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BARBARA | HASHIMOTO

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY | BIO | PORTFOLIO | PROJECTS | CONTACT | HOME

BARBARA | HASHIMOTO

BARBARA | HASHIMOTO

 

EDUCATION

BauerLatoza Studio, Chicago, Illinois | artist-in-residence 2007 - present
Umdang Ceramics, Korat, Thailand | artist-in-residence,
1991
Minoru Fujimori, Designated Cultural Property, Shikoku, Japan | artist-in-residence, 1990
Junko Yamada Studio, Saitama, Japan | apprenticeship, 1988 -1990
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut | MPPM, 1986
Bernard Baruch College, New York, New York | BA, 1984



PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Smithsonian Institution, Renwick Gallery of the National Museum of Art, Washington, D.C.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
The Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York
The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Joan Flasch Collection, Chicago, Illinois
Brown University, David Winton Bell Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island
The Franklin Companies, Los Angeles, California
Asatsu-DK, Tokyo, Japan



SELECTED SOLO AND TWO-PERSON * EXHIBITIONS

JUNK MAIL EXPERIMENT: PARIS | 2009
Musée du Montparnasse, Espace Krajcberg | Paris, France

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: White Trash and Junk Mail | 2008 - 2009
The Chicago Arts District | Chicago, Illinois
link to exhibition review: New City
link to feature: Sculpture Magazine
link to feature: Christian Science Monitor
link to exhibition review: Flavor Pill

additional press for this exhibition

BARBARA HASHIMOTO RETROSPECTIVE: 17 Years of Sculpture, Installation & Performance| 2008
Dubhe Carreno Gallery | Chicago, Illinois
link to gallery

link to exhibition review: Chicago Tribune

REVERSE TRASH STREAMS: The Junk Mail Project* | 2007
LA Contemporary | Los Angeles, California
BauerLatoza Studio | Chicago, Illinois
link to exhibition review: Staticmultimedia

link to exhibition review: Art in America

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: LEAVE TAKING | 2007
Flux Gallery | Los Angeles, California
link to exhibition

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: TABULA RASA REDUX | 2006
Flux Gallery | Los Angeles, California
link to gallery

SOLO EXHIBITION IN TWO PARTS | 2005
part one: how comes it to be furnished?, 15-year retrospective
part two: return to tabulae rasae, new work
Xiem Gallery| Pasadena, California
link to exhibition review

link to exhibition essay

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: OBJECTS, INSTALLATION, PERFORMANCE | 2002
Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, California

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: TELLING STORIES | 2002
John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
link to exhibition essay

DESHI* | 2002
Fullerton College Art Gallery, Fullerton, California
link to exhibition catalogue

QUEENS / QUEANS | 2000
Ruth Bachofner Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, California

INTRODUCING BARBARA HASHIMOTO | 2000
Wood Street Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

INTRODUCTIONS* | 1999
Dorothy Weiss Gallery, San Francisco, California

MORAL STORIES | 1999
Gallery Soolip, West Hollywood, California

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: VERSIONS | 1999
LA Artcore, Union Center for the Arts, Los Angeles, California

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: WALL OF SATI | 1998
Gallery Soolip, West Hollywood, California

BARBARA HASHIMOTO: SEALED / REVEALED | 1997
Gallery Soolip, West Hollywood, California

COLLABORATION * | 199O
Masuda Studio Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

YOUR DOCUMENTS, PLEASE | 2008 - 2009
The Museum of Arts and Crafts, Itami, JAPAN
Zaim Museum, Yokohama, Japan
Galerie Paris, Yokohama, Japa
n
2B Gallery, Budapest, Hungary
Galeria Z, Bratislava, Slovakia
Galerie Kurt im Hirsch, Berlin, Germany
Galería Ajolote Arte Contemporáneo, Guadalajara, Mexico

SUMMER ROTATION | 2007
Amy Simon Fine Art | Westport, Connecticut
link to exhibition

SHOW & TELL | 2007
Zimmer Museum | Los Angeles, California
link to exhibition catalogue

SUMMER ROTATION 2 | 2006
Amy Simon Fine Art | Westport, Connecticut
link to gallery

TERRA NOVA | 2006
Museum of Art and Design | New York,New York

RE: 'BOOK' – AN EXHIBITON OF ARTISTS BOOKS | 2005
Los Angeles World Airports Art Exhibition
Program of the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department

CONTEMPORARY CODEX | 2004 / 2005
University of Maryland, Center for Arts and Visual Culture | Cantonville, Maryland
Pyramid Atlantic Gallery | Silver Springs, Maryland
University Art Gallery, Central Michigan University | Mount Pleasant, Minnesota
Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild | Pittsburg, Pennsylvania


SEVERAL ARTISTS CONSIDER BOOKS | 2005
Paul Kopeikin Gallery |
Los Angeles, California

LOS ANGELES ART SHOW: LA ARTISTS INVITATIONAL | 2005
Santa Monica Airport,
Santa Monica, California

SHELTER / MIKLAT / MALJA | 2003
The New Gallery, Teddy Stadium, Jerusalem, Israel
The Limbus Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
at The Brewery Projects, Los Angeles, California

IN OTHER WORDS... | 2003
Northern Clay Center | Minneapolis, Minnesota
link to exhibition

FRESH START | 2002
Santa Monica Museum of Art, Santa Monica, California

USA CLAY | 2001
The Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Art, Washington, D.C.

SoCAL BOOKS | 2000 / 2001
University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Nevada
The Center for Book Arts, New York, New York

ARTIST EXCHANGE EXHIBITION | 1999
Nagasaki Museum, Nagasaki, Japan

CALIFORNIA CRAFT
| 1999

Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, California

SCULPTURE AS BOOK | 1999
Fullerton College Art Gallery, Fullerton, California

CALIFORNIA CONTEMPORARY CERAMIC ART | 1999
Cerritos College Fine Arts Gallery, Norwalk, California

SHIMMER | 1999
Antelope Valley College Fine Arts Gallery, Lancaster, California

GROUP INVITATIONAL | 1998
Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California

BOOK ART | 1997
Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois

Biennial 95 | 1995
Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Fukuoka Museum, Shikoku, Japan
Gifu Museum, Gifu, Japan
Shiga Modern Art Museum, Shiga, Japan
Hokkaido Modern Art Museum, Sapporo, Japan

INTERNATIONAL INVITATIONAL| 1994
Goethe Institute, Tokyo, Japan

TWO WEEKS IN SPRING | 1991
Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


TRIPTYCH | 1991
Okurayama Memorial Hall, Yokohama, Japan

GROUP INVITATIONAL | 199O
Mito Art Museum, Ibaraki, Japan