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Yuriko Asano

Shared Lines: Wellington 2017 & Shared Lines: Kaikōura 2019 exhibiting artist 


Born in 1990 in Tagajō City, Miyagi, Japan. Yuriko currently lives in Kaminoyama City of the neighbouring prefecture of Yamagata, where she paints at a shared public art space which once used to be an elementary school. It is called ”Koubou Mori no Tsukikage”, which means a studio of moonlight shadows under the forest.


Exhibitions and works

2016: Participating joint exhibition member

Voyage — Young Artists Support Program
Sugimura Jun Museum of Art – Shiogama City, Miyagi

2015: Participating group exhibition member

A painting exhibition by emerging artists
Sendai mediatheque – Sendai, Miyagi

2015: Participating group exhibition member

The Mitsubishi Corporation Art Gate Program (MCAGP) 2014 Scholarship Student Art Exhibition
GYLE, Tokyo

Is it possible “TOHOKU-GA”? – A Contemporary Art Gallery for Hypothetical State of Tohoku
T-Art Gallery, Tokyo

YūYūKanKan (meaning an attitude of the artists’ relaxed but earnest strong will in facing their creations) Exhibition
GALLERY sen – Sendai, Miyagi

2014: Solo Exhibition

Eating Tochi (Japanese horse chestnut)
art room Enoma – Sendai, Miyagi

2013‐2015: Participating member

Hijiori no Hi Art Project
Hijiori Hot Springs – Ōkura Village, Yamagata


About her accomplishments

Tohoku University of Art and Design, Alumna

Graduate School of Arts and Engineering, Master’s Program (2015)
Faculty of Arts, Oil Painting Program (2013)

Scholarships Received

The Mitsubishi Corporation Art Gate Program (2014)
The 33rd International Takifuji Art Award (2012)

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