Mayumi Terada (Japanese, born )

Timeline

1958
Born in Tokyo
1986
67th Sogetsu Exhibition: Awarded Young Master Prize
1989
M.F.A., University of Tsukuba
2001
Moved to New York
2003
Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artists
Lives and works in New York

Exhibitions

2007
Asia American Art Center, New York, Mid Career Artist Series Two Person Exhibition
2007
Robert Miller Gallery, New York, Black and Blue (June 7 – July 31)
2007
Carlos Carvalho Arte Contemporanea, Lisbon, Surrounding Matta – Clark (May 10 – July 14)
2007
Takashimaya Art Gallery X, Tokyo, Monologue of Light (solo)
2007
Gallery Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL, Intimate Visions Mayumi Terada (solo)
2007
Gallery Out of Place, Nara, Mayumi Terada New Works (October 18 – November 18) (solo)
2007
Robert Miller Gallery, New York, Mayumi Terada (March 1 – April 7) (solo)
2005–2006
Gallery out of Place, Nara, Mayumi Terada: In the Bright Room (December 1, 2005 – January 15, 2006) (solo)
2005–2006
Base Gallery, Tokyo, Mayumi Terada New Works (November 25, 2005 – January 20, 2006) (solo)
2005
White Room Gallery, Los Angeles, In the Bright Room (January 8 – February 12) (solo)
2005
Robert Miller Gallery, New York, Almost (January 20 – February 19)
2004
Gallery 216, New York, Monumental Memo
2003
The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY, New Work Selection by Leah Koransky
2003
The Bronx Art Museum of the Arts, Bronx, AIM 23 (July – October)
2003
The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY, Made in Woodstock II (June 6 – August 10)
2003
Base Gallery, Tokyo, Mayumi Terada (September 1- 26) (solo)
2002
White Box, The Annex, New York, New Works Photographs and Construction (February 22 – March 30) (solo)
2002
The Hiratsuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa, Japan, Twentieth Century - Art Recognized Virtual Image Between Monaliza and Monman
2002
The Center for Photography at Woodstock, Woodstock, NY, New Work Selection by Leah Koransky
2001
Gallery Saatchi & Saatchi, Tokyo, Love Affair – Absence (solo)
2001
Busan Metropolitan Art Museum, Haeundae-gu, South Korea, In Search of Form - Japanese Eleven Artists
1994
Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, When the Body Becomes Art: The Organs and Body As Object
1991
Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo, Contemporary Sculpture - Art in Nerima '91
1991
Gallery K2, Tokyo (solo)
1989
Heartland Gallery, Tokyo, Art Landscape (solo)
1989
Hosomi Gallery, Tokyo, Japanese Artists in New York
1987
Gallery Natsuka, Tokyo (solo)
1985
Gallery of the University of Tsukuba (solo)