Tanaami, Keiichi

Tanaami, Keiichi

Given name: 敬一
Family name: 田名網
Birthday: Jul 21, 1936
Website: http://keiichitanaami.c...
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Tanaami Keiichi is an artist, graphic designer and animation filmmaker. While still a student at the Mushashino Art University, his career took off when he received a special selection award at the 1958 Japan Advertising Art Exhibition. He participated in the Animation Festival at Sogetsu Art Center in 1965 and 1966, after which his animation works frequently screened at international film festivals such as International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, New York Film Festival and Ottawa International Animation Festival. Tanaami became known as a leading figure of pop art and psychedelic art in Japan as his print-based, sculptural works and films grew increasingly popular in the 1960-70s. Designing record covers, posters, and taking on the role of Art Director for the Japanese edition of PLAYBOY in 1975, he often bridged commercial work and art practice ––it was just as likely to see his work on a magazine cover as an art exhibition. Now represented by NANZUKA, his career continues to be as prolific as ever with works exhibited recently at Walker Art Center, Museum of Modern Art (New York), Hamburger Bahnhof, and Tate Modern.

(Source: Collaborative Cataloging Japan)
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4.Eyes
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4.Eyes Re-Mix 2005
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Adventures in Beauty Wonderland
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Aki no Puzzle
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Blow Up 2
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Chirico
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Commercial War
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Crayon Angel
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Dreams
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Fetish Doll
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Flicker Love No.1
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Get Back on the Hill
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Goldfish Fetish
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Good-by Elvis and USA
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Good-by Marilyn
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Green Red
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Hannyashingyou
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Issunboushi (2007)
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Jam Pot
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Jinkou no Rakuen
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Kamen no Marionette-tachi
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Kanojo no Dokushinshatachi ni Yotte Hadaka ni Sareta Seifuku no Shojo Kenkyuu
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Kaze no Kokyuu: Animation ni Yoru Oufuku Shokan
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Landscape
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Madonna (Movie)
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Madonna no Yuuwaku
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Memories: Younenki no Joukei
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Natsu no Shisen 1942
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Ningen Moyou
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Noise
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Oh Yoko!
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Pussy
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Rainbow Scene
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Red Colored Bridge
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Run & Roll
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Scrap Diary
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She
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Shunga
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Sweet Touch of Love
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Tanaami Keiichi no Shouzou
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The Harmonic Gleam Vibration
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The Laughing Spider
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Tokyo Loop
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U.F.O
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Walking Man
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Why
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Why Re-Mix 2002
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Women
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Yami no Kioku, Yume no Inei
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Yasashii Kinyoubi
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Youshi Kei: Mou Hitotsu no Nijiiro Toshi
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Yume 10 Yoru
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buddylee4 | Oct 1, 2018 11:25 PM
Cool guy


WashmaButt | Feb 27, 2018 12:50 PM
art at its finest


Hypeantonio | Jan 31, 2018 6:53 AM
Seizure-Sama.


bitchassdarius | Jan 29, 2018 12:19 PM
plebs can't recognize good art. tanaami probably has more worldwide acclaim than the creator of your favourite anime


Shion | Dec 6, 2017 8:04 AM
wtf...


Reinhard | Dec 5, 2017 2:34 PM
I have achieved enlightenment.


DancingTheBa | Oct 9, 2017 5:29 PM
Can't say I'm the biggest fan of his.. Art. Maybe it's 2deep4me or maybe they're just garbage. Hell if I know.


VladimirNabokov | Aug 28, 2017 6:08 AM
God of animation


Shion | Apr 26, 2017 1:33 AM
This guy makes Miyazaki look like shit


E1ctstus | Feb 17, 2017 4:30 AM
Possible inspiration for the Magica Quartet? Seems likely so, to me.


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