Takahashi was born in Saitama Prefecture, Japan in 1980 and he received a BFA in Painting at Tokyo Zokei University in 2015. He ventured an oeuvre from around 2011 through 2016, which includes “Night Painting”, followed by "Day Painting", "Sleeping Painting", "Daydream" and "Toy", etc. He looked deeply into himself and created "Night Painting” alone at night, such tranquil yet passionate enthusiasm is expressed by overwhelming impastos consisting of layers of thick pigments. As he has become a morning person due to marriage and the birth of his child, he turned his eyes to the external world and transformed his works into bright, thinly painted "Day Painting”. “Sleeping Painting”, he tries to apply layers of varnish as if trying to isolate himself from the work by covering a blanket (futon). “Daydream” series incorporates ideographic characters and symbol-like depiction with reference to eras in Japanese history. On the other hand, “Toy” seems to challenge the difficulty of capturing the most familiar items around his living space and refers to children’s toys as motifs. As such, the situations and issues he faces at any given time serve as the motivation for his artworks. As a result, the diversity of his works reflected the artist's profound humanity. Takahashi’s major exhibitions include “Halfway Happy Vol. 5, Daisuke Takahashi – RELAXIN’ (gallery αM, 2021), “Sazaedo 2020 – Modern Spiral and a Hundred Paintings” (Art Museum & Library, Ota, 2020), “NEW VISION SAITAMA 5 – The Emerging Body” (Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, 2016), “Present-Day Paintings: Two-Dimensional Works of Four Artists” (Kawagoe City Art Museum, 2015), and “The Way of Painting” (Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, 2014).