現代美術家 宮島達男のスタジオスタッフが運営するウェブサイトです。

This Website is run by staff of Tatsuo Miyajima Studio, introducing the latest news and projects of the artist.

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1986年、東京藝術大学大学院修了。1988年、ヴェネツィア・ビエンナーレ、新人部門に招待され、デジタル数字を用いた作品で国際的に注目を集める。以来、国内外で数多くの展覧会を開催。世界30カ国250か所以上で作品を発表している。1997年、ジュネーブ大学コンペティション優勝。1998年、第5回日本現代芸術振興賞受賞。1998年、ロンドン芸術大学名誉博士授与。2006-2016年、東北芸術工科大学副学長。2012-2016年、京都造形芸術大学副学長。2020年度、文化庁より 芸術選奨文部科学大臣賞

代表作に「Mega Death」、「Sea of Time」、「Time Waterfall」など。また、長崎で被爆した柿の木2世を世界の子どもたちに育ててもらう活動、1996年から「時の蘇生・柿の木プロジェクト」も推進している。




Tatsuo Miyajima
Contemporary Artist
b.1957, Tokyo, Japan

Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in 1986, Miyajima was invited to the Venice Biennale in the young artist’s section in 1988, where his works using digital numerals attracted international attention. Since then, he has held numerous exhibitions in Japan and abroad. In 1997, he won the first prize at the University of Geneva Competition; in 1998, he received the 5th Japan Contemporary Art Promotion Award; the same year, he received an honorary doctorate from University of the Arts London. From 2006 to 2016, he served as Vice President of Tohoku University of Art & Design; from 2012 to 2016, he served as Vice President of Kyoto University of Art and Design. In 2020, he received the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s Art Encouragement Prize from the Agency for Cultural Affairs.

Miyajima’s representative works include Mega Death, Sea of Time, Time Waterfall, etc. Since 1996, he has also been promoting the “Kaki Tree Project,” an activity to raise the second generation of persimmon trees that were exposed to radiation in Nagasaki by children all over the world.

Major Collections

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Japan; Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo; Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan; Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan; Headquarters of TV Asahi, Japan; Tate Collection, UK; Foundation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, France; Lenbachhaus Museum, Germany; National Gallery of Canada; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, USA Taipei Fine Arts Museum (Taiwan), Denver Art Museum (USA), Leeum Samsung Museum of Art (Korea), British Museum (UK), etc.

Artist Website:tatsuomiyajima.com