Represent Artist

    Profile
    1945
    Born in Miyazaki, Japan
    Lives and Works in Chiba
    Solo Exhibitions
    2018
    "Unnen", NANZUKA, Tokyo, Japan
    2016
    "Genei", 舊香居, Taipei, Taiwan
    "SELECTED WORKS 1972-2016", NARWHAL, Toronto, Canada
    "Toshio Saeki Prints Sale", Kartel, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2014
    "YUMENOZOKI", TACO ché, Tokyo, Japan
    "YUMENOZOKI", 6jigen, Tokyo, Japan
    "TOSHIO SAEKI", Trance Pop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    "The Red Box", NARWHAL, Toronto, Canada
    "TOSHIO SAEKI", AISHONANZUKA, Hong Kong, China
    2013
    "TOSHIO SAEKI", The Print House Gallery, London, UK
    "TOSHIO SAEKI", BA'ALEI HAMELACHA, Tel Aviv, Israel
    2011
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2010
    "Toshio Saeki Early Works", 111minnagallery, San Francisco, US
    "Oedipal Indescretions, Edible Obsessions: Early Work of Toshio Saeki", Glenn Horowitz Bookseller East Hampton Gallery, New York, US
    GALARIE DA-END, Paris, France
    2009
    Trance Pop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2007
    Subterraneans, Osaka, Japan
    Trance Pop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2006
    "TOSHIO SAEKI", Erotic Museum, Paris, France
    Trance Pop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2005
    "Saeki Toshio", Naruse Bijyutsu-Za, Tokyo, Japan
    2004
    Trance Pop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2002
    Trance Pop Gallery, Kyoto, Japan
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    2001
    "Saeki Toshio", Chuo University Art Gallery, Aichi, Japan
    1999
    Span Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
    1996
    Kebunsha Anfail, Kyoto, Japan
    1995
    ATOM AGE GALLERY(AZZLO), Tokyo, Japan
    1994
    Up's Gallery(UPTIGHT), Tokyo, Japan
    1985
    Gray Box Gallery, San Jose, US
    1975
    Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Sendai, Morioka, Fukushima, Japan(traveled)
    1972
    "Akai-Hako(Red Box)", Gallery Decor, Tokyo, Japan
    1970
    "Saeki Toshio", Paris, France
    Group Exhibitions
    2015
    "Happily Until Their Deaths", NARWHAL, Toronto, Canada
    2007
    "Tatsuhiko Shibusawa Fantasy Museum", Saitama Prefecture Museum, Saitama, Japan
    2006
    "Jyomon Period and the Contemporary World", Aomori Prefecture Museum, Aomori, Japan
    2002
    "Art&Lust", Wild Seduction Gallery, Miami, US
    1997
    "Contemporary Japanese Erotica", Gallery Luisotti, Los Angeles, US
    1965
    "Illustrations of two people", Sennichi Gallery, Osaka, Japan
    Bibliography
    2016
    "Rêve écarlate", published by Pierre Cornelius
    "Misemono: Misemono gakkai gakkaishi No.6", published by Shinjuku Shobo
    "Arara bikkuri damashikko:Kagaku no tomo", published by Fukuinkan
    2015
    "Bikkuri tejina de damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.551", published by Fukuinka
    2014
    "Yume-Nozoki", published by Kokushokankokai
    2011
    "Yumegakure Hebimaru", published by Ugetu Syoukai
    2010
    "ONIKAGE", published by Last Gasp
    "Kādo asobi de damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.491", published by Fukuinka
    2009
    "Ongakuno-Shigoto", published by Trans Pop
    2007
    "Akai-Hako(Red Box)- revised version", published by Wairea Publishing
    2006
    "Showa Wanpaku Asobizukan", published by Biriken Shupan
    "Saeki Toshio 70", published by Seirin Kogei-sha
    2005
    "Himo to wagomu de damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.439", published by Fukuinka
    2004
    "Saeki Toshio Jonen Emaki(Dreadful Picture Scroll)", published by Seirin Kogei-sha
    2003
    "Gokuraku-Cho (Pictures from Heaven)", published by Sawarabi Book Kobo
    "Chimushi 2 Go", published by Editions Treville
    2002
    "Chimushi – revised version", published by Editions Treville (Pan-Exotica)
    "Earliest Works of Toshio Saeki", published by Seirin Kogei-Sha
    2001
    "Saeki Toshio Inkenka(Lustful Sword Flowers)", published by Kawade Shobo
    "Tejinakko:Kagaku no tomo No.393", published by Fukuinka
    1999
    "Yume Manji (Dream Swastika)", published by Jiyu Kokumin-Sha
    1997
    "THE EARLY WORKS - Toshio Saeki", published by Treville
    1996
    "Chimushi II", published by Editions Treville
    "Mamimumemongakun", published by Fukuinka
    "Okina poketto No.56", published by Fukuinka
    "Arara bikkuri damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.319", published by Fukuinka
    1995
    "Chimushi I(Dimentia Insects)", published by Editions Treville
    1992
    "Saeki Toshio Yoga-Kan(Apparition House)", published by Arachi Shuppan
    1991
    "Kami to hasami de damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.273", published by Fukuinka
    "Tejina de damashikko:Kagaku no tomo waiwai asobi", published by Fukuinka
    "Damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.44", published by Fukuinka
    1990
    "JAPON INTIME", published by Albin Michelle
    1989
    "Tejina de damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.247", published by Fukuinka
    1987
    "Janken pon", published by Fukuinka
    1983
    "Damashikko:Kagaku no tomo No.167", published by Fukuinka
    1980
    "Janken pon:Kagaku no tomo No.131", published by Fukuinka
    1979
    "Gento bouzu playing book", published by Shinshokan
    1978
    "Classmate", published by KK booksellers
    "Usugesho(light makeup)", published by KK booksellers
    1973
    "Yumedenaiyume", published by Yamato Shobo
    1972
    "Akai-Hako(Red Box)", published by Ashiga Shoten
    1971
    "Saeki Toshio Gashu", published by Gakugei Shorin
    1970
    "Saeki Toshio Gashu(Works of Saeki Toshio)", published by Agleman Publishing
    Film
    1979
    "Perhaps I Will be Late for Class Tomorrow", directed by Michelle Bosch, Argos Film Production
    Event
    2000
    Displays a 33'x30' giant mural painting for the stage at 'Ozzfest' Rock Festival in US