Lotus Pound

Jiro Yonezawa
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  • Material

    Bamboo


  • Size

    23 (h) x 65 x 65 cm


  • Published

    The Beauty of Japanese Bamboo Art - Galerie Mingei


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Description

EDUCATION & TRAINING
1981-1982 Oita Prefectural Beppu Industrial Arts Research Institute Beppu City, Oita Prefecture
1980-1981 Ono Masakatsu Apprenticeship
1980-1981 Beppu Vocational Arts Training Center, Bamboo Craft, Beppu City, Oita Prefecture

AWARDS & HONORS (selected)
2016 Grand Prize 38th Nihon Shin-Kougei-ten, Japan New Craft Exhibition
2016 NHK Saga Award Kyushu Shin-Kougei-ten, Kyushu New Craft Exhibition
2015 Grand Prize 37th Nihon Shin-Kougei-ten, Japan New Craft Exhibition
2015 Special Award Kurashi no Naka no Takekogei, Bamboo Craft Exhibition, Beppu, Japan
2014 Special Award Kurashi no Naka no Takekogei, Bamboo Craft Exhibition, Beppu, Japan
2011 Oita Governor’s Award Kyushu Shin-Kougei-ten, Kyushu New Craft Exhibition
2009 Award Oita Prefectural Art Exhibition, Oita, Japan
2006 Cotsen Prize - Celebration of the Next Generation
2002 RACC Grant - Project Grant – Bamboo Artistry, Japan Summerfest, Regional Art & Culture Council,
Portland, Oregon
1993 Award Ninth Celebration of the Arts, Arts in Oregon Council, Salem, Oregon

SOLO AND SMALL GROUP EXHIBITIONS (partial list)
2016 Chikuei, Yakumo-charyo, Tokyo
2016 CANS Tea House, Taipei, Taiwan
2014 Butters Galley, Portland. Oregon
2012 Portland Japanese Garden, Portland, Oregon
2010 William Traver Gallery, Tacoma, Washington
2009 Butters Galley, Portland. Oregon
2008 Portland Japanese Garden, Portland, Oregon
2007 William Traver Gallery, Seattle, Washington
2006 Jane Sauer Thirteen Moons Gallery Santa Fe, New Mexico
2005 Cervini Haas Gallery Scottsdale, Arizona
2005 Thirteen Moons Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
2001 Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois
2001 Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon
1998 Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon
1997 Art in the Governor’s Office, Salem, Oregon
1996 Butters Gallery, Portland, Oregon
1995 Pro-Art Gallery- Breaking the Rules St. Louis, Missouri

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (partial list)
2016 Nitten: Japan National Fine Art Exhibition, National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
2016 Contemporary Art Influenced by Korea and Japan, Greenwich Arts Council, Connecticut
2016 Nature in Three Parts: Beyond Baskets, Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Wisconsin
2016 Bamboo Tradition in Contemporary Form, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
2016 Artboom: Celebrating Artists Mid-Century, Mid-Career, browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut
2016 Green from the Get Go: International Contemporary Basketmakers, Morris Museum, New Jersey
Annually
2009-2016 Nihon Shin-Kougei-ten, Japan New Craft Exhibition Japan National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
Annually
2009-2016 Kyushu Shin-Kougei-ten, Kyushu New Craft Exhibition Saga Art Museum, Saga, Japan
2015 Kurashi no naka-Take Kogei, Dento Kogei Sangyo Kaikan, Beppu, Japan
2014 Formes Simples, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Paris, France
2014 Kurashi no naka-Take Kogei, Dento Kogei Sangyo Kaikan, Beppu, Japan
2012 Modern Twist, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington
2010 Nitten: Japan National Fine Art Exhibition, National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
2009 Nitten: Japan National Fine Art Exhibition, National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
2009 Take no Sekai, Oita Prefectural Art Musuem, Oita, Japan
2009 Oita Prefectural Art Exhibition, Oita Prefectural Art Museum, Oita, Japan
2009 Take no Katachi, Kobote Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
2008 New Bamboo, Japan Society, New York, New York
2007 East Weaves West Basketry from Japan & Britain, Collins Gallery Glasgow, England
2007 Cotsen Prize Celebration of the Next Generation, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, California
2006 Basket Revolution, Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts
2005 Intertwined: Contemporary Baskets from Sara and David Lieberman Collection
Arizona State University Art Museum
2005 Jack Lenor Larsen Creator and Collector The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Toronto, Montreal
2004 Jack Lenor Larsen Creator and Collector Museum of Arts & Design, New York, New York
2004 Drawing Out the Collection: John McQueen Responds to RAM Racine Art Museum, Wisconsin
2003 Flechten, Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany
2002 Small Works in Fiber, LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton, New York
SOFA Chicago, Chicago, Illinois;
MDS Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2002 Contemporary American Baskets, Ohio Craft Museum, Columbus, Ohio
2001 Japan: Under the Influence, browngrotta arts, Wilton, Connecticut
2000 Eccentric Forms and Structures, Microsoft, Redmond, Washington
1999 Contemporary International Basketmaking, Crafts Council, London, England
1995 Craft America ’95, Silvermine Crafts Center, New Canaan, Connecticut
1994 Fiber ‘94: New Critical Attitudes, Textile Arts Centre, Chicago, Illinois
1994 Ceramic and Fiber: A New Generation Artist, Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, Racine, Wisconsin 1993 Fiber about Fiber-Selections from the Alex and Camille Cook Collection, Textile Arts Centre,
Chicago, Illinois
1992 Varying Inspirations: Basketry in the 1990’s, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, Missouri
1992 Convergence ‘92 - A Capitol Convergence, Washington D. C.
1991 Celebration of the Arts, A Capitol Invitation, Arts in Oregon Council, Salem, Oregon

PUBLIC AND INSTITUTIONAL COLLECTIONS
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France
Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture, Hanford, California
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii
Microsoft Corporation, Seattle, Washington
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Wustum Museum of Fine Art, Racine, Wisconsin
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, North Carolina
LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton. New York
City of Portland, Portland, Oregon
Lloyd Cotsen Collection, Los Angeles, California
Beppu City Traditional Crafts Center, Beppu, Oita, Japan