Yasumasa Morimura Catalogue
Yasumasa Morimura
Group Exhibitions
1998
"Arret sur Image," Art&Public. Geneve, Switzerland. 
 
"Rene Magritte and contemporary art, an influence on ideas and facts, or the puzzle never solved," Museum voor Moderne Kunst. Oostende, Belgium. 
 
"Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie," Arles, France. 
 
"Electronically Yours," Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. 
 
"The 80's," Culturgest. Lisbon, Portugal. 
 
"LIFESTYLE-International Art in the Border Areas of Fashion, Design, Styling, Interiors," Kunsthaus Bregenz. Bregenz, Austria. 
 
"Fetishes & Fetishisms," Passage de Retz. Paris, France. 
 
"Issey Miyake," Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain. Paris, France. 
 
"Tastes and Pursuits: Japanese Art in the 1990s," New Delhi National Modern Museum. New Delhi, India. 
 
"Recycling Art History," Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 
 
"La Fotografia Y La Moda," Galeria Juana de Aizpuru. Madrid, Spain. 
 
Elias Fine Art. Boston, Massachusetts. 
 
"Rosso Vivo," PAC-Padiglione d'Art Contemporanea. Milan, Italy. 
 
Luhring Augustine. New York, New York. 
 
"Technotherapy," Osaka City Central Public Hall. Osaka, Japan. 
 
1999
"Fame: After Photography," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
"Tendence," Abbaye Saint-André d'art contemporain. Meymac, France. 
 
"Regarding Beauty: A View of the Late Twentieth Century," Hirshhorm Museum and Sculpture Garden. Washington, DC. 
Haus der Kunst. Munich, Germany. 
 
"Kunstwelten im Dialog," Museum Ludwig. Köln, Germany. 
 
"Art at Work: Forty Years of the Chase Manhattan Collection," Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas. 
 
"Ghost in the Shell: Photography and the Human Soul, 1850-2000," Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Los Angeles, California. 
 
"Who's That Girl?," Sandra Gering Gallery. New York, New York. October 21-Novermber 20, 1999. 
Palazzo Lanfranchi, Lungarno Gambacorti. Pisa, Italy. 
 
2000
"Le Sourires de Monna Lisa," Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. Tokyo, Japan. 
 
"Human and Gender," The 3rd Kwangju Biennale. Kwangju, Korea. March 29-June 7, 2000. 
 
"Cos-Play," Arti et Amicitiae. Amsterdam, Netherlands. 
 
"Department Store of Contemporary Art," Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art. Yamanashi, Japan. 
 
"World Without End : Photography and the 20th Century," Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia. December 2, 2000-February 25, 2001. 
 
"Exhibtion for children 2000," Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art. Hiroshima, Japan. 
 
"Gendai: Japanese Contemporary Art-Between the Body and Space," Center for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle. Warsaw, Poland. 
 
"Contemporary Photography from Japan," De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art. Tilburg, Netherlands. October 21, 2000-February 18, 2001. 
 
"Beauty Now," Haus der Kunst. Munich, Germany. 
 
"Skin," Deste Foundation. Athens, Greece. 
 
"Modernite Japonaise," Monnaie de Paris. Paris, France. 
 
"Making Light: Wit and Humor in Photography," The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, New York. 
 
"Staged: Constructions of Reality in Contemporary Photography," Bonakdar Jancou Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Narcisse Blesse: Autoportraits contemporains 1970-2000," Passage de Retz. Paris, France. June 20-September 2, 2000. 
 
"Photography Now: An International Survey of Contemporary Photography," Contemporary Arts Center. New Orleans, Louisiana. 
 
"Contemporary Group Show," Fifty One Fine Art Photography. Antwerpen, Belgium. September 8-October 14, 2000. 
 
"Olympia Redux- Contemporary Artists Look at Edouard Manet," The Contemporary Museum. