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About Yukari



Born in Japan but raised in Asia, Brazil and the United States, Yukari has lived and worked in Wellington since 2011. She has exhibited in public and dealer galleries and her works are in private collections globally. She was a recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant in 2015 and also a resident at 30upstairs in 2015.

 

 

WEBSITE

yukarikaihori.com

 

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Education

2010 Mix Media Painting short course, Central Saint Martin, University of Arts London

Glass and Ceramics short course, Chelsea, University of Arts London

2004 B.A. Fine Art, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon


Residency/Award and Honours

2016 (Upcoming) VCCA (Virginia Center for Creative Arts) Artist Residency Fellow, USA

015 30upstairs, Artist Residency, Wellington, NZ

2015 Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant

2014 Vermont Studio Center Artist Residency Fellowship (April 2015) USA


Solo Exhibitions

2015 Tiny Little Things, 30upstairs Gallery, Wellington, NZ

2015 Let’s Talk about What We Have, Sanderson Contemporary Art, Auckland, NZ

2014 Land Songs, Cecil Veda Gallery, Miramar, NZ

2014 Down on the Ground, City Art Depot Gallery, Christchurch, NZ

2013 On the Way Home, Cecil Veda Gallery, Miramar, NZ

2013 From Here to Somewhere, Poi Poneke Gallery, Wellington, NZ

2013 To Walk, to See, to Breath, Thistle Hall Gallery, Wellington, NZ

2012 Existing Scenery, Thistle Hall Gallery, Wellington, NZ

2007 New Paintings, Absinth, Osaka, Japan

2006 Gallery Art, Osaka, Japan


Group Exhibitions

2016 Landscape Works, The Vivian Gallery, Matakana, NZ

2015 Works on Paper, The Vivian Gallery, Matakana, NZ

2014 What a Difference, The Vivian Gallery, Matakana, NZ

2014 Works on Paper, The Vivian Gallery, Matakana, NZ

2010 Annual Art Exhibition, Kyoto, Japan

2011 Open Gallery, Brockley South East London, UK

2009 Contemporary Art Independent CASO Exhibition, Osaka 6th Annual 21st Century

2004 “Recent Graduates”, Black Fish Gallery, Portland, Oregon

2004 “Senior Art Exhibition”, The Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art, Oregon


 

 

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