Naoki Ishikawa

- Selected Works
- Biography

Naoki Ishikawa is a photographer and climber born in 1977 in Tokyo, Japan.

He obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Waseda University in 2002. In 2005 he obtained his Master in Fine Arts at the Tokyo University of the Arts where, three years later, he obtained a doctorate.

He exhibited his work in solo and group exhibitions in Japan as well as in the rest of the world. He won great number of awards. He published his photographic work in different books: Pole to Pole (ChuoKoron Shinsha, 2003), Void (Knee High Media, 2005), New Dimension (AKAAKA, 2007), Polar (Little More, 2007), Vernacular (AKAAKA, 2009) and Mt. Fuji (Little More, 2009)

He works as a Special Research Fellow at the Institute for Art Anthropology at Tama Art University in Tokyo.

- Exhibitions
  • 2012

    Ishikawa Naoki - Gallery Place M, Tokyo

  • 2011

    Viaje - Galería Ramón Alva de la Canal, Xalapa
    8848 - SCAI the Bathhouse, Tokyo

  • 2010

    Transformation - Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT), Tokyo

  • 2009

    ARCHIPELAGO, Canon Gallery S, Tokyo
    ARCHIPELAGO, The Chukyo University Art Gallery C-Square, Nagoya
    Mt. Fuji, Osaka Nikon Salon, Osaka
    TRAVELOGUE 2000-2009, Fukuoka Camera Museum, Toyama
    Artist File 2009 - The NACT Annual Show of Contemporary Art - The National Art Center Tokyo, Tokyo

  • 2008

    VERNACULAR, INAX Gallery, Tokyo
    Mt. Fuji, Nikon Salon, Tokyo
    Now Jump - Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin-si

  • 2007

    POLAR, SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo
    NEW DIMENSION, Nikon Salon, Osaka
    NEW DIMENSION, Nikon Salon, Tokyo
    POLAR, KONICA MINOLTA PLAZA, Tokyo
    Emerging Artists in Meguro: Seven Artists, Seven Aspects - Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo

  • 2005

    THE VOID, Nikon Salon, Tokyo
    learning curve: ROUND and ROUND - Art Gotham, New York City, NY

  • 2003

    For circumpolar stars, Epson Imaging Gallery epSITE, Tokyo

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