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Takako Araki

 

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Takako Araki

  INTRODUCTION

    1921 Born in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture
    1950 Began making glass-objects
    1952 Studied painting under Kokuta Suda
    1960 Studied at Art Students League, New York
    1963 Began making ceramics at Tachikui Maruhachi in Tamba, Hyogo Profecture Studied at the Examination Room of Industrial Arts, Kyoto.
    1980 Member of the International Academy of Ceramics
    1990 Studios in Sanda, Hyogo Prefecture

 

 

 

    SOLO EXHIBITIONS


    1960 Hakuho Gallery, Osaka
    1961 Japan Society, New York
    1965 Gallery Ano, Osaka
    1969 Kinokuniya Gallery, Tokyo
    1970 Imabashi Gallery, Osaka
    1976 Gallery Kawasumi, Osaka
    1978 Utsubo Gallery, Osaka
    1979 Nihon Gallery, Tokyo
    1980 Asahi Gallery, Kyoto/ Umeda Hankyu, Osaka
    1982 Hetjens Museum, Dusseldolf, Germany
    1983 Museum Belerive, Zurich, Switzerland, GalleryHaku, Osaka
    1984 Ina Gallery, Tokyo
    1985 Gallery Kasahara, Osaka
    1989 Everson Museum of Art, New York
    1996 Otani Memorial Art Museum, Nishinomiya
    1998 Gallery Ni-I, Tokyo
    2000 Gallery keyaki, Sanda

 

    GROUP EXHIBITIONS


    1966 Young Sculptor Group Exhibition, Gallery Daiwa,kobo,67,71
    1970 Contemporary Ceramics in Europe and Japan, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
    1971 Contemporary Ceramics in U.S.A, Cananda, Mexico and Japan
    1978 Contemporary Craftsman Show, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
    1979 International Ceramic Exhibition, Faenza, Italy
    1981 Exhibition of Ceramics Using Silk Screen, Osaka Contemporary Art Centre
    1982 Contemporary Japanese Ceramics, Italy
    1983 Smithsonian Institution, Washington Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from Kikuchi Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
    1984 "Trends of Contemporary Japanese Art 1970-1984", Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
    1983 Smithsonian Institution, Washington Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from Kikuchi Collection, Victoria & Albert Museum, London
    1984 "Trends of Contemporary Japanese Art 1970~1984", Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
    1987 International Ceramics Exhibition, Museum of New South Wales University, Australia
    1990 "Contemporary Ceramics 1950~1990", Museum of Modem Art, Wakayama and Contemporary Ceramics Exhibition, Itami City Arts and

 

    COLLECTIONS


 

    Metropolitan Museum of Art/National Museum of Modern Art, Takyo/Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum/National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto/French Government/Decorative Arts Museum, Lausanne/ Faenza International Ceramic Museum/Everson Museum of Art/Art Gallery of New South Wales, and so on .


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