UEDA Kyoko

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Profile

1993-2011 Polytechnic college Kyoto (Hand weaving Department part time lecture)
1977-82 Worked as a Tsuzure weaver for NIishijin obi
1977 B.F.A.,Osaka University of Arts (Textile Department)
1954 Born in Osaka

Solo Exhibitions

2013 Kaede Gallery, (’10, ’08)
2012 Gallery Nishikawa, Kyoto (’08, ’04)
Gallery Bankosha, Tokyo (’09, ’04)
2011 Gallery Gallery, Kyoto (’08, ’03, ’00, ’95)
2010 KEIKO Gallery, Boston MA
2007 Gion Konishi, Kyoto (’07)
Wacaol Ginza Art Space, Tokyo (’04, ’02)
2006 Maronie, Kyoto

Group Exhibitions

2014 Dialogue with Materials: Contemporary Japanese Arts an Crafts, Ahmed Adnen Saygun Sanat Merkezi, Izmir, Turkey
2012 AC Gallery, Tokyo
2011 Asia Europe Textile Exhibition, Kreferd, Germany and Angers France
2009 SOFA New York (’08,’07)
Angers Triennial International Minitextile Angers/ France
Kaunas, Lithuania
2008 SOFA Chicago (’07,’06)
Kherson Ukraine, 2008: The seventh International Exhibition on Textile Work
2007 12 International Tapestry Triennale, Loaz, Poland
2003 International Craft Biennale, Chongjyu, Korea
1st International Miniature Textile Triennale Collations, Szombathelyi, Hungary
2002 WABITEN, Clotworthy Art Centre, Ireland
JCDA Belgium Exhibition, VISO Gallery, Belgium
Japan Bulgaria Contemporary Textile Exhibition, Bulgaria
2001 Japanese Contemporary Crafts-OUTLINE, Gallery Flow, London England
Using Ibigawa washi Paper, Copperplate print and dyeing-weaving, Shimane Art Museum Gallery
2000 13th Textile Miniature Biennale, Szombathelyi, Hungary
1996 Contemporary Japanese Craft and Jewelry Design, Japanese American Cultural and Community Centre, Los Angeles, CA
1987 International Textile Competition, Kyoto

Awards

2008 Bronze Medal, International Contemporary Textile Biennale, Kherson UKURAINE
2004 Grand Prize, Japan Craft Competition

Collections

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA
Szombathely textile collection gallery, Hungary

Janina Monkute-Marks Museum Gallery, Lithuania