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ARTIST

  • 岡田 裕子
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  • OKADA Hiroko

  • 1970 Born in Tokyo, Japan, Lives and works in Chiba
  • 1994 Tama Art University, MA, Painting
  • 1993 Tama Art University, BA, Painting

WORKS

    • Moya-Moya Exercise Bike
    • 2015
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    • EXERCISES
    • 2014
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    • No Dress Code - Drawing with Crayon Fork & Crayon Knife (Blue, Red, Yellow)
    • 2012
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    • No Dress Code - Brassiere
    • 2012
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    • Dusky Room
    • 2009
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    • Love and Hate Lunch Box (Plum)
    • 2007
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    • Love and Hate Lunch Box
    • 2007
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    • Pan Flower
    • 2005
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    • Buddist Alter in the Near Future
    • 2004
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    • SINGING' IN THE PAIN
    • 2004
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    • Future Plan #1
    • 2003
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    • The Delivery by Male Project
    • 2002
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EXHIBITIONS

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2010
"No Dress Code", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2009
"Dusky Room", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2007
"AIZOU BENTO - Love and Hate Lunch Box", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2005
"Housewife's Hobby", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2003
"The Delivery by Male Project", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2000
"from the play called 'Paper and Hands, Love and Mystery'", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1998
"You & I went through many things", Mizuma Art gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1996
"Key to the love", Suikato Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
"KISS, Shimizu Bathhouse (Morphe'96)", Tokyo, Japan
"OKADA Hiroko Exhibition", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Selected Group Exhibitions
2011
"TDW-ART Elpis -Sky of Hope", Meiji Jungu Gaien Environmental Design Tent, Tokyo, Japan
"TROLLS IN THE PARK 2011", Metropolitan Zempukuji Park, Tokyo, Japan
"Mishikan Haming", Alternative Space Gell, Tokyo, Japan
2010
NYK1929 Studio Program "Gekidan☆Shiki" Launch Project, BankART1929, Kanagawa, Japan
"Visceral Bodies", Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2009
"November Steps -Susan Philipsz & Gallery Artist", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
"NO MAN'S LAND", French Embassy, Tokyo, Japan
"The Best of Loop: Remote Viewing", The Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
"FemLink -The International Video Collage 'MALE - HOMME'" traveled to Art Institute of Boston, Boston; St. Louis Community College Florissant Valley Campus, St. Louis; Franklin Pierce University, Rindge; Red River Theater, Concord; Boston's Cyber Arts Festival, Leslie University, Boston, U.S.A.; Bandits-Mages, Bourges, France; Video Festival <</Si:n>>, Fondation Al Quattan and the Franco-German Cultural Center, Ramallah, Palestinian Territories; International Film Festival, Hungarian Multicultural Center, Budapest, Hungary
2008
"-hiragana art- CHIBATORI", Chiba Folk Museum, Chiba, Japan
"VIDEOFORMES 2008", Clemont-Ferrand, France
2007
"Radio Sakae-cho 2057", Wi-CAN Art Center: Sakae-cho Shopping Street, Chiba, Japan
"Out of the Ordinary: New Video from Japan", MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, U.S.A
"Global Feminisms", Brooklyn Museum, New York (travelled to Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley), U.S.A.
2006
"STILE DER STADT", Hamburg, Germany
"NO HISTORIES", Adelaid Festival, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaid, Australia
2005
"PostGender: Sexuality and Performativity in Contemporary Japanese art",Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, Haifa, Israel
"NO ORDINARY", Skulpturens Hus, Stockholm, Sweden
"MOT Annual 2005 : Life Actually", Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
2004
"out of the ordinary / extraordinary: Japanese contemporary photography", Japanisches Kulturinstitut, Cologne, Germany (traveled to University of Valladolid, Valladolid; Casa Asia, Barcelona; 2005 Centro Cultural de la Caja de Canarias, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain; Institut Supérieur d'Architecture Lambert Lombard, Liége, Belgium; Istituto Giapponese di Cultura, Rome, Italy; Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, Berlin, Germany; Artsdepot, London; 2006 Aberystwyth Arts Centre, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, U.K,; George G. Doizaki Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A.; Museo de Arte de Zapopan, Zapopan; Centro de la Imagen,Mexico City, Mexico; 2007 University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor; New Jersey City University Art Galleries, New Jersey City, U.S.A.; 2009 Oldham Gallery, Oldham; Millais Gallery, South Hampton; Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Rubgy; Wrexham Arts Centre, Wrexham, U.K.)
"WHY NOT LIVE FOR ART?" ,Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
"BODY-CON", Uplink Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2003
"City_net Asia 2003", Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
2002
"7th Kitakyushu Biennale: Art for sale", Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Fukuoka, Japan
2001
"Makoto Aida, Hiroko Okada with their baby Torajiro", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
"Sex and Consumerism:Contemporary Art in Japan", University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton (traveled to Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberytwyth; Stanley Picker Gallery, London; Hot Bath Gallery, Bath), U.K.
"S(h)itting in the mirror", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1999
"Artists' Works", Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1998
"LOVE'S BODY - Rethinking Naked and Nude in Photography", Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo (1999 traveled to Suntory Museum, Osaka), Japan
"TAMA VIVANT'98", Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan
"Game-Laws", Gallery ART SOKO, Tokyo, Japan
"TAKEO Communication Design 1998 Paper Show", Aoyama Spiral, Tokyo (traveled to Nagoya and Osaka), Japan
"VOCA'98", The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan
1997
"Two Thousand Bug", Gallery Ryugi, Tokyo, Japan
"I' Art", Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
"MARTIN", Atlantis Gallery, London (1998 traveled to Catalyst Arts, Belfast; Waygood Gallery, Newcastle), U.K.
1996
"HOLY GIFT vol.1 -Drawings-", Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
"The second JUGEMU Exhibition by ART BY XEROX", Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1995
"JUGEMU Exhibition by ART BY XEROX", SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo, Japan
"Height and Weight #313.7 E89.5 Hiroko Okada & Chisato Saito", Gallery NW House, Tokyo, Japan
1991
"PAPAYA-CAN in the End of a Century", Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Public Collection

  • The Japan Foundation
  • Fuji Xerox Co.,Ltd.
  • Brooklyn Museum, New York