Yu Araki

Works

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b.1985 in Yamagata City, Japan.
Lives and works in Tokyo.

2018 Guest resident, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2017 Guest resident, Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, South Korea
2013 Tacita Dean Workshop, Villa Iris, Fundación Botín, Santander, Spain
2008-10 Master of Film and New Media Studies, Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan
2003-7 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Washington University in St. Louis, United States

Selected solo show

2021
“HALFWAY HAPPY vol.4 YU ARAKI”
gallery aM,
Tokyo, Japan
2021
“THREE DAYS, FIVE NIGHTS”
Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya,
Tochigi, Japan
2019
“RUSH HOUR”
CAI Contemporary Art Institute / CAI02,
Sapporo, Japan
2019
“LE SOUVENIR DU JAPON”
Shiseido Gallery,,
Tokyo, Japan
2019
“NEW APERITIF”
Spring Valley Brewery Kyoto,
Kyoto, Japan
2018
“LOST HIGHWAY (SWEDED)”
Volvo Studio Aoyama,
Tokyo, Japan
2017
“BIVALVIA: ACT I””
MUJIN-TO Production,
Tokyo, Japan
2016
“TEMPLE OF THE TEMPLET”
Art Gallery 1 / Café Ogurayama, Yokohama Museum of Art,
Yokohama, Japan

Selected group show

2021
“Home Sweet Home”
KORA Contemporary Arts Center,
Lecce, Italy
“Returning: Chapter 1”
Sydney Opera House,
Sydney, Australia (Online exhibition)
“11 Stories on Distanced Relationships: Contemporary Art from Japan”
Japan Foundation,
Japan (Online exhibition)
2020
“Everything You’ve Ever Wanted is On the Other Side of the Planet”
AIL / Franz Josefs Kai 3,
Vienna, Austria
“CONNECTIONS: 150 years of Modern Art in Japan and France”
Pola Museum of Art,,
Kanagawa, Japan
“Films From Nowhere”
Yodo Projects + Kannai Bunko (Online film festival),
2019
“IMG”
Sprout Curation,
Tokyo, Japan
“CONTACT: Where the World Meets Japanese Art and Culture”
Joju-in, Kiyomizu Temple,
Kyoto, Japan
“The Island of the Colorblind”
Art Sonje Center,
Seoul, South Korea
“Future Generation Art Prize @ VENICE 2019”
Palazzo Ca’ Tron,
Venezia, Italy
“Future Generation Art Prize Exhibition”
Pinchuk Art Centre,
Kyiv, Ukraine
2018
“The Myriad Forms of Visual Art: 200 Works with 19 Themes”
The National Museum of Art,
Osaka, Japan

Public collection

Ishikawa Foundation,
Okayama, Japan
Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya,
Tochigi, Japan
The National Museum of Art,
Osaka, Japan
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