Ayakoh Furukawa



Education :



2007

M.F.A in painting, Hunter College, New York



2004

B.F.A. in painting, Hunter College, New York



2000-02

The Art Students League of New York, (awarded Merit Scholarship)



1993

A.A. in painting, Los Angeles Valley College, California



Solo Exhibitions:



2016

Can Art Be A Forma of Prayer, onetwentyeight Gallery, New York



Selected Group Exhibitions in the U.S.:



2011

JAPANCONGO, Le Magasin - Centre National d Art Contemporain, Grenoble; The Garage Center For Contemporary Culture, Moscow; Palazzo Reale, Milan



2008

Summer Exhibition, Marlborough Chelsea, Chelsea, NY

Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair, sponsored by Marlborough Gallery, Shanghai, China

Became a member of Artist Pension Trust

MEHR GALLERY TWO PERSON SHOW, with Ai Shinohara, Chelsea, NY

Curated Me, Art, and the World, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY.

Making a Home:33 Contemporary Japanese Artists in NY, Japan Society, New York,

The Feminine Mystique, Jersey City Museum, New Jersey

Womens Voice, Womens Vision, St. Marks Church, New York



2007

Thesis Exhibition, Hunter College Times Square Gallery

Art Fair: The Evening of Art & Talk, Tenri Cultural Institute of New York

Summer Exhibition, Marlborough Gallery, New York



2006

Contemporary & Traditional: Two Aspects of Jaa, NYCoo Gallery, New York

Reverie: Visions of Mystery, 58 Gallery, Jersey City, New NJ

CUNY Arts Gala: Fiction, Film, Poetry, and Video, Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, The Graduate Center of CUNY



2005

East Wind in the Stroll Garden, Hammond Museum, North Salem, NY



2005-06

Summer Festival Art Student Show, Ise Cultural Foundation (2005 receives Commendation, 2006 receives Janet Koplos Juror Award)



2004

Dialog I, II-RENKA, Consulate General of Japan, New York

The Bartha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery, New York



2002

911 Tribute Exhibition, Gallery 128, New York

Cork Gallery, Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center, New York



2001

Collage & Assemblage, The Art Students League of New York



1999-2007

Annual Exhibition of Japanese Artists Association of New York, Inc. (1999 Broom Street Gallery,

New York, 2000 New Century Gallery, NY, 2001~2007, Tenri Cultural Institute of New York)

Apocalypse 1999, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY.



Solo and Selected Group Exhibitions in Japan:



1998

Two-person Exhibition with Taeko Higuchi, Gallery Yamato, Osaka Japan



1997

(awarded Osaka Twenty-First Century Association Award)

Solo Exhibition, Gallery Yamato, Osaka Japan



1995 -96

Annual Exhibition of Shingeijutsu Kyokai (1995 Osaka Municipal Museum of Art and Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1996 Kyoto Art Center)



1994

Solo Exhibition, Gallery Ichi, Osaka, Japan



Publications:



Eric Bryant, Reviews Making a Home, ARTnews, December Issue, 2007

Karen Rosenberg, Willingly or Unwillingly Calling New York Their Home, The New York

Times, Nov. 9, 2007 Benjamin Genocchio, Feminine, but Not Much to Explain the Mystique, The New York Times, Nov.18, 2007

Robert C. Morgan, Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York, The

Brooklyn Rail, November Issue, 2007

Art: Making A Home, The New Yorker, Oct. 29, 2007

John Haber, Feminism in the Singular, Harbers Art Review, October, 2007

Dan Bischoff, Many faces, many forms, Jersey City exhibit showcases thoughtful reaction to feminism, The Star Ledger, Sep.30, 2007

Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, The Problem that Has No Name, the catalog of Feminine Mystique Exhibition Jersey CityMuseum, 2007

Eric C. Shiner, Loss in Lead, the catalog of Making a Home Exhibition, Japan Society, 2007





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