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Shigeko Kubota

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Kubota
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Shigeko

1937 Born in Niigata, Japan Selected One Person Exhibition 1996 Whitney Museum of American Art, "Shigeko Kubota," June 19 - August 25, 1996 New York, New York Lance Fung Gallery, "Video is Ghost of Yourself," May 2-August 2, 1996 New York, New York DUCHAMPIANA (1968-1995) Sculptures Video (1975-1995) Shigeko Kubota a Teeny Galerie de Paris, Paris, France, February 9 - March 16,1996 Eric Fabre Gallery, February 1996, Paris, France 1994 Fondazione Mudima, "Shigeko Kubota, Video as a Form of Spiritual Collision with the World," Milano Italy 1993 Kunsthalle in Kiel, "Shigeko Kubota, Video Sculpture," Kiel, Germany Weisser Raum, "Shigeko Kubota, Video Sculpture," Hamburg, Germany Ford Artistico, Eisfabrik, "Shigeko Kubota Video Sculpture," Hannover, Germany 1992 Stedelijk Museum, "Shigeko Kubota 1975-1992," Amsterdam, Holland Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, "Shigeko Kubota, Video Installation," Retrospective, Tokyo, Japan 1991 American Museum of the Moving Image, "Shigeko Kubota, Video Sculpture," Retrospective, Astoria, New York 1986 Piezo Electric, Venice, California New Langton Arts Gallery, San Francisco, California 1985 The Kitchen, New York 1984 The Kitchen, Marcel Duchamp's Grave (revived), New York 1983 White Columns, New York Grey Art Gallery Window, New York University, New York The University Art Museum, Berkeley, California Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, Los Angels, California Fondo del Sol, Visual Art & Media Center, Washington D.C. 1982 Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland Folkwang Museum, Essen, West Germany 1981 D.A.A.D. Gallery, Berlin, Germany Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois Atholl McBean Gallery, San Francisco Institute of Art, San Francisco, California 1979 Aspen Center for the Visual Arts, Aspen, Colorado 1978 Museum of Modern Art, "Projects," New York, New York Japan House Gallery, New York, New York Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada 1976, 77 Rene Block Gallery, New York, New York 1975, 76 and/or Gallery, Seattle, Washington 1973, 75, 78 Everson Museum of Art Syracuse, New York 1973 Wabash Transit Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois 1972, 75 The Kitchen, New York, New York 1964 Naigua Gallery, Tokyo, Japan Selected Group Exhibitions 1996 Jeu de Paume, Paris. "Les cases conjugugées" en hommage ‡ Teeny Duchamp, March 5 - April 28, Paris, France 1995 Istanbul Biennale '95, Istanbul, Turkey Kwangju Biennale '95, INFO-ART, September 19 - November 20, Kwangju, Korea Venice Biennale, Asiana, Contemporary Art From the Far East, Palazzo Vendramin Calergi, Venice, Italy "Collection in Context - Gazing Back: Shigeko Kubota and Mary Lucier," July 7 - September 10, Lobby Gallery, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "Scream Against the Sky," San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art San Francisco 1994 "Duchamp's Leg," Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota Lincoln Center, Set in Motion, New York Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum SoHo, New York, New York Yokohama Museum of Art, "Scream Against the Sky," Yokohama, Japan 1993 VIDEOFORES 8e Festival International d'Art Vidéo Clermont Ferrand, France Mediale, "Feuer, Erde, Wasser, Luft," Hamburg, Germany Lyon Biennial, Musee d'Art Contemporain, Lyon, France Venice Biennial, "Passagio ad Oriente," Venice, Italy Electronic Art/Philips 1993, Berlin, Germany Barbala Gladstone Gallery, "Matthew Barney, Shigeko Kubota, Bruce Nauman, Marcel Odenbach, Sierrick Sorin," New York, New York Walker Art Center, "In the Spirit of Fluxus," Minneapolis, Minnesota, traveled to Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; The Wexner Center, Columbus Ohio; The San Francisco Museum of Contemporary Art, San Francisco 1992 The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan 1991 Artec 91, Nagoya, Japan Baghoomian Gallery, "Social Sculpture," New York 1990 Sydney Biennale, Australia Venice Biennale, Italy Taormina Arte, Sicily 1989 Kongress Halle, Berlin, West Germany Kolnischer Kunstverein und Dumonthalle, Cologne, West Germany. "Video Skulptur Retrospektiv und Aktuell 1963-1989" 1988 Art Space, Sydney, Australia, Australian Video Festival Japanisches Kulturinstitut, Bonn, West Germany, 3rd Videonale. Museum Ludwig, Cologne, West Germany "Ubrigens Sterben Immer Die Anderen. Marcel Duchamp und Die Avantgarde Seit 1950" Whitney Museum of American Art, New York at the Equitable Center, New York, "Video Art Expanded Forms" Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut "Inter-action: Light, Sound, Motion" 1987 Documenta 