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MASARU TATSUKI

1974 Born in Toyama Prefecture, Japan.
1995-96 Worked for Studio Fobos.
1997 Studied under Kyoji Takahashi.
1998 Started as an independent photographer.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2008 DECOTORA, Little More Chika, Tokyo, Japan
2008 DECOTORA, Tai Gallery, New Mexico, USA
2010 KURAGARI #0, DISH, Tokyo, Japan
2012 TOHOKU, Konica Minolta Plaza, Tokyo, Japan
2012 Is the Blood Still Red?, SLANT, Ishikawa, Japan
2012 Is the Blood Still Red?, BASE CAMP, Tokyo, Japan
2013 TOHOKU, FOIL Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
2013 KURAGARI, Gallery SIDE2, Tokyo, Japan

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010 BASARA, Spiral Garden, Tokyo, Japan
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, Changchun Library, Changchun, China
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, City of Perth, Council House, Perth, Australia
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, 1911 Revolution Museum, Wuhan, China
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, The Japan Cultural Institute in Rome, Rome, Italy
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, Beijing World Art Museum, Beijing, China
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, Japan Foundation Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2012 PINK PHOTO EXHIBITION, BA-TSU Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

AWARDS

2012 Kimura Ihei Photography Award

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ARTIST BOOKS

2007 DECOTORA, Little More, Tokyo
2011 TOHOKU, Little More, Tokyo
2011 Is the Blood Still Red?, SLANT, Ishikawa
2013 KURAGARI, super books, Tokyo

CATALOGUE & OTHER PUBLICATIONS (SELECTED)

2009 Japanese Photographers 100, Infas Books
2011 See/Saw, Chronicle Books, California
2012 TOHOKU: Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers, The Japan Foundation, Tokyo

ARTICLES (SELECTED)

2007
photo pages. HONK HONK!, VICE Magazine USA, Volume15 Number4

2008
interview. Decotora, photo-eye

2010
photo pages. Flash motor, The light files, Holland Herald

2011
interview. Shashin no Katachi Vol.14, FUJI FILM official website
photo pages and essay. Kings of the Road, Nippon.com

2012
photo pages. Render Yourself Empty, VICE Magazine USA, Volume19 Number7
discussion with Shinichi Nakazawa, Memories of lands, ecocolo, No.62
photo pages. From the land called as TOHOKU, quarterly Tohokugaku, No.30