Born and raised in Osaka, Tokyo in JAPAN,

Lives and works in Los Angeles and Tokyo

EDUCATION:

2006-Present

1988

1987

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Japanese Arts Researcher, Los Angeles USA

Post graduated research student, Tama Art University, Tokyo JAPAN

BFA Tama Art University, Tokyo JAPAN

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2014

2011

2010

2008

2001

1998

1997

1993

1991



1989

1988

1987


1986


“Shadow” Gallery 825, Los Angeles, U.S.A.(March 22~ April 18)

“Shadow” Gallery 825, Los Angeles (May 7~ June 3)

“Shadow” L2kontemporay, Los Angeles (January 2~30)

“Shadow” Gallery 825, Los Angeles (February 2~29)

“The Room” Gallery Pro Dotto Com, Tokyo, JAPAN (December 15 2001~ January 31 2002)

Key Gallery, Tokyo (December14~26)

“Blank” Key Gallery, Tokyo, (November 25~December 6)Curated by Akihiko TAKAMI, art critic

“ Doors” Gallery Moris, Tokyo (July 12~17)

“ Doors” Gallery Kobayashi, Tokyo (November25~30)

“ Doors” Seibu Department Store, Funabashi, Chiba, JAPAN (June 26~July 8)

“ Doors” Seibu Department Store, STUDIO Kinshicho, Tokyo (May 15~20)

“ Doors” Gallery Kobayashi, Tokyo (May 15~20)

“ Doors” Gallery Natsuka, Tokyo (July 11~16)

Gallery Ono, Tokyo (July 6~11)

Gallery Natsuka, Tokyo (November 30~December 5)

Gallery Parergon?, Tokyo (September 29~October 4)

Gallery Ono, Tokyo (May 5~10)

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS:
2013

2007

2006

2004

2003

2000

1998

1997


1996


1992

1991

1990

1989


1998

1997

“Ten Years Drawn” L2kontemporay, Los Angeles (November 16~December 21)

Art by XEROX  “DocuART” Tokyo JAPAN (November 3 ~24)

“ Art Night” 18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica, U.S.A. (Feburaly 4)

Contemporary Art Factory -Super Multiple Art Project- , Tokyo JAPAN (October 9~17)

Center Culture French-Japanese Art Exhibition, Paris, FRANCE (October 15~December 13)

Gallery Natsuka, Tokyo, JAPAN (September 25~October 7)

Shibayama Open-Air Art Exhibition, Chiba, JAPAN (May 3~31) Curated by Shigeo HANDA

“ Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition” National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, KOREA (September 23~October 23)

Shibayama International Open- Air Art Exhibition, Chiba, JAPAN (May 4~18)

“International Exlibris Exhibition” Gallery Vivant, Tokyo (August 26~September 6)

“Inside of Works, Outside of Works” Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo (April 2~May 6) Curated by Shinzin OZAKI

“The Landscape Lost on the Map”Sumida Riverside Hall, Tokyo (September 17~October 3)

“The Wind Exhibition” Sumida Riverside Hall, Tokyo (November 2~December 8)

“The Box Exhibtion” Gallery Mikawa, Tokyo (February 13~18)

Heartland Gallery, Tokyo (August-September)

“ Small Size Collection”Gallery Natsuka, Tokyo (February 6~18)

“The Source of Eight Memories”Gallery Nabisu, Tokyo, (March 22~April 2) Curated by Toshiaki MINEMURA

Stage Gallery Approse, Kyoto

PUBLICATIONS:

2014

2010

2009

2008

2007

2004

1999

1998




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1992







1991


1989


1988

1997


1996

"The New Baroque Keiko Inoh-Shadow;” Flavorpill; March 2014

“Coagula Weekend Benser January 2;”Coagula Art Journal; January 13 2010

“First installation at L2konntemporary for Visual Artist Keiko Inoh;”ArtDaily; December

“Art and Living;”written Christy Dusablon; January 11 2008

“DcuART Exhibition;”ART BY XEROX; TOKYO ART BEAT; November

“Super Multiple Art Project;”ART BY XEROX; TOKYO ART BEAT; October

“Exhibition Spot;" Monthly Art Magazine Gekkan Gallery; May issue

The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper; written by Norio SUGAWARA; December 22

“Topics;”Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo; written by Akihiko TAKAMI; July issue

The Sankei Shimbun Newspaper; May 4

The Chiba Nippo Newspaper; April 29

“Reality of Japanese Modern Art;” Interview with a museum curator

News+; October 16

The Mainichi Shimbun Newspaper; written by Haruo SANDA; October 14

The HAN-KYOREH; October 9

“NEWSLETTER;”National Museum of Contemporary Art Magazine; October 9

The Yomiuri Shimbun Newspaper; written by Norio SUGAWARA; October 7

Joong ang Ilbo Newspaper; October 7

“The Ostensible and Depth of '90s Japanese Contemporary Art;”Monthly Art Magazine WOLGANMISOOL; October

Korea Times; October 1

Munhwa IIbo Newspaper; September 29

Chosun Ilbo Newspaper; September 25

Kookmin Ilbo Newspaper; September 24

Maeil Business Newspaper; September 22

Nikkei Image Climate Forecast

The Asahi Shimbun Newspaper; September 15

The TV Edokko Shimbun Newspaper; September 12

The Mainichi Shimbun Newspaper(KuriKuri); September 9

Nikkan Kougyo Shimbun Newspaper; September 1

Art Newspaper Shinbijutsu Shimbun Newspaper; September 1

The TV Edokko Shimbun Newspaper; August 29

Nikkei Image Climate Forecast

Monthly Art Magazine DREAM; August issue

“Explorong the internal Spaces; Monthly Art Magazine Atelier NO. 750

“Art Exhibition Review;”Monthly Art Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo; written by Katsuhiko YOKOYAMA; September issue

“Fiber Wave;”Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo; February issue

The Mainichi Shimbun Newspaper; written by Haruo SANDA; December 3

The Mainichi Shimbun Newspaper; written by Haruo SANDA; July 9

“Female Artists with Great Talents;” Monthly Art Magazine Bijutsu Techo; August issue

CATALOGS:
2007

1997


1995


1993

1991

1988

1998

1997

“Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage Month;”Department of Cultural Affairs City of Los Angeles

“BLANK: Delete/Emerge;”Key Gallery, Tokyo; written by Akihiko TAKAMO; October

“Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition;”National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea

“Inside of Works, Outside of Works;” Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo

ACRYLART; Special Volume

ACRYLART; Special Volume

“The Landscape Lost on the Map;”Sumida Riverside Hall, Tokyo

“Introduction;”2are3 Co., Ltd, Tokyo

“Art Landscape;” Heartland Gallery, Tokyo

“The Site of Expression Exhibition;”Tama Art University, Tokyo

AWARDS AND GRANTS:
2005-2006

2001-2009

2003


1997

1994

1991

Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artists, Agency for Cultural Affairs

Art BY XEROX

BMG JAPAN

SHISEIDO

Invited to participate in the “Japanese Contemporary Art Exhibition” at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, KOREA

Holbein Scholarship

Holbein Scholarship

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE:
2006
“18th Street Arts Center, Santa Monica USA


TRANSLATION:
2015

2013

2012

2007

"Living for the Moment: Japanese Prints from the Barbara S. Bowman Collection" Los Angeles County Museum of Art

"Kitasono Katue: Surrealist Poet" Los Angeles County Museum of Art

"Ohie Toshio and the Perfection of the Japanese Book" Los Angeles County Museum of Art

"Eikoh Hosoe Photographic Exhibit" Los Angeles County Museum of Art