Nobuko Tsutsumi

Country: Japan
 

Title:  Bibi

Medium: Ceramics

Size: 1.5 m x 80 cm x 80 cm





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Tsutsumi was born in Osaka, Japan. She graduated from the Ceramics Department of Osaka University of Arts and from the Kyoto Municipal Ceramic Laboratory. Her public monuments are found in many prestigious locations including: The Foundation of Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park, Shiga; The National Museum of Prague; Kobe Municipal Suma Aquarium, Hyogo; Deyashiki Station Development Plan, Hyogo; Yokkaichi Station Development Plan, Aichi; International Flower EXPO, Osaka; Mino Municipal Gymnasium, Osaka; and Niihama Municipal Junior High School, Ehime.

Her selected solo exhibitions include: Gallery Kiss, Okayama, 1997; Internet Gallery, Osaka, 1996; Gallery Maronie, Kyoto, 1996, 91, '87, '86, '85 and '84; STREET Gallery, Kobe, 1996; Sai Gallery, Osaka, 1994; Spring Spectacle, Printemps Gallery, Ehime, 1991; Hals Gallery, Tokyo, 1991; Gallery Kantata, Osaka, 1990; Gallery Suzuki, Kyoto, 1990; Gallery View, Osaka, 1989 and '88; Gallery Haku, Osaka, 1988; Gallery Casa, Kyoto, 1987 and '86; Tsukashin Tezukuri-Kan, Hyogo, 1987; Gallery Gengai, Tokyo, 1986; Gallery Isogaya, Tokyo, 1986; and Gallery La Pola, Osaka, 1985.

Her selected group exhibitions include: The Twelve Zodiacal Signs, Keihan Dept. Store, Osaka, 1997; Exhibition of IAC Members, Saga Prefectural Art Museum, Saga, 1996; Personal Universe, Gallery Utsuwakan, Kyoto, 1996; Contemporary Ceramics, Kuroda Gallery, Tokyo, 1995; Ceramics in All of the World, Gallery Utsuwakan, Kyoto and Asia Trade Center, Osaka, 1995; Clay Works, The National Museum of Art, Osaka, 1994; Over Centuries Craft, The Museum of Kyoto, 1994; International Ceramic Show, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1994; Incense Burner, Kuki Gallery, Paris, 1994; Pots Show, Dorothy Wizz Gallery, San Francisco, 1994; Miniature Works, Gallery Utsuwakan, Kyoto, 1993; 1992 International Exhibition of Ceramic Art, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C., 1992; Dolls in the land of art, The Museum of Art Miyagi, 1989; Shiga Annual, The Museum of Modern Art Shiga, 1988; Art Now, The Museum of Modern Art Hyogo, 1987; and Impact, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, 1985.
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