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Iida Shoji CV

Reference: Yoshihisa Shirai・Gisyo Tachibana・Honnami Kiyoshi

Organized and selected by Honnami Kiyoshi

1927          

6th Dec. born in Shizuoka, Japan

1939          

Educated at Yu-Cheng technical school, Fushun, Fengtian Province, Manchuria(under Japanese rule)

1946          

Returns to his hometown Shizuoka from Manchuria after WWII

1947         

 Included in “Freedom of Fine Art Exhibition”(1958~65?) held by Free Artist Association, Japan.

Meets Aso Saburo.

2019          

22th Oct. dies in Shizuoka, Japan

Selected Exhibition

1954                 

“6th Yomiuri Independent” , Japan

1955                 

“Group Exhibition of Five Artists: Sigenobu Hakino・Michihiko Harima・Minoru Hayakawa・Iida Shoji・Yosihiro Kawaguchi”  YOSHIMI BOOKS, Shizuoka, Japan

“7th Yomiuri Independent” , Japan

1956                  

“8th Yomiuri Independent” , Japan

1957                  

“2nd Contemporary Paintings Group Exhibition” Shizuoka Prefectural Civic Center, Shizuoka, Japan

1959                 

“Iida Shoji Oil Painting Exhibition”  YOSHIMI BOOKS, Shizuoka, Japan

1960                 

“Group Exhibition of Eight Artists: Takashi Itou・Sirou Itou・Tomiko Osawa・Susuki Yoshinori・Iida Shoji・Maeda Morikazu・Benn Itou・Ishiko Jyunzo”  YOSHIMI BOOKS, Shizuoka, Japan

1962                 

“Iida Shoji Exhibition”  Ohgiya, Shizuoka, Japan

1964                 

“1st Art group SHOKU Exhibition”  Shizuoka Prefectural Industry Hall, Shizuoka, Japan

“2nd Art group SHOKU Exhibition”  Shizuoka Prefectural Industry Hall, Shizuoka, Japan

1966                 

“Group SHOKU Exhibition”  Otani Gallery, Shizuoka, Japan 

“GEN-SHOKU”  Souenn Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 

“Iida Shoji Solo Exhibition”  Ogikubo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1967                 

“Iida Shoji Solo Exhibition” Ohgiya, Shizuoka, Japan

“GEN-SHOKU: Adventurers chasing virtuality and reality” Shizuoka Prefectural Civic Center, Shizuoka, Japan  

“Non-Freedom of Expression Exhibition” Muramatsu Galleery, Tokyo, Japan 

“Group GEN-SHOKU (  )Exhibition” Shinjyuku Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 

“Art in Wonderland” Tokyo gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1968                 

“8th Ogikubo gallery’s selection Exhibition” Ogikubo gallery, Tokyo, Japan ※Winner           

“Trick and Vision – Stolen Eyes” Tokyo Gallery and Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

“8th Tokyo Biennale” Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan 

“Fluorescent Chrysanthemum” Tokyo Gallery and Minami Gallery,

Tokyo, Japan ※Exhibited in Japan

“Anti-war and Liberation Exhibition” Muramatsu Gallery, Chikyudo gallery, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

“Thousand dollar bill, Non-Freedom of Art” Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

“GEN-SHOKU”  YOSHIMI BOOKS Art Gallery, Shizuoka, Japan

“Japanese Contemporary Art: Fluorescent Chrysanthemum”, ICA, London  (Exhibition tour in Chicago afterwards)

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