Yuriko Yamaguchi | Artist & Sculptor



I am an artist creating sculptures and installation work primarily; however, I make paintings and drawings too. I use hand cast resin with stainless steel, copper and brass wires. Also I use Kozo and Gampi and flax paper pulp with wires for some works. I am interested in the idea of interconnectedness of things- human beings with nature, society, science and technologies. I hope I can bring people together regardless of different origin, gender, age through my works.

Echoes/Yellow & Blue

commissioned by Boston Properties

Site: 401 9th Street, NW Washington, DC

Echo, Yellow, 4′ x 9′ x 1′, 2020, hand cast resin, stainless steel wire, LED light
Echo, Yellow, LED light on
Echo, Blue, 4′ x 9′ x 1′, 2020, hand cast resin, stainless steel wire, LED light
Echo, Blue, LED light on

After us the deluge:exhibition portrays the end of humanity, Leiden University, Netherlands, July 15-August 31, 2019

After us the flood?

Leiden university show press release, July 11, 2019

Humanity’s End as a New Beginning at Museum Haus Kasuya, October 4 – December 23, 2018 MinekeSchipper/Yuriko Yamaguchi

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Solo Exhibition Interconnected, No End Web from May 19 – June 23, 2018 in Houston, Texas


No End. An installation by Yuriko Yamaguchi

No End. An installation by Yuriko Yamaguchi from WTA – Werner Thöni Artspace on Vimeo.

Werner Thöni Artspace in Barcelona, Spain – Press Release (English & Spanish)

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Follow the Werner Thöni Artspace Facebook page

Yuriko Yamaguchi, Asia Society Texas Center, Houston, TX, April 23-August 21, 2016

A Minimalist Heaven, Electrified Romanticism and Handsome Ovals

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Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

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