Culture and Arts, Maryland
2001 Geo-Prospective, The Ericson Gallery, Philadelphia
2000 Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo
1999 Line Outside Series, The Ericson Gallery, Philadelphia
PWS Gallery, Seoul Print Fair, Seoul, Korea
Gallery Julliet, Trieste, Italy
1998 Gallery Kuranuki, Osaka Line Outside/Homage to Sen Gai,
Nesbit Gallery, Drexel University, Philadelphia
1997 Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
1994 Paintings, Frank Martin Gallery, Muhlenberg College, PA.Prints, Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA
Tompkins College Center Gallery, Cedar Crest College, PA
1993 Tokyo Gallery, TokyoTokyo Gallery Soko, Tokyo
1992 Mahakara Series, Gallery Kuranuki, Osaka
1990 Yoseido Gallery, Tokyo
1989 One Eleven One / Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
1987 Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
1986 AIP Gallery, Philadelphia
Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo
1983 Ten Gallery, Fukuoka
Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya
1982 Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
1981 Mei Gallery, TokyoRecent Work, organized by Yoshiaki Inui
Art Salon Gallery, Ashiya, Hyogo Prefecture
Bridgeport University, Connecticut
1980 Muramatsu Gallery
TokyoGross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia
1979 Soker-Kaseman Gallery, San Francisco
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
New Works on Paper, Eric Makler Gallery, Philadelphia
Recent Paintings, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
1978 Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo
Mercer College, New Jersey
West Chester College, Pennsylvania
1977 Print Club, Philadelphia
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
1976 Upstairs Gallery, San Francisco
1970 Pinar Gallery, Tokyo
1968 Cheltenham Art Center, Pennsylvania

Group Exhibitions

2009 Ben and I, Yoseido Gallery, Tokyo
HAFH Exhibition
, NYCoo Gallery, New York
2008 30 Year Anniversary Exhibition, The National Museum of Art, Osaka
2008, 2002, 2000, 1991, 1990, 1987 Group Exhibition, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo
2003 50th Anniversary Exhibition, Yoseido Gallery, Tokyo
Artists Choose Artists
, Samuel Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia
In Between
Hitoshi Nakazato, Kyoji Majima, Kankankyo Gallery, Tokyo
2002, 1998 Contemporary Japanese Prints, Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, Heifa, Israel
2000 60th Anniversary Exhibition, Cheltenham Center of Art, Cheltenham, PA
Prints of 2000
, Fisher Gallery, Bard College, New York
1999 1999 Invitational Exhibition, University Hawaii at Hilo, Hawaii
1998 Contemporary Japanese Prints, Tikotin Musuem of Heifa Museum, Israel
50th Anniversary Exhibition, Foundation of Arts & Science, Long Beach Island, NJ
Artists Choose Artists, Benjamin Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia
1997 Nine into Twenty One, Korea Gallery, New York
PennArt, KPF Gallery, New York
Contemporary Japanese and Japanese American Artists Prints, Parish Gallery, Washington, DC
Inside/Out, Brandywine Worshop, Philadelphia, PA
1996 Hitoshi Nakazato/Marco Frascari Collage/Prints/Drawings, Burrison Art Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
East Fusion: Contemporary Asian American Art in New York, Hillwood Art Museum, Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus, Brookville, New York
1995 Painting ’95, Gallery Kuranuki, Osaka
Series, Art in Tokyo No., 7, Concerning Line, non-existant Modernism/Invisible Realism, Itabashi Museum, Tokyo
1994 Cross and Square Grids, Saitama Museum of Modern Art, Urawa
Aspects (1979 – 1994), Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Gunma
Brandywine Fire House Exhibition, Philadelphia
Visions In Between, Taipei Gallery, New York
1993 The Structure of Painting, Japanese Contemporary Stripes, Bumpodo Gallery, Tokyo
Drawings ’93, Kuranuki Gallery, Osaka
Visions in Between, Fukuoka Museum, Hiroshima, Japan; New Trends Gallery, Taichung,Howard Salon Taipei, Taiwan; Park Ryu-Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea; The Taipei Gallery, New York
1992 Visions in Between, Ise Art Foundation, New York
NICAF, Yokohama International Contemporary Art Fair, Yokohama
1991 American Color Print Society, Philadelphia, PA
1990 American Color Print Society, Philadelphia, PA
Penn Prints, Thirty Years of Printmaking at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
1989 American Paintings, Takamatsu Museum of Modern Art, Takamatsu
Recent Paintings, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo
1987 International Gallery 52, New York
Painting 1977 – 1987, The National Museum of Art, Osaka
1986 Contemporary Japanese Art, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan
International Gallery 52, New York
1985 Japanese Prints, Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya
Yamamura Collection, National Museum of Art, Osaka
1984 Human Document ’84/’85, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
Japanese Contemporary Paintings, 1960 – 1980, Gunma Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Maebashi
1981 CAPS Artists, State Museum, Albany, New York
1980-1981 Competition for Central Station Mural, Philadelphia
1979 Contemporary Drawings: Philadelphia II, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
1978 ACIA Permanent Collection – Alternative Center for International Art, New York
The Last 3 Years – A Selection of Recent Acquisitions, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia
Drawings, Cheltenham Art Center, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania
12th National Print Exhibition, Silvermine Guild of Artists, New Canaan, Connecticut
1978 Philadelphia Teaches Printmaking, Associated American Artists, Philadelphia
1977 20th Century American Prints, Philadelphia Museum of Art
Prints in Series: Idea into Image, Brooklyn Museum, New York
Japan Art Festival-10th Anniversary, Contemporary Japanese Painting, Tokyo
Over-Sized Prints, Art Alliance, Philadelphia
1976 Bicentennial Exhibition: Prints and Photographs, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia
Bicentennial Show: Three Hundred Years of American Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art
1975 Young Artists, Union Carbide Building, New York
1975 Ten Artists, Center for International Art, New York
1974-1975 American Color Print Society, Philadelphia; Prize 1975, 1978
1973-1974 Art of Surface: A Survey of Contemporary Japanese Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney;traveled to Adraide, Perth, Australia
1973-1974 Japanese Artists in the Americas, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, and National Museum ofModern Art, Tokyo
1972 Cheltenham Show, Philadelphia Museum of Art
1971 Opening Show, Kurai Gallery, Tokyo
Tokyo Gallery, ’71 Show, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
10th Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo
1970-1971 Contemporary Japanese Art, Guggenheim Museum, New York, Philadelphia Civic Center, Art Museumat the University of California, Berkeley
1970 Artists Today – 1970, YokohamaShell Art Show, Tokyo
Japan Art Festival, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
1969 Print and Drawing Show, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Contemporary Art Outdoor Festival, Yokohama
1968 American Drawings, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia
163rd Annual Show, American Drawings, Pennsylvania Academy of Art, Philadelphia

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS:

Museum of Modern Art, New York
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
Moore College of Art, Philadelphia
Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, Philadelphia
Hyogo Museum of Modern Art, Kobe
Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
National Museum of Art, Osaka
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art, Tokyo
Tochigi Museum of Art, Utsunomiya
Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Takamatsu Museum of Modern Art, Takamatsu
Shizuoka Museum of Art, Shizuoka
Setagaya Museum of Art, Tokyo
Okayama Museum of Art, Okayama
Ohara Museum of Modern Art, Kurashiki
Wakayama Museum of Modern Art, Wakayama
Japan Foundation, Kokusai Koryu Kikin
Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, AL
University of Mentevallo, Montevallo, AL
Tikotin Museum of Haifa Museum, Israel
Kyushu Sangyo University Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Machida, Tokyo

Mural Projects:

1988 Musashi Kyuryo Club (architect: Arata Isozaki), Saitama
1987 Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
1970 Furukawa Pavilion (mural), Expo ’70, Osaka