Timeline

1950
Born in Tokyo, Japan, the third son of Matsuzaki Shuki, a Nihonga painter
1972
Graduated from Tamagawa University, School of Fine Arts, ceramic art major
1980
Received the Kokugakai Arts Association Nojima Award
1982
Became an associate member of the Kokugakai Arts Association
1984
Received the Associate Members’ Prize of Excellence Award from the Kokugakai Arts Association
1986
Became a full member of the Kokugakai Arts Association

Exhibitions

2008
Burning Tradition exhibition, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2007
Thirty Years of a Living Tradition exhibition, Goldmark Gallery, Uppingham, Rutland, United Kingdom
2006
Transformation and Use exhibition, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2005
Solo exhibition, Ruthin Craft Center, Ruthin, Wales, United Kingdom
2005
International Ceramics Festival, Aberystwyth, Wales, United Kingdom
2005
Solo exhibition, Rufford Gallery, Nottinghamshire, England
2004
Elemental Force exhibition, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2003
Turning Point: Oribe and the Arts of Sixteenth-Century Japan exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
2002
Tradition Today exhibition, Pucker Gallery, Boston, MA
2001
Solo exhibition, Rufford Gallery, Nottinghamshire, England
1995
Group exhibition, Gallery Dai Ichi Arts, New York, NY
1995
Six Master Potters of the Modern Age exhibition, Babcock Gallery, New York, NY
1993
Modern Japanese Ceramics exhibition, Elysium Art, New York, NY