Takashi Murakami is active/lives in New York, California / Japan. Takashi Murakami is known for installation sculpture, images of commercial merchandise, female dolls, watches.
Murakami made his debut as a modern artist with the 1991 solo
exhibition "Takashi, Tamiya." In 1994 he was invited to New York
to participate in the P.S.1 International Studio Program on a
fellowship grant from the Rockefeller Foundation Asian Cultural
Council, and founded his N.Y. studio during this stay.
returned to Japan the following year, 1995, and founded the HIRPON
FACTORY in Asaka City, Saitama, as a production studio to help create
his own works, as well as nurture and handle production for young
artists. In 1998 he was invited to join the New Genre curriculum
of the UCLA art department as guest professor (www.hiropon-factory.com).
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