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by a young writer of domestic and foreign contemporary art.


Saku Morikawa



Saku Morikawa

2001   Born in Tokyo, Japan
2023 – Current   BFA in Graphic Design, Tama Art University

Selected Exhibitions

Solo Exhibitions
“Yagi wo kakaeru otoko” Tokyo University of the Arts Graduation Exhibition Showcase, Ueno Campus, Tokyo

Group Exhibitions
“FACE2023” SOMPO Museum of Art, Tokyo
“Iime Fukurame in TOKYO 2023” Daimaru Tokyo, Tokyo
Intercollege Exhibition, GINZA YOKYO HALL, Tokyo
“ARTISTNEWGATE Finalist Exhibition” Abeno Harakas, Osaka
“ACT Art Award 2023 Exhibition” Art Complex Center, Tokyo, Japan
The 41st Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
“GEISAI#22”, Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo
“Katei/Konseki” MEDEL GALLERU SHU, Tokyo
ACT Art Grand Prize Exhibition —  Grand Prize Exhibition “Ei” Art Complex Center, Tokyo
D-art, ART2023 Nagoya, Matsuzakaya Nagoya, Nagoya
The Drifting Art Classroom Midterm Exhibition 2023 “Hare wo muda ni shita” Bigakko Studio, Tokyo
FACE2023 Small Works by Selected Artists, REIJINSHA GALLERY, Tokyo
“biscuit gallery Christmas exhibition” biscuit gallery karuizawa, Karuizawa
“True Colors” ARTDYNE, Tokyo

Intercollege Small Works Exhibition, 3331 Arts Chiyoda 104 Gallery, Tokyo
“3331ART FAIR 2022” 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo
“∴” Tama Art University Hachioji Campus, Tokyo
“changting gallery Exhibition 2022” changting gallery, Tokyo

“memento mori” Shinjuku Ganka Art Gallery, Tokyo
Liquitex the challenge 2021, Mitaka City Arts Center, Tokyo

Art Fairs

“OIL ART MARKET 2023” nap palm, Tokyo, Japan
“MEET YOUR ART FESTIVAL 2023 Time to Change” B&C HALL, Tokyo, Japan


FACE2023 — Selected
“Iime Fukurame in TOKYO 2023” Art Factory Prize — Awarded by YOD gallery
The 41st Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition —Selected
ACT Art Award 2023 — Merit Award
Changting gallery Exhibition 2022 — Selected
Liquitex the challenge 2021, Liquixtex — University Award Category


Focusing on oil painting and ceramics, he has recently been thinking and working on the cohabitation of conflicting ideas; situations and mentalities where opposing elements such as good and evil, beauty and ugliness coexist. Morisaku depicts inner contradictions and harmony through pictorial motifs.
While connecting motifs with art historical elements, Morisaku contrasts them with their own inner world and explores new perspectives of reality.