Takashi Murakami (Japanese, 1962)

Takashi Murakami

Japanese | 1962

Takashi Murakami is a Japanese Asian Modern & Contemporary artist who was born in 1962. His work is currently being shown at multiple venues like Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York. Numerous key galleries and museums such as Perrotin, New York have featured Takashi Murakami's work in the past.Takashi Murakami's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 1 USD to 15,161,000 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Since 2000 the record price for this artist at auction is 15,161,000 USD for My Lonesome Cowboy, sold at Sotheby's New York in 2008. Takashi Murakami has been featured in articles for Chicago Sun-Times, Sydney Morning Herald and The Wall Street Journal. The most recent article is In Sotheby’s Hong Kong Sales, a Story of Flips That Didn’t written for ARTnews in April 2024.

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Recent Auction Results

Assignation of a Spirit - Takashi Murakami

Assignation of a Spirit

By Takashi Murakami
Jellyfish Eyes - Cream 4 - Takashi Murakami

Jellyfish Eyes - Cream 4

By Takashi Murakami

Current Exhibitions


Perrotin, Seoul (Dosan Park)
Gangnam-gu | Seoul | South Korea
Mar 28,2024 - Apr 27,2024

Collection III: 2023

Jan 20,2024 - May 06,2024

Andy Warhol’s Long Shadow

Gagosian, Hong Kong
Central | Hong Kong | Hong Kong
Mar 25,2024 - May 11,2024


In Sotheby’s Hong Kong Sales, a Story of Flips That Didn’t
How to See the Art, Buy the Artwork and Hear from the Artists at This Week’s Expo Chicago
The Highlights from This Year’s Rejuvenated Art Basel Hong Kong


..Kץrin was known for his elaborate decorative screen paintings with rich gold foil and for his textile designs...

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..Arguably the most internationally acclaimed artist to emerge from Asia in the postwar era, Takashi Murakami effortlessly navigates between the worlds of fine art and popular culture and is best known for...

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The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA


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Mori Art Museum

..A lightning rod of cultural dichotomies (high/low, ancient/modern, oriental/occidental), Murakami believes the artist to be one who perceives and limns the borders between worlds...

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Gagosian Gallery, New York (24th Street)

..By reviving this powerful image of Manichean paradox as a form of vanitas in relation to self-portraiture, Murakami provides a bold interpretation of a classical genre within a wholly new iconography...

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Gagosian Gallery, London (Davies Street)

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