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Noda Masaaki


Masaaki Noda was born in Fulkuyama, of Hirosima, Japan, in 1949. Studied in the Fine Art School of Osaka. In 1977 moved to New York, where he lives and works. His first personal exhibition was held in 1972. He has made many personal exhibitions all over the world.In 2005 installed the sculpture of Apollo’s Mirror, in the European Cultural Center, Delfoi

Education:
1969-1972  Osaka University of Arts, Japan

1977-1980  The Arts Students League of New York (Elizabeth Carstairs Scholarship)

Background:

1949  Born, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan

1977  Left Japan for New York, NY, United States of America

Solo Exhibitions:

Shinanobashi Gallery, Osaka, Japan

1973,74  Miyazaki Gallery, Osaka

1975  Hanga Gallery, Kyoto

1975,76  Shinanobashi Gallery, Osaka

1977  Miyazaki Gallery, Osaka Shinanobashi Gallery, Osaka

1979,80  Shinanobashi Gallery, Osaka

1981  Gallery Le Coin, Osaka

1982  A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, Inc., New York, NY Miriam Perlman Gallery, Chicago, IL Kew Gallery, New York, NY

1984  Miriam Perlman Gallery, Chicago, IL Belle Arts Gallery, Nyack, NY

1985  Galley Downtown, Fort Worth, TX Belle Arts Gallery, Nyack, NY Yoh Art Gallery, Osaka

1986  Gallery Hiro, Tokyo, Osaka Conremporary Art Center, Osaka, Yoh Art Gallery, Osaka

Gallery Access Act, Kyoto, Modern Art Gallery of Tenmaya, Fukuyama, Hiroshima

1987  Gallery Le Coin, Osaka, Gilbert Luber Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

1988  Wenniger Graphics, Boston, MA,  Wenniger Graphics, Provincetown, MA

          Mari Gallery, Westchester, NY

1989  Wenniger Graphics, Boston, MA,  Wenniger Graphics, Provincetown, MA

1990  Gilbert Luber Gallery, Philadelphia, PA,  Artist Gallery, New York, NY

          Seton Hall University Art Gallery, NJ

1991   Gallery Hiro, Tokyo, Garando Gallery, Nagoya, Yoh Art Gallery, Osaka

          Hiro Chikashige Gallery, Okayama, Suzukawa Gallery, Hiroshima

          Fukuyama Museum of Art, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Tenmaya Bijutsu Gallery, Fukuyama,  Hiroshima

1992  Gallery Seijyo, Sendai, Gallery APA, Nagoya, SPF USA Gallery and Library, Inc., 

          Washington, DC

1995  Galerie Les Cyclades, Antebes, France John Callahan Gallery, Boston, MA 

          Gallery Hiro, Izu Kogen      

1999  70th Art Gallery, New York, NY

2000  Gallery Hiro, Tokyo, Gallery Fine Art, Osaka, Tenmaya Bijutsu Gallery, Fukuyama,

           Hiroshima Suzukawa Gallery, Hiroshima Art Com Gallery, Osaka, Japan

2001   Art Com Gallery, Osaka, Japan

2003   Andre Zarre Gallery, New York Shenzhen Museum of Art, China

2005   Astrolavos Art Gallery, Athens, Greece

2006   Fukuyama Museum of Art, Fukuyama, Hiroshima

2007   TSATSIS PROJECTS / ARTFORUM, Thessaloniki

2013   ART-ATHINA    TSATSIS PROJECTS / ARTFORUM, Thessaloniki