Untitled by Hiroshi Tachibana
15.5″ H x 13″ W
Gift of the Artist
About the Artist
Hiroshi Tachibana is an Japanese contemporary painter, currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Born in Hyogo, Japan, Tachibana earned a Bachelor of Fine Art from the School of Visual Arts followed by a Master of Fine Arts from Bard College’s Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts.
Tachibana has lived in New York, San Fransisco and Tokyo. His works have been widely exhibited across the United States and Japan, most recently in “50 seconds” an exhibition at soda in Kyoto. Tachibana was an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. He was also a fellow in the Murree Museum Artist’s Residency in Muree, Pakistan as well as at Studio Project Vol.3 MAT Nagoya in Nagoya, Japan.
Hiroshi Tachibana has been a member of RoCo since his participation in our 2019 exhibition Take Back the Walls, a juried show featuring artists working for art institutions.
Learn more about Hiroshi Tachibana on his website, hiroshitachibana.com.
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