|HIROMITSU MORIMOTO: Biography
b. 1942, Yokohama, Japan
BA California State University, 1967
Hiromitsu Morimoto, (Yokohama, Japan, 1942) received a Bachelor of Arts from California State University, CA, 1967, and studied at the Art Students League, New York (1967-1968). He has had solo exhibitions in the U.S., Japan, and Brazil, and Switzerland and group exhibitions in all these countries as well as South Korea and China (Hong Kong). Morimoto is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Photography and has received awards and grants from Polaroid Corporation, the 11th International Biennial of Prints, Tokyo, the Creative Artists Public Service Program, New York, and others.
Morimoto is the subject of several books including Silver and Graphite and publications including Antilipseis, Artnews, The New York Times, Print Collector's Newsletter, Spot Magazine, and others. The photography of Hiromitsu Morimoto is represented in the permanent collections of numerous museums including the Baltimore Museum of Art, Brookings Institute, Washington, DC, Japan Foundation, New York, Milwaukee Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Museum of Modern Art, New York, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, and Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan.
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