8, Kassel, West Germany Houston Contemporary Art Museum, "The Widow," Houston, Texas Piezo Electric, New York, New York Spiral Gallery, Japan '87 Video-TV Festival, Tokyo, Japan Philadelphia Museum of Art, A Centennial Tribute Apropos of Marcel Duchamp (installation on Duchamp and Chess) Painted Bride Art Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania International House of Philadelphia, Neighborhood Film/Video Project 1986 Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana Neuberger Museum, "The Window", Purchase, New York Villa Stuck, Munich, West Germany 1985 Hofstra Emily Lowe Gallery, Hofstra University, New York Kulturhuset, The Stockholm Culture House, Sweden Tamayo Museum, Mexico City, Mexico Kunsthalle Mannheim, West Germany 1984 Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Societe des Expositions, Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium Milwaukee Art Museum, Wisconsin Sprengel Museum, Hanover, West Germany Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark 1983 Biennial Exhibition, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York Palais de Beaux Art, Brussels, Belgium Toyama Museum of Modern Art, "Art and Technology," Toyama, Japan Focal Point Media Center, "Transformations," Seattle, Washington 1982 National Video Festival, Kennedy Center Center for the Performing Arts, Washington D.C. 1981 Takanawa Museum, Karuizawa, Japan The Seibu Museum, Tokyo, Japan Anthology Film Archives, New York, New York The Bronx Museum "Video Classics," Bronx, New York 1980 Akademie der Kunste, "Fur Augen und Ohren," Berlin Institut Aiemany de Barcelona, "Video Informative Series 2," Barcelona, Spain Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, "Ecouter par les Yeux," France 1979 Museum Folkwang, "Videoweeks Essen '79," Essen, West Germany Whitney Museum of American Art, "Shigeko Kubota/Taka Iimura: New Video" (exhibition catalogue) 1978 Art Gallery of Ontario, "Autobiography," Toronto, Canada Institute for Art & Urban Resources, P.S.1, Long Island City, New York "Couples" 1977 Museum of Modern Art, New York "Projects Video VII" Documenta 6, Kassel, West Germany (exhibition catalogue) Long Beach Museum of Art, California "Southland Video Anthology" (exhibition catalogue) Museo Carillo Gil, Mexico City, Mexico 1976 Akadamie der Kunste, Berlin, "Soho-Berlin Festival" 1975 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York "Projected Video" Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington D.C., "Art Now 1975" Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, "Video Art" (exhibition catalogue) 1974 Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, "Video Celebration for John Cage" Kolnischer Kunsteverein, Cologne, West Germany, "Projekt 74" Museum of Modern Art, "Open Circuits: The Future of Television," New York, New York State University of New York at Buffalo, "Women in Film & Video" Tenjo-Daijiki-kan, "Tokyo-New York Video Express" Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Biennale, Tokyo, Japan 1973 Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York, "Circuit: A Video International" (video catalogue) The Kitchen, New York, "First Annual NY Video Festival" The Kitchen, New York, "Yellow, Black, White, and Red" Ninth Annual Avant-Garde Festival, New York Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, "Video Exhibition" 1962 Tokyo Municipal Museum, Japan, "Yomiuri Shimbun Independent Exhibition" Collection Hara Museum Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan Gino di Maggio, Fondazione Mudima, Milan, Italy Jorge Santiano Helft Fundacion San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York The Museum of Modern Art. Toyama, Japan Education 1960 Tokyo University of Education, B.A. in Sculpture 1965-66 New York University 1966-67 New School for Social Research, New York 1967-68 Art School of the Brooklyn Museum, New York Grants and Awards 1995 Maya Deren Award, American Film Institute 1988 NEA/Visual Arts 1987 Guggenheim Fellowship 1985 New York Foundation for the Arts 1984, 82, 80 New York State Council on the Arts Fellowship, New York 1980, 78, 75 National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship 1979 Rockefeller Fellowship D.A.A.D. Fellowship (Deustscher Akademischer Austauschdienst) Berlin, West Germany 1977 "Indie" Award, Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers, New York 1975 Creative Artists Public Service Program Grant, New York Professional Experience 1984, 82, 81, 73 Video Artists in Residence, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois 1974-82 Video Curator of Anthology Film Archives 1981 Video Artist in Residence, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island 1978 Teacher of Video Art, School of Visual Arts, New York 1964 Vice Chairman, Fluxus Organization, New York