Tokushige Michiro

“Slipping through Landscapes.”

Focusing on landscapes that serve as an indicator for our identity, this project will explore those landscapes that emerge whenever we examine events that we would usually overlook, notably in localities where numerous foreign residents, including migrant workers, live.

Tokushige Michiro

  • Born in Aichi, Japan.
  • Based in Aichi, Japan.

Recent major exhibitions include his solo exhibition Kobe’s Naked Army Marches On, Atelier 1, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art (2020; Japan); the group exhibition Para-Landscape Imagination to Face the Changing Reality, Mie Prefectural Art Museum (2019; Japan); Aichi Triennale Regional Development Project Windshield Time, Contemporary Art in Toyota; various facilities around Toyota railway station (2019; Aichi, Japan); Assembridge NAGOYA 2016 PANORAMA GARDEN – Discovering Signs in an Alternative Ecosystem, Pot Luck Building and Nagoya Port ‒ Tsukiji Exit area (2016, Aichi). He has also exhibited Diamonds Always Come in Small Packages at the Kunst Museum Luzern (2015; Switzerland).

  • Kobe’s Naked Army Marches On, 2020
  • Atelier 1, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan
  • Photo: Takashima Kiyotoshi