Graduated from Tokyo Zokei University, Department of Fine Arts, Department of Sculpture.
-Tokyo Zokei University Graduation Research and Graduation Production Exhibition ZOKEI Award
-GEISAI # 18 Point Ranking 9th place
-Science and technology magazine Популярная механика (Popular Mechanics January issue) / Russia
-Newspaper Le Soleil (January 2020) / Canada
-Nikkei Culture (June 7th morning edition)
-next Creators / NTV
-DESIGN CODE / TV Asahi
-Eve of Break ~ Next Generation Artists ~ / BS Fuji
Atsushi Adachi is an artist who creates artworks with the theme of “recording memories”.
I believe that the things that exist in this world are engraved with its time, history and the people’s memories. By materializing the memory based on materials and data, I memorize the memory that one cannot physically see as a “record.”
In recent years, he has released not only paper but also various materials and expression methods that express “recording memory”.
He has also participated in many exhibitions at museums and galleries in Japan, Taiwan, China, the United States, etc.
Performs a wide range of exhibition activities such as holding a solo exhibition in NY.
2014"Afterglow -ZANKOU-" Art Galley Kagurazaka, Tokyo
2014"Memory -Kioku-" Ouchi Gallery, New York
2014"ZOKEI Award Selected Works Exhibition" Tokyo Zokei University Museum of Art, Tokyo
2015"The dream of the midnight sun" JINEN GALLERY, Tokyo
2015"18th Taro Okamoto Contemporary Art Award" Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki, Kanagawa (selected)
2016"Ugly Memory" LOWER AKIHABARA, Tokyo
2016"Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Selection Group Exhibition "Paper God" Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo
2017"A dream of a small universe in the moon world"JINEN GALLERY Tokyo
2017"TAMA VIVANT II 2017 -Pogative-" Tama Art University Art Take Gallery, Parthenon Tama, Tokyo
2018"TOKYO ILLUSION" Dali Art Center, Taichung
2018"Eve of Break-Next Generation Artists-Exhibition" Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo
2019"KIRIKO the MUSEUM" TOKYU PLAZA GINZA, Tokyo
2019"archive" Hankyu MEN ’s TOKYO Gallery Tugboat, Tokyo
2019"Art Liberation Area_Daikanyama" TENOHA Daikanyama, Tokyo