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Kei Hiraga  1936-2000, JP

(Key Hiraga)
Rank (2014): 56656 – 

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to top Most exhibitions in:

Country
Japan 8
United Kingdom 2




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Artist Rank
Jirô Oyamada  40940 4
Masao Tsuruoka  83928 3
Tomio Miki  39368 3




to top Most exhibitions held at:

Institution
  Bunkyo Art, Japan 6
  The Mayor Gallery, United Kingdom 2



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1936 Born


2000 Died

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 10  Please report missing Information



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2008
   The Elegant Life of Key Hiraga - A Japanese Artist in Europe 1965 - 1974 - The Mayor Gallery, London (England)

2006
   Kei Hiraga - Bunkyo Art, Tokyo

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2013
   1950s/’60s - Bunkyo Art, Tokyo

2011
   Galleria Grafica Collection No.19 - Galleria Grafica Tokyo, Tokyo

2009
   Human Image - Bunkyo Art, Tokyo
   Artists from the 60s - The Mayor Gallery, London (England)

2008
   Group Exhibition - Bunkyo Art, Tokyo

2006
   Group Exhibition - Bunkyo Art, Tokyo

2002
   Group Exhibition - Bunkyo Art, Tokyo

1992
   Adam & Eve - Museum of Modern Art Saitama, Saitama

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 Dealer Directory  1

United Kingdom

 The Mayor Gallery, London (England)

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Japan

 National Museum of Modern Art Kyoto (MOMAK), Kyoto
 National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo (MOMAT), Tokyo

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Last update: 4 March 2014
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