Daisuke Takeya

Daisuke Takeya is a Toronto-Tokyo based interdisciplinary artist, sometimes curator, collector, art educator and community advocator whose praxis is comprised of the exploration of nature and plausibility in contemporary society, and hinges on all kinds of double meanings. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Toronto, including Museum of Contemporary Art, the Japan Foundation, Toronto, Scotia Bank Nuit Blanche as well as SVA Gallery and Wagner College Gallery in New York city, Crossing Border | Border Crossing and Oil Street Art Space in Hong Kong, and Chongqing Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art in China. Daisuke has been widely exhibited in Japan, including Fukushima Contemporary Art Biennial, Sezon Art Program, Roppongi Art Night, and Prince Takamado Gallery at the Embassy of Canada. He is the curator of Field Trip Project/ Field Trip Project Asia, POWER TO THE PEOPLE, Fukushima NO ALICE, and DAICHI Projects.