Kazuko Miyamoto

Works
EXHIBITIONS: 2010
Bio

Born in 1942, Tokyo, Japan
Lives and works in New York, USA

 

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2018 – Take Ninagawa, Tokyo, Japan
2017 – Kazuko Miyamoto: Works 1964 – 1980, Zürcher Gallery, New York, USA
2017 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Zürcher Gallery, New York, USA
2016 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Circuit, Lausanne, Switzerland
2015 – Bodily Tactics, Japan Foundation, Delhi, India
2014 – Invisible Exports, New York, USA
2013 – Container, EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2012 – Live End Dream No, EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2012 – Kazuko’s Lost Painting, (curated by David Hammons), onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2010 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Galleria Allesandra Bonomo, Rome, Italy
2009 – In Search of Lost Time, onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2009 – String and Thread, (with Sol LeWitt), EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2008 – Kunsthalle Krems, Krems, Austria
2007 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
2004 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
2003 – Behind Paradise Door, onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2000 – Maki Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1999 – 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, USA
1998 – Paradigma, Knstverein Firma, Linz, Austria
1995 – Memories of Lost Materials, Keen Gallery, New York, USA
1995 – Kazuko Miyamoto, 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, USA
1992 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Kenkeleba House Gallery, New York, USA
1990 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Keen Gallery, New York, USA
1988 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Neue Galerie, Linz, Austria
1985 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Brecht Forum, New York, USA
1985 – Kazuko Miyamoto, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, USA
1984 – Wheels and Shadow, Storefront Gallery for Art and Architecture, New York, USA
1983 – A.I.R. Galery, New York, USA
1975 – A.I.R. Galery, New York, USA
1973 – Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
1973 – 55 Mercer Gallery, New York, USA

 

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2018 – EXILE X Summer Camp: May the bridges I burn light the way, EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2018 – May the bridges I burn light the way [5x5x5 collateral program for Manifesta in Palermo], Cre.Zi Plus, Palermo, Italy
2018 – Women are very good at crying and they should be getting paid for it, Kaufmann Repetto Gallery, New York, USA
2017 – Four Weeks and Forty-Five Years, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, USA
2017 – Minimalist Anyway – Lydia Okumura, Kazuko Miyamoto, White Rainbow, London, UK 2017 – Grotto Capitale, EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2017 – Japan House at Arte SP, Japan House, Sao Paulo, Brazil
2016 – 1970’s: 9 Women and Abstraction, (curated by Dr. Barbara Stehle), Zürcher Gallery, New York, USA
2016 – Drawing Dialogues, Selections from the Sol LeWitt Collection, (curated by Beatrice Gross and Claire Gilman), The Drawing Center, New York, USA
2016 – Jazz: Art of K and D, (with David Fenn), onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2015 – Ausstellung 61, EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2015 – Raciality, onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2015 – Eppur si muove, (curated by Christophe Gallois), Musée d’Arts Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
2015 – We Paint Experiment, (with David Fenn), onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2014 – Janela. Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods, Kochi Muziris Biennale and Museum of Goa, India
2014 – Post-Op. Perceptual Gone Painterly 1958-2014, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France
2013 – Holiday Pop-Up Shop, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York, USA
2013 – Conceptual Tendencies 1960s to Today II:Body, Space, Volume, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
2011 – Document Performance, EXILE Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2011 – NO NONESSENTIAL CONVERSATIONS BELOW 10,000 FEET, Ceres Gallery, New York, USA
2011 – A PLACE TO WHICH WE CAN COME, The Abandoned Convent of St. Cecilia, New York, USA
2011 – New York→Tokyo, Pray for Japan, Juichigatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2008 – Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
2007 – Black & White, Lentos Museum, Linz, Austria
2006 – femme brut(e), Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, USA
2006 – From Haarlem to Harlem, Galerie Nieuw Schoten, Haarlem, USA
2005 – Art From Detritus, Gallery MERZ, Sag Harbor, New York, USA
2004 – Kleinigkeiten, Kliemsteinhaus, Linz, Austria
2001 – Woman and Children in Solidarity with the Afghan Women’s Mission, (curated by Angela Valeria and Kazuko Miyamoto), onetwentyeight, New York, USA
2000 – Gerald Jackson and Kazuko Miyamoto, Maki-Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1999 – Drawn from Artists’ Collections, The Drawing Center, New York, USA
1998 – Contrasts, Brooklyn Brewery, New York, USA
1995 – Art from Detritus, Massman Gallery of Rockhurst College, Kansas City; Henry St. Settlement Abrons Art Center, New York, USA
1995 – On the Line, Selections from the LeWitt Family Collection, Wadsworth Antheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1992 – Nature, Wadsworth Antheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1992 – In Your Face, Politics of Body and Personal Knowledge, AC Project Room, New York, USA
1992 – The New World Order III, The Curio Shop, Artists Space, New York, USA
1991 – Open Mind: The LeWitt Collection, Wadsworth Antheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, USA
1988 – Father, Asian American Art Center, New York, USA
1988 – Six Contemporary Sculptors, Montclair, New Jersey, USA
1987-88 – Works from Suitcase, a travelling exhibition, (curated and participated by Kazuko Miyamoto and Paul Fischnaller), Austria and Poland
1985 – Asian Artists in New York, A’ Gallery, New York, USA
1982 – Cric Crac, (with Charles Abrahams), Franklin Furnace, New York, USA
1982 – Contemporary Drawings, Larry Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA
1981 – Isamu Ishikawa and Friends, Nissin Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1981 – Five Elements, Kenkeleba House, New York, USA
1981 – A.I.R. Goes to Sweden, Lunds Konsthall, Lund, Sweden
1980 – Art Across the Park, Central Park, New York, USA
1979 – Three Outdoor Sculptures, Roosevelt Public Library, New York, USA
1979 – Recent Acquisitions: American Prints, Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
1979 – A Great Big Drawing Show, P.S.1, New York, USA
1978 – Works of A.I.R. Artists, (participated and curated by Kazuko Miyamoto), Ginza Kaigakan, Tokyo, Japan
1978 – Kazuko/Denise Green, Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
1978 – Art Forum Show, P.S.1, New York, USA
1978 – Overview: Five Years of A.I.R., P.S.1, Long Island City, New York, USA
1977 – Fiber Workers: North and South Americas and Japan, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
1976 – Soho New York, Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany
1975 – John Weber Gallery Invitational Show, John Weber Gallery, New York, USA
1972 – 13 Women Artists (Louise Bourgeois, Loretta Dunkelman, Pat Lasch, Patsy Norvell, and Joyce Robins) Women’s Ad Hoc Committee, 117-119 Prince Street, New York, USA
1971 – Four Artists, Pace University, New York, USA

 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Daimler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
Lentos Art Museum, Linz, Austria
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA
National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan
Princeton University Art Museum, USA
Sol LeWitt Collection, USA
Wadsworth Antheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, USA

 

PUBLIC COMMISIONS

1978 – String Construction, College of Optometry, State University of New York, USA

 

AWARDS

2006 – Federico II: Premio Internazionale di Pittura; Bari and Palermo
2003 – Francis J. Greenburger Foundation Award
1979-80 – National Endowment for the Arts, CAPS

 

RESIDENCIES

2011 – Eleanor, Winterhafen, Artist Residency on Boat, Linz, Austria
2008 – Factory/Kunst Halle, Krems, Austria
1982 – Artist in Residence in Bryant Park, Public Art Fund, New York, USA

 

EDUCATION

1968 – Art Students League, New York, USA
1964 – Gendai Bijutsu Kenkyujo (Contemporary Art Research Studio), Tokyo, Japan