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Shin Miyazaki

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Shin Miyazaki 
Western-style Painter

Western-style Painter

Born in Yamaguchi prefecture in 1922. Always draws inner mental scenery. His screens are filled with the passion to say life praise, and his spirit to approach the root of life is conveyed. Professor Emeritus of Tama Art University.
SHIN MIYAZAKI (in Japanese)

This Artist's Public Art Works

History

1922
Born in Yamaguchi prefecture
1942
Graduated from Oil Painting Department, Japan Art College
1950
Returned from Siberia (detained for 4 years)
1957
Won a prize at Kofukai (in 1958 also)
1959
Became a member of Kofukai Art Association
1964
Held the 1st solo exhibition at Ginza Shiseido gallery
1966
Won a prize at the Japan Fine Arts Exhibition (Nitten), and became an advisor there
However, has not exhibited there since 1971
1967
Received the 10th Yasui Award (Sotaro Yasui Memorial Award)
"Show performer" was collected by National Museum of Modern Art
Held the 2nd solo exhibition at Ginza Shiseido Gallery
1968
Held the third solo exhibition at Nihonbashi Gallery
Exhibited his work by invitation from JAF at Contemporary Japanese Art Exhibition
"Woman" was collected by the Hakone Open-air Museum
1969
Held the 4th solo exhibition at Nihonbashi Gallery
1971
Held the 5th solo exhibition at Nihonbashi Gallery
1972
Went to 11 countries in Europe
1974
Returned home
1976
Withdrew from Kofukai Art Association
Held Shin Miyazaki exhibition at Takashimaya in Tokyo and Osaka
Became a lecturer at Tama Art University
"Traveling performer" and others were collected by Yamaguchi Prefectural Art Museum
1977
Held Shin Miyazaki sketch exhibition at Humanite in Nagoya and Hiro Gallery in Tokyo
1978
Organized Concrete Exhibition for Tomorrow, and became a coterie
1979
Exhibited his work at the first Concrete Exhibition for Tomorrow
Visited Soviet Union
Held the 6th solo exhibition at Osaka Form Gallery (in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya)
1980
Exhibited his work at the 2nd Concrete Exhibition for Tomorrow
Exhibited his work at Japan Excellent Works Exhibition
日本に「1% フォー・アート」の実現を
日本に「1% フォー・アート」の実現を
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