Kenjiro Hosaka

Kenjiro Hosaka (born in 1976) is curator of the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. Hosaka graduated with MA in Art History from Keio University, and is specialized in Contemporary/Modern Art and Francis Bacon. He has curated many exhibitions such as “Architectural Creation: Peter Märkli and Jun Aoki” (2008), “A Perspective on Contemporary Art 6: Emotional Drawing” (2008), “Touch the world” (2009), “Where is Architecture? Seven Installations by Japanese Architects” (2010), “Leiko Ikemura: Transfiguration” (2011), and “Valerio Olgiati” (2011). Hosaka is co-writer of many books including “Jun Aoki Complete Works 1991 – 2006” (2004, INAX Publishing) and “I will be a curator” (2009, Film Art), and writes many articles as a contributor to many magazines and newspaper including “Subaru” “Bijyutsu-techo” and “Asahi-shimbun”. Hosaka is currently an adjunct lecturer of Musashino Art University.


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Kenjiro Hosaka