Kaishin Gallery

Biography

KAISHIN Biography

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1947: May 6th, born in Kitakyushu-city, Fukuoka prefecture.

1967: Entered Daito Bunka University as Chinese literature major. Studied under Toseki Ando.

1971: Graduated from Daito Bunk University. Became high school teacher in Chiba prefecture.

1972: Toseki Ando passed away. Kaishin’s alone challenge in calligraphy started.

1982: First exhibition in Ginza, Tokyo. Has since held his own exhibition every three years.

1998: Presented “Shohokyojuho” (Calligraphy teaching method) at The University of Maryland.

2001: Retired as high school teacher. Now teaches at Chiba University.

Solo Exhibitions:

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2016:
25th A la Maison de la Culture du Japon à Paris / A l’ Atelier Visconti
24th Ibasen Ukiyoe Museum
23th French Restaurant Pin,Japan

2015:
Expo Milano 2015,Italy
“La Paix Universelle” Eglise de la Madeleine ,Paris

2014:
22th Moronobu Hishigawa memorial, Chiba, Japan
21th Artexpo New York 2014, New York, USA

2013:
20th Tokyo Ginza Gallery Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

2011:
19th Tsukino Sabaku memorial, Chiba, Japan

2010:
18th / Beijing, China
17th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2009:
16th / Gekou Gallery, Tiffany Ginza building, Tokyo, Japan
15th / Moronobu Hishigawa memorial, Chiba, Japan

2008:
14th / Chiba Sogo, Chiba, Japan

2007:
13th / RIHGA Royal Hotel, Fukuoka, Japan
12th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2006:
11th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2004:
10th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2002:
9th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2001:
8th / Kazusa Akademia Hall, Chiba, Japan
7th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1998:
6th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1995:
5th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1992:
4th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1989:
3th / Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1986:
2th / Yufukiya Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1982:
1th / Yufukiya Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

# Tokyo Ginza Gallery Art Museum: It is one of the biggest galleries in Tokyo, Japan.
# Kyukyodo Gallery: It is one of the most famous galleries in Japan.
# Moronobu Hishigawa memorial: Moronobu Hishigawa established the UKIYOE print in the 1600s.

Group Exhibitions:

2011:
Kyukyodo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan