Tatzu Nishi

Tatzu Nishi
Born in Aichi, Japan,1960. Lives and works in Berlin and Tokyo.

Tatzu Nishi is internationally renowned for his large-scale public projects. His works transform familiar public items, such as a city monument or streetlight, into an object placed in a private space, like a living room or a hotel room. By transforming public structures into private spaces, he demolishes the notion of the everyday and provoke an intense frisson of excitement in the viewer.
He has presented his work in numerous places around the world, such as his recent successful completion of large-scale public projects including “The Garden Which is The Nearest to God”, Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Holland (2015); “Discovering Columbus”, New York (2012); “TRACK”, Gent, Belgium (2012); “Singapore Biennale” (2011); “Kaldor Art Projects”, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (2009); “Estuaire”, Nante/Saint-Nazaire, France (2009) and “Ecstasy”, MOCA, Los Angeles (2005). He also had “Solo Group Show – Taturo Atzu, Tatzu Nishi, Tazu Rous, Tatzu Oozu, Tatsurou Bashi, Tazro Niscino” at HAB Galerie, Nantes, France in 2015.



National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
Nissan Art Award Collection
Pavilion, Tokyo, Japan
Takahashi Collection
Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Kagawa, Japan


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