He has exhibited internationally, including at Jameel Arts Centre, UAE, 2021; Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto, Canada, 2019-2020; Fondazione Prada, Italy, 2017/2020; La Boverie, Belgium, 2018; 21_21 Design Sight, Japan, 2018; Deutsche Oper Berlin, Germany, 2016, among others. He has participated in several art and photography fairs, art festivals, and biennials such as Biennale de l’Image Possible, La Boverie, Belgium, 2018; Photo London, Somerset House, UK, 2016; Paris Photo, Grand Palais, France, 2015; Art Souterrain, Palais des congrès de Montréal, Canada, 2018; Unseen Photo Fair Amsterdam, Westergas, Netherland, 2015, among others. The artist has had collaboration projects with multidisciplinary institutions, brands and creators, such as Deutsche Oper Berlin, 2016-2017; Sharjah Architecture Triennial, 2019; Issey Miyake, 2015; Balenciaga, 2020. He has produced and contributed to several art books: Code Unknown (Satoshi Fujiwara, IMA, 2015); 5K CONFINEMENT: HD environment surface surveillance (Luigi Alberto Cippini, Fondazione Prada, 2015); HORSES (Satoshi Fujiwara and Yngve Holen, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2018). His works have appeared in numerous publications and magazines such as Why Art Photography? (Lucy Soutter, 2018); Extra (FOMU, Fotomuseum Antwerp), Dialogue— 21 Artists Who Reshaped Contemporary Photography (Joanna Fu, Zhejiang Photographic Press, 2021) Blouin Artinfo, ArtReview, ArtAsiaPacific, Kaleidoscope, Tank, Vogue and King Kong, among others.
He has been the recipient of the Japan Photo Award (2014); he was nominated for several prizes such as Foam Paul Huf Award (Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, 2018); Prix Pictet Japan Award (2017); Outset (Unseen Photo Fair, 2015).
In 2020 during the coronavirus pandemic, he has remotely created a short visual essay, Werewolves Playoffs, together with German filmmaker and literary author Alexander Kluge, commissioned as part of Fondazione Prada’s Finite Rants program.