Biography of Reiji HIRAMATSU
1941 - Japanese painter Reiji HIRAMATSU was born in Tokyo.
1960 - Exhibited in the Seiryushaten Exhibition.
1965 - Graduated from the Aichi University.
1977 - Won the Soga-kai Prize and the Spring Exhibition Prize.
1979 - Won the Grand Prize at the 1st Exhibition of the Chunichi Art Award.
1980 - Won the Award for Excellence at the 2nd Exhibition of the Central Japanese Painting Art Award.
1983 - Solo Exhibition.
1984 - Established the Yokono-kai (Dissolved in 1993).
1986 - Solo Exhibition at Tokyo International Forum.
1987 - Exhibited in the 'New Generation of Japanese Painters' Exhibition.
1988 - Won the 1st MOA Art Museum Mokichi Okada Prize and the Award for Excellence.
1989 - Won the Grand Prize at the 10th Exhibition of the Yamatane Art Museum Award.
1990 - Exhibited in the Nihon Shusaku Art Exhibition.
1991 - Exhibition of Modern Japanese Screen Painting in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Contemporary Japanese Painting Exhibition in Beijing, China.
1992 - Solo Exhibition at Kiyosumi Gallery, Ginza.
1993 - Solo Exhibition at Mitsukoshi Main Store.
Solo Exhibition at Narukawa Museum of Art.
1994 - Visited Paris for the first time.
Solo Exhibition at Point JAL Gallery, Paris.
1995 - Solo Exhibition in Hong Kong.
1996 - Solo Exhibition at Tokyo Tamkashimaya.
Solo Exhibition in Taiwan.
Invited to 'The 200th Anniversary of Alois Senefelder's Invention of Lithography', France.
1998 - Solo Exhibition in South Korea.
2005 - Visited Vietnam. (Japan Foundation)
2006 - Resigned as the Professor of the Tama Art University.
Took office as the President of the Ryotokuji University.
Founded Reiji Hiramatsu Hall in Yugawara Art Museum.
2007 - Resigned as the President of the Ryotokuji University.
2012 - Completed the 'Tower of Love', the monument to the memory of a new campus of Aichi University.
Currently, Reiji HIRAMATSU is independent and not affiliated with any artist groups.
Councilor of The Japan Association for the promotion of Arts.
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