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Nobuho Nagasawa

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016 - "Liminality," University of Florida Gallery, Gainesville, FL
2016 - "Fist Size Survival," Children's Museum of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, CT
2000 - "Geography of Time," Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz
2000 - "Passage of Time," Post Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1999 - "Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition," Aquarena Springs, San Marcos, TX
1995 - "1945," Side Street Projects, Santa Monica, CA
1992 - "The Atomic Cowboy: The Daze After," Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1991 - "Invisible Material," A.T. Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1990 - "Myth of the Gods," German Culture Center, Tokyo, Japan
1989 - "Sound of Earth," Savoir Vivre Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1987 - "Sound of Shapes," L-Shape Gallery, Valencia, CA
1987 - "Earth Drums," Sonrisa Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018 - Faculty Exhibition 2018, University Art Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook, NY
2016 - Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI
2015 - Faculty Exhibition 2015, University Art Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook, NY
2012 - "Toki no Otoshimono," Gallery Masuga, Fukushima, Japan
2011 - "Till All is Green," Miyako Yoshinaga Prospects, New York, NY
2010 - New York Academy of Art, New York, NY
2008 - "Berlin - New York Dialogues: Building in Context," Deutsches Architektur Zentrum, Berlin, Germany
2007 - "Berlin - New York Dialogues: Building in Context," The Center for Architecture, New York, NY
2007 - "Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York," Japan Society, New York, NY
2005 - "Atomica: Making the Invisible Visible," Nuke-Cuisine, Lombard-Fried Fine Arts and Esso Galleries, New York, NY
2004 - "Recent Visions," Clear Tooling, University Art Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook, NY
2004 - "Mapping Chinatown: Making the Invisible Visible," Asian American Arts Centre, New York, NY
2002 - "In the Shadow of 9/11," Silk Road Place, New York, NY
2002 - "Artists to Artists: A Decade of The Space Program, An Exhibition of Works by 161 Artists from The Space Program of The Marie Walsh Harpe Art Foundation," Ace Gallery, New York, NY
1997 - "Silence No More: Remembering the Japanese-American Internment," Missing House, McHenry Library, University of California, Santa Cruz
1997 - "Faret Tachikawa Art Project," Dragonplane (public art), National Technical Museum, Prague, the Czech Republic
1996 - "UCSC Ladder Faculty Exhibition," Banned Censored, Challenged (public art), Mary Porter Sesnon Art Gallery, University of California, Santa Cruz
1995 - "Transformation," Terra-Mundi (installation), Apex Art Gallery, New York, NY
1994 - "Personally Defining Clay," The Atomic Cowboy (installation), Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
1994 - "How Long Can A Good Thing Last?" The Atomic Cowboy (mixed-media installation), Channing Peake Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA
1992 - "Braking Barriers: Re-visualizing the Urban Landscape," For the Birds (sculpture), Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, CA
1991 - "Choice," Margo Leavin Gallery, Nuke-Cuisine, Los Angeles, CA
1991 - "27 Chairs," Shelter (sculpture), The Sunshine Mission: Casa de Rosas, Daniel Saxon Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1989 - "Art and Democracy," Behind the Great Wall (installation), Merging One Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

 

SELECTED INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL EXHIBITIONS

2016 - "7th Fukushima Biennial," (installations), Fukushima, Japan
2016 - "3rd Setouchi Triennial, Kagawa, Japan
2016 - "7th Imagining the Books," Alexandria Library, Alexandria, Egypt
2014 - "5th Fukushima Biennial," (installations), Fukushima, Japan
2013 - "2nd Setouchi Triennial," (installations), Kagawa, Japan
2012 - "5th Fukushima Biennial," (installations), Fukushima, Japan
2011 - "The Value of Water," (installation), The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine, New York
2006 - "1st Sinopale Biennial," 7 installations and I.E.D. (installation), Sinop, Turkey
2005 - "1st Imagining the Book, International Biennale," (book), Alexandria Library, Egypt
2003 - "6th Sharjah International Art Biennial," Her render: she gives back naturally what is true in her nature (installation), Sharjak Museum, United Arab Emirates
2002 - "Imagining the Books," Vanishing (installation), Lost Knowledge (book), Alexandria Library, Alexandria Egypt
2002 - "10th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh 2001," On the Edges of Time (installation), Osmani Memorial Hall and Shilpakara Academy, Dhaka, Bangladesh
1997 - "Between Earth and the Heavens: Aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art II," May 13th, 1996, 10 A.M. I called the Pentagon (installation), Rufino Tamayo Museum, Mexico City, Mexico
1996 - "Between Earth and the Heavens: Aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art II," May 13th, 1996, 10 A.M. I called the Pentagon (installation), Nagoya City Art Museum, Japan
1996 - "Origin and Myths of Fire: New Art from Japan, China and Korea," Celsius 233 (installation), Saitama Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
1993 - "Invisible Nature," Arcus (installation), Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary
1993 - "Invisible Nature," Where are you going? Where are you from? (installation), Prague Castle, Prague, Czech Republic
1992 - "Urban Environment and Art in Japan," My Home Sweet Home in Ruins," (installation), Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
1991 - "Beyond the Manifesto," Babel (installation), Mito Annual '91, Art Tower Mito, Ibaragi, Japan
1987 - "Mythos Berlin," Tower of Babel-Berlin (sculpture), Traveling Exhibition in Europe

 

SELECTED EARTHWORKS

2014 - Earth Vortex, Boma, Tokunishima, Tokunoshima Art Project, Japan
2012 - Time Sculpture; Koro Pok-kuru, Millennium Forest, Tokachi, Hokkaido, Japan
1990 - Temple, Plano, Texas
1988 - Kiva, Ushimado, Okayama, Japan
1987 - Earthwork Process 7, Valencia, CA
1985 - Navel of the Earth, West Berlin, Germany
1985 - Rain Drum, Formine, Italy
1985 - Volcanoes, Florence, Italy
1985 - Spiral, West Berlin, Germany
1985 - Geodesic Dome, West Berlin, Germany
1984 - Noyaki, Tokoname, Japan