Collaboration – Kyoko Imazu and Damon Kowarsky



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CV - Kyoko Imazu
Education
2007 Bachelor Degree of Fine Art (Printmaking) RMIT University

2005 Diploma of Arts (Visual Art) RMIT University

2003 Foundation Studies, Art, Design and Communication RMIT University
Solo Exhibition
2013 Adore Bird’s gallery, Kew

Mammals from Melbourne Museum Consulate General of Japan, Melbourne

2011 In the Neighbourhood Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy

2011 Six Realms Port Jackson Press, Fitzroy


Selected Group Exhibitions
2013 New Bestiarum Boom Gallery, Geelong

5 Press on! Printmaker Gallery, Fitzroy

Editions Tacit Contemporary Art, Abbotsford

Meet in the middle (two persons) Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne


2012 Fremantle Print Award Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle

Calacas International Print Exchange Expressions Graphics, Illinois, USA

Flora, Fauna, and Fantasy Gordon Edgerton Gallery, Gordon

Other Worlds Daley Gallery, Trinity Grammar School,

Kew

100 Works on Paper Kentler Gallery, New York USA



Talking of a Chameleon (two persons) Perimeter Books, Thornbury

7th Annual Artist Book Exhibition Artisan Books, Fitzroy

Recent prints in Japan (two persons) Consulate General of Japan, Melbourne

Pursuit Delhi India Art Fair

Collaborate (two persons) Japan Foundation Gallery, Sydney

2011 Installation and Exhibition (two persons) Aesop Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan

A Happy Medium Solander Works on Paper

Public Hanging XIV Methodist Ladies College, Melbourne

BSG Art Prize Show Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

Damon Kowarsky & Kyoko Imazu Collaborate Port Jackson Press, Melbourne

(two persons)

Manly Library Artist Book Award Manly Library, Sydney


2010 Carbon Co-Dependence Platform, Melbourne

Insert Coin Here CBD, Melbourne


2009 Geelong Acquisitive Print Awards Geelong Gallery, Geelong

35th Anniversary Showa Bijutsu-kai Kyoto Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan

Art Mirai National Art Centre, Tokyo, Japan

Second Nature Bus Projects, Melbourne


2008 Imagination Wayside Chapel, Sydney

Port Jackson Press Graduate Printmaking Award Port Jackson Press


2007 Impression First Site Gallery, Melbourne

Book. 07 Works of Imagination Noosa Regional Gallery, Noosa

The Animal Show Carlisle Health Practice, Melbourne

The Mary and Lou Senini Student Award McClelland Gallery, Melbourne


2006 Exchange Folio Show RMIT University

Curtin University

Sydney College of Arts
2005 Details Fitzroy Gallery, Melbourne
Selected Awards
2012 selected for Fremantle Print Award

2011 Japan Foundation Sydney Facetnate! New Visual Artists Grant

2011 selected for Manly Library Artist Book Award

2009 selected for Geelong Acquisitive Print Awards, short-listed, selected for Art Mirai Award

2008 Firestation Print Studio Award
Collections
RMIT University

Curtin University

Sydney College of Arts

State Library of Queensland

National Gallery of Australia

Port Jackson Press

Australian Print Workshop

Private collections in Melbourne, Sydney, Finland, Netherland, New Zealand, United Kingdom, United States, Hong Kong and Japan


Biography
‘Drawn in by Kyoto’, Stonnington Review, March 6 2013

Noriko, T ‘ “Stuffed with love” and “Appropriate Vandalism”’ GoGo Melbourne/Japan in Melbourne February 2013

Rule, D ‘Aesop. A Quiet Empire’, Broadsheet, Melbourne, March 2012

Hagger, D. "Appropriate Vandalism'. IMPRINT Autumn 2012

Ando, A ‘Collaborate’ The-One. Sydney April 2012

‘Collaborate’ JamsTV. February 24, 2012

‘Street level with Damon Kowarsky and Kyoko Imazu’ The Brag, Sydney. February 22 2012

Finch, SJ [Ed] Dotdotdash 08 "Gambit" Summer 2011 pp16-17, 65

Korp, M Golem and the Sufi New York November 2011

Studio Voice, October 2011

Guiguis, J 'Downtown' Inner FM 96.5 Melbourne October 4 2011

Guiguis, J 'Downtown' Inner FM 96.5 Melbourne June 29 2011

Coson, M ‘Printmakers heart Aesop’ Broadsheet Melbourne June 23 2011

Nagao, H Interview on SBS Japanese Radio Melbourne June 21 2011



Kohchi, Y ‘Damon Kowarsky and Kyoko Imazu Collaborate’ GoGo Melbourne May 2011


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