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Kaori Watanabe



Kaori Watanabe



b. 1984, Shizuoka, Japan



Education:

2007

B.F.A. in Kyoto Saga University of Arts, Kyoto, Japan



2009

M.F.A. in Kyoto Saga University of Arts, Kyoto Japan





Solo Exhibitions:

2016

Private Heroine, Imura Art Gallery, Kyoto



2012

Morning good news, imura art gallery, Tokyo



2011

Morning good news, imura art gallery, Kyoto



2008

inOrigami, imura Art Gallery, Kyoto



2007

SHOMATSUSOSHOSHIRAN, Ishida Taiseisha ICB, Kyoto





Group Exhibitions:

2014

Japon, Abbaye Saint Andre, Meymac, France



2013

Kyoto Art Biennial, The Museum of Kyoto, Kyoto

ZIPANGU, Takasaki City Museum of Art, Gunma, Hachinohe City Museum of Art, Aomori, Akita Museum of Modern Art, Akita



2012

ZIPANGU, Nihonbashi Takashimaya, Osaka Takashimaya, Kyoto Takashimaya

Jumpei UEDA/Satoshi SOMEYA/Kaori WATANABE from ZIPANGU, imura art gallery, Tokyo, Kyoto

Takashimaya Rose Art session, Shinjuku Takashimaya, Tokyo

ZIPANGU, The Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum, Niigata



2011

The philosophy of eyes, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art-Annex, Kyoto



2010

Kyoto Japanese painting new exhibition, MUSEUM E-KI, Kyoto



2008

Discovery 2008, SEIKA gallery, KEY Gallery, Tokyo



2007

Graduate Exhibition, Kyoto Saga University of Arts

One room show, Kyoto Saga University of Arts, Kyoto



2006

GUTAI E AU IN ITALIA, spacio fisico, Italy

GEISAI #9, Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo

RE.UNION, Create Hamamatsu, Shizuoka

Japanese Clothes Wafuku Fashion Show, Kyoto Saga University of Arts, Kyoto

7 Contemporary Artists, Galleria Graphica Tokio, Tokyo



2005

AU exhibition, Liceo Artistico Statale di Venezia, Italy

GEISAI #7, Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo

RE.UNION, Create Hamamatsu, Shizuoka

GEISAI #8, Tokyo Big Sight, Tokyo



Awards:

2009

Graduate Special Award for Graduate Exhibition 2009, Kyoto Saga University of Arts



Commission Work:

2009

Cooperated for TV program DAMASHIE UTAMARO broadcasted on TV Asahi



2007

Participated in making a panel on a Noh stage of Yamasaki Hachiman Shrine, Hyogo



2006

Cooperated in making picture which was used in film SAKURAN directed by NINAGAWA Mika

Joined in mural workshop on set for film SUKIYAKI WESTERN DJANGO directed by MIIKE Takashi

Donated replica of the image of Yoshino-dayuu to Joshin-ji Temple, Kyoto