Kenji Kubota

Biography

<history>

1954 born in Osaka, Japan

1981 Master of Urushi Lacquering, Kyoto City University of Arts

  

<solo exhibitions >

1981 Gallery Maronie (Kyoto, ’86, ’88, ’93)

1987 Gallery Takamiya (Osaka)

1999 Home studio (Nara)

2002 Kouichi Fine Arts(Osaka), Space Gallery(Osaka)

2005 Kouichi Fine Arts(Osaka), Space Gallery(Osaka)

2008 Kouichi Fine Arts(Osaka), Space Gallery(Osaka)

  

<group exhibitions>

1982 Exhibition of Asobi No Kibako (The Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art)

1986 Kyoto City Art Contest (Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art)

1993 Japanese-South Korean Modern Crafts Exhibition (Osaka Contemporary Art Center)

1996 Japanese-South Korean Modern Crafts Exhibition (The Museum of Arts & Crafts, Itami)

1997 Japanese-South Korean Modern Crafts Exhibition (Seoul, South Korea)

  

<public exhibition>

1985 accepted for the Asahi Modern Crafts Exhibition (1986, 97, 98, 99)

1996 selected for the Kyoto Arts and Crafts Exhibition 

1996 accepted for the Takaoka Crafts Competition

1997 accepted for Tenri Biennale ’97 

1998 accepted for International craft competition of KANAZAWA 

2008 Accepted for the Takaoka Crafts Competition

<history>

1954 born in Osaka, Japan

1981 Master of Urushi Lacquering, Kyoto City

            University of Arts

 

<solo exhibitions >

1981 Gallery Maronie (Kyoto, ’86, ’88, ’93)

1987 Gallery Takamiya (Osaka)

1999 Home studio (Nara)

2002 Kouichi Fine Arts(Osaka), Space

            Gallery(Osaka)

2005 Kouichi Fine Arts(Osaka), Space

            Gallery(Osaka)

2008 Kouichi Fine Arts(Osaka), Space

             Gallery(Osaka)

 

<group exhibitions>

1982 Exhibition of Asobi No Kibako (The Hokkaido

            Museum of Modern Art)

1986 Kyoto City Art Contest (Kyoto Municipal

            Museum of Art)

1993 Japanese-South Korean Modern Crafts

            Exhibition (Osaka Contemporary Art Center)

1996 Japanese-South Korean Modern Crafts

            Exhibition (The Museum of Arts & Crafts,

            Itami)

1997 Japanese-South Korean Modern Crafts

            Exhibition (Seoul, South Korea)

 

<public exhibition>

1985 accepted for the Asahi Modern Crafts

            Exhibition (1986, 97, 98, 99)

1996 selected for the Kyoto Arts and Crafts

            Exhibition 

1996 accepted for the Takaoka Crafts Competition

1997 accepted for Tenri Biennale ’97 

1998 accepted for International craft competition

            of KANAZAWA 

2008 Accepted for the Takaoka Crafts Competition

Available Works