EDUCATION

1979 MFA University of Maryland, College Park, MD

1975-76 Princeton University, Directed Study

1975       BA University of California at Berkeley 

SELECTED AWARDS

2017 Werner Thoni Artspace artists residency, Barcelona, Spain, April-June   (RESIDENCY)

2014 Fairfax County Art Council Strauss Individual Grant

2010 Jentel Artist Residency award  (RESIDENCY)

2009    Rockefeller Foundation Bellangio Center artist residency award (RESIDENCY)

2008 Myrthine & Louis Memorial Prize for Installation, the National Academy of Museum, NY, NY

2008 Finalist for Kreeger Museum Award

2006 American Academy of Arts and Letters award

2005 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award

2005 Benesse Award  (Japan)

2004 Franz & Virginia Bader Foundation Grant

2001 Virginia Museum Professional Fellowship

2000 Virginia Commission of Arts Individual Grant

1995 Mid Atlantic/NEA Regional Visual Arts Fellowship

1994 Virginia Commission of Arts Individual Grant

1993 Salzburg Kunstlerhaus Artist-Residency Grant, Virginia Center for Creative Arts   (RESIDENCY)

1990 Virginia Prize

1988 Virginia Museum Professional Fellowship

1986 Visual Arts Residency Grant, Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

1985 Nominated for Award of Visual Arts

1985 Virginia Museum Professional Fellowship

1982 Fellowship, Virginia Center for Creative Arts  (RESIDENCY) 

PUBLIC COMMISSIONS

2022 EAU Palm Beach, Florida  

2020 Boston Properties, Market Place, Washington, DC 2017

2017 SRI, Reston, Virginia

2007 Metal work for South Corridor Light Rail Project, Charlotte, NC

2007 Harman Center for the Arts, Shakes Theater, Washington, DC

2015 Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, Rockville, MD

2003 Wall Mural, consisting 8 patinated bronze form at the New Washington Convention Center

1999 Wall Mural; 14′ x 27′ , consisting 28 patinated bronze forms at ConcourseT, Hartsfield International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia.  Commissioned by City of Atlanta, Department of Aviation, GA

1988 Wall Mural; 9×32 feet consisting of 41 patinated bronze forms located at   7475 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD, Sponsored by JBG Associates.

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 

2021 Addison Ripley Fine Art, Washington, DC

2021 Mclean Projects for the Arts, Mclean, VA

2019 Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands

2018 Museum of Haus Kasuya, Japan

2017 Werner Thoni Art Space, Barcelona, Spain

2016 Asia Society Texas Center, Houston, TX (April-August)

2016 Howard Scott Gallery, NY (Feb.-March)

2015 Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa

2014 Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC, (April)

2011 Howard Scott Gallery, New York, NY

2010 Towson University, Asian Gallery, Towson, MD

2009 Daryl Reich Rubenstein Gallery, The Kogod Center for the Arts, Sidwell Friends School

2009 Adamson  Gallery, Washington, DC

2007 University of Maryland Gallery, College Park, MD (Sept.-Dec.)

2007 Koplin Del Rio Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (March)

2005 Numark Gallery, Washington, DC (Nov.)

2004 Gallery NAF, Nagoya, Japan (Nov.)

2003 Numark Gallery, Washington DC (April)

2003 Le Roy Neiman Gallery,Columbia University, New York, NY (February)

2002 Sheehan Gallery, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington (September)

2002 Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (April-June)

2002 Suyama Space, Seattle, Washington (Jan. -April)

2001 Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, Delaware (June)

2000 “Poetic License” Hand Workshop Art Center, Richmond, VA (Sept.)

2000 Emon Gallery, Japan (April)

1999 Numark Gallery, Washington, DC

1999 Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1996 Sawhill Gallery, James Madison University, VA

1995 Baumgartner Gallery, Washington,DC

1994 Penine Hart Gallery, NY

1994 Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1993 Baumgartner Galleries, Inc., Washington, DC

1993 Middle Tennessee University, TN

1993 Emerson Gallery, Mclean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA

1992 SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art), Winston-Salem, NC

1992 Inax Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1991 Koplin Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

1990 Middendorf Gallery, Washington, DC

Penny Campbell, Newport Beach, CA

1989 Penine Hart Gallery, NY  

1987 Middendorf Gallery, Washington, DC

1986 SECCA (Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art),  Winston-Salem, NC

1984 Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC,  Gallery K, Washington, DC

1982  Gallery 10, Washington, DC

1981  Foundry Gallery, Washington, DC

        

MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS

2022 “The End of the World and New Beginning,” Cobra museum, Amstelveen, Netherlands

2015 “Interconnected: Art, Nature, Science and Technology”, Figge Museum, Iowa, Jan.-May (solo show)

2014 “K@20”, Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC (Feb.-July)

2013 “Washington Art Matters:1940s-1980s”, American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC

2013 “Nature’s Toolbox:Biodiversity, Art and Invention”, Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita, Kansas

2012 “Nature’s Toolbox: Biodiversity, Art and Invention”,  Field Museum, Chicago, IL

2011 “Unison/Washington Artists”, Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC

2010 “Cocoran Collection from 1945” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC

2008 “The Missing Peace: Artists & Dali Lama”, Daikanyama Hillside Terrace, Tokyo, Japan

2007 Riverside Museum, CA

2007 “The Missing Peace: Artists & Dali Lama”, Rubin Museum of Art, NY (catalogue)

2006 “The Missing Peace: Artists & the Dali Lama”, Fowler Museum, UCLA (catalogue)

2005 Southwest School of Art & Craft Museum, (Two persons)San Antonio, TX

2005 “Soft Opening”, American University Museum in Katzen Art Center,  Washington, DC

2005 Ise Contemporary Art Museum, Japan (One-person). January-April

004 Kanagawa Modern Art Museum, Japan (One person), August -October (catalogue) (COMMUNITYPROJECT)

2004 Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University, Ashland, Oregon (March) (catalogue)

2004 Korler Art Center in Wisconsin

2002 “American Spectrum: Smith College Museum of Art Collection” (catalogue, audio) Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, NY, June 16-September 8 Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ, February 16-September 8,

Memorial Art Gallery of University of Rochester, Rochester, NY Oct. 28-Jan. 13

2001 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA. June 29-Sept.30

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, March 4-May 28

Norton Museum of Fine Art, West Palm Beach, FL., Oct. 28-Jan. 7

2000 National Academy Museum, New York, NY, June 21-Sept. 10 Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Iowa, Feb 5- April 23

1993 “Karesansui-Art of Peaceful Contemplation”, Riverside Art Museum, CA (catalogue)

1993 “Off the Mall: Inside Washington’s Foremost Art Galleries, The Art Museum of the Organizationof American States, Washington, DC

1992 “Recent Acquisitions: Works on Paper,” National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC

1992 “Mono ni / Mono to: Artists Today,” Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama, Japan (catalogue)

1991 “Smith Collects: Contemporary Paintings and Sculpture from the Alumnae Collection,”  Smith College Museum of Art, MA (catalogue)

1990 “Common / Uncommon Ground”, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, VA (catalogue)

1988 “Group Show” organized by the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, The deutsh- Amerikanishces Institut in Regensburg, Germany (catalogue)

1987 “Avant-Garde in the 80s,” Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, CA (catalogue)

1986 “American Experience: Contemporary Immigrant Artists,” the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Philadelphia, PA and Lakeview Museum of Arts and Sciences, Peoria, IL (catalogue)

1985 “The American Artist: Immigrant Experience 1930-1985,” Bass Museum of  Art, Miami Beach, FL (catalogue)

1985 “Washington Show,”  Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (catalogue)

1984 “Content; Contemporary Focus, 1974-84,”  Hirshhorn 10th Anniversary Exhibition,” Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.  (catalogue) 

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX (2022), Yale University Museum, Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa (2015)University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, The Museum of Modern Art, Kanagawa, Japan (2004), Ise Contemporary Art  Museum, Japan (2003), United States of America’s Embassy in Abu Dhabi (2002), Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC (1999), Corcoran Gallery of Art (2002), National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC (1990), National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC (1990), Smith College Museum of Art, Northampton, MA (1989), Microsoft Co. (2004), Prudential Insurance (1999),KPMG Peat Marwick, Washington, DC (1997)Other private institutions

PUBLICATION

HUMANITY’S END AS A NEW BEGINNING, World Disasters in Myths

By Mineke Schipper, essay and selected myths, Yuriko Yamaguchi, art

Publisher, Leporello, the Netherlands, 2021