Kazuko Miyamoto

 

Born 1942 in Tokyo.

Lives and works in New York.

Education

1964-68 Art Students League, New York City
1962-64 Gendai Bijutsu Kenkyujo (Contemporary Art Research Studio), Tokyo

Selected Exhibitions

2016
Kazuko Miyamoto, Circuit, Lausanne. Curated by Matthieu Poirier
Beatrice Balcou | Kazuko Miyamoto, L’ISELP, Brussels. Curated by Florence Cheval

2015
Eppur si muove. Musée d’Arts Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg. Curated by Christophe Gallois
Bodily Tactics.  Japan Foundation, Delhi (solo). Curated by Luca Cerizza
Migrating Forms and Migrating Gods. Kochi Muziris Biennale and Museum of Goa, India. Curated by Valentina Levy

2014
Post-Op. Perceptual Gone Painterly 1958-2014. Galerie Perrotin, Paris. Curated by Matthieu Poirier
The Pink Gaze (with Atsuko Tanaka, Yoko Ono and Chiharu Shiota), Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive, Spoleto & Museo Nazionale d’Arte Orientale ‘Giuseppe Tucci’ in Palazzo Brancaccio, Rome. Curated by Valentina Levy
Invisible Exports, New York (solo)

2013
Holiday Pop-up Shop, Paula Cooper Gallery, New York
Fukuyama Arts Festival, Japan
Conceptual Tendencies II, Daimler Contemporary, Berlin

2011
Juichigatsu Gallery, Tokyo

2010
Galleria Allesandra Bonomo, Rome

2009
Gallery onetwentyeight, NYC

2008
Kunsthalle Krems, Krems, Austria

2007
Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
Black & White; Lentos Museum, Linz, Austria (group)

2006
From Haarlem to Harlem; Galerie Nieuw Schoten, Haarlem, The Netherlands (group)
femme brut(e); Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London (group)

2005
Art From Detritus; Gallery MERZ, Sag Harbor, NY (group)

2004
Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy

2003
Behind Paradise Door, gallery onetwentyeight, NYC

2000
Maki-Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1999
55 Mercer Gallery, NYC

1996
Kunstverein Firma Paradigma, Linz, Austria

1995
Memories of Lost Materials, Keen Gallery, NYC

1992
Kenkeleba House Gallery, NYC

1991
Open Mind; Sol LeWitt‘s Collection, Wadsworth Antheneum, Hartford (group)

1988
Neue Galerie Linz, Austria

1984
Wheels and Shadow, Storefront Gallery for Art and Architecture

1983
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC

1982-‘83
Sculpture Installation, Artist in Residence in Bryant Park (Public Art Fund), NYC

1980
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC

1979
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC

1977
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC
Fiber Workers: North and South Americas and Japan, The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan (group)
Ginza Kaigakan (Catalogue by Lawrence Alloway), Tokyo

1975
A.I.R. Gallery, NYC

1973
Wall Works; Rosa Esman Gallery, NYC (group)
Marilena Bonomo Gallery, Bari, Italy
55 Mercer Gallery, NYC

1972
13 Women Artists, Women’s Ad Hoc Committee, 117-119 Prince Street, New York, NY

Performances and Stage Set (selection)

2007
Kazuko dances at Nancy Spero’s; Nancy Spero Studio
Stream and Green Tea, dance and music collaboration with Patricia Parker and Teatro La Tea, NYC

2004
Umbrella Dance; Lodz Biennale, Poland
Life Dance with Gloria Mclean, Andes, NYC

1998
How to be a Perfect woman; (with Vernita and Billy Bang)

1998
Her Father, Collaboration with Gloria McLean Dance Co., Tenri Art Center, NYC
Untitled; collaboration with Gerald Jackson and Toki Osaki, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC
Shadows & Puppets & ABC, ABC No Rio, NYC


Selected Reviews and Publication

2009
Kunst aus Fäden, Welt am Sonntag, Germany

2005
Art From Detritus, The East Hampton Star, Nov 10

2004
Lodz Biennale in Art in America

1998
Her Father, New York Times, July 25 by Jennifer Dunning

1984
Midsummer Night‘s Dream, Artforum, January by Jean Silverthorne, pp.74
Midsummer Night‘s Dream , New York Times, Dec 28 by Grace Glueck

1980
Reviews – New York City, Artforum, October, by Ronny H. Cohen, p.75

1979
Reviews, Arts Magazine, May, by Janet Heit, p.16