Keiichi Tanaami
Japanese, born 1936
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Collected by a major museum
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
Selected exhibitions
Neo Silkscreen by 360°Graphics,
Minnano Gallery
Keiichi Tanaami - Land of Mirrors,
Gary Tatintsian Gallery
Intimate Curiosity—Invitation to Japanese Collectors of Contemporary Art,
Hong Kong Arts Centre

Keiichi Tanaami is a seminal figure in Japanese Pop art. “Most of my expressions are based on my actual experiences,” he has said. “The countless amount of stimulative experiences, happenings and encounters…they become the keywords of my expressions.” Best known for his cartoonish and colorful paintings that blend dream figures and references to childhood experiences with pop culture iconography, Tanaami has also worked in video, animation, as well as graphic design and commercial illustration, drawing profound influence from the work of Andy Warhol.