Michio Takayama 1903 – 1994



New Mexico
Michio Takayama: A Retrospective, The Harwood Museum, Taos, 2005
Taos: Michio Takayama Drawings from 1966-1969, The Harwood Museum, Taos, 1999
Michio Takayama, Works on Paper: Taos and Interpreting Europe, Michael McCormick Gallery, Taos, 2001, 2000\
Bryans Gallery, Taos, 1988, 1987, 1986
Michio Takayama: One Man’s Perspective: New Mexico State Fair Fine Art Gallery, Albuquerque, 1984
Stables Gallery, Taos, 1983, 1977, 1975, 1970, 1968
The New Gallery, Taos, 1983, 1981
Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, 1980
Mesa Public Library, Los Alamos, 1977, 1970
Total Arts Gallery, Taos, 1983, 1975

United States
Michio Takayama: Color and Serenity, Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Tulsa, Oklahoma and The Gallery at 6th & 6th, Tucson, Arizona, 2008
White Pine Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, 1988
Nippon Club, New York City, New York, 1988
Milly Beavers Fine Art Gallery, Boulder, Colorado, 1980
Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, California, 1978, 1969
Dan O’Shea Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1975, 1971
Winged Art Gallery, Sedona, Arizona, 1970
Yorktown Gallery, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1970, 1969, 1968
Felix Landau Museum, Los Angeles, California, 1968, 1962, 1960, 1958
Riverside Library, Riverside, California, 1967
Tenrikyo Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1957

Matsuzakaya Gallery, Tokyo, 1981
Mitsukoshi Art Salon, Sendai, 1974, 1965
Kawano Gallery, Tokyo, 1974
Hotel New Japan, Akasaka, Tokyo, 1974
Saiko-do Salon, Ginza, Tokyo, 1973
Maruzen Hall, Tokyo, 1953

Michio and Yaye Takayama Joint Exhibitions
Michio and Yaye Takayama 50th Anniversary, Stables Gallery, 1980
Couple show of oil paintings by Michio & Yaye Takayama, Konohana Gallery, Tokyo, 1964
Paintings by Mr. and Mrs. Michio Takayama: Palos Verdes Library Gallery, Palos Verdes, California, 1963

The Harwood Museum, Taos, New Mexico, 1987
Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm Springs, California, 1973, 1970
Southwest Fine Arts Biennial, Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1970
Exhibition of Japanese Artists Abroad: Europe and America, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, 1965
Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1958
Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity, Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, California, 1958, 1957

Michio Takayama (1903-1994) was committed to his art first and foremost. He expressed his vision of both inner beauty and physical majesty in richly-layered, vibrant abstract paintings.

The Michio Takayama Estate is represented by the David Richard Gallery | 544 South Guadalupe Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501 | P (505) 983-9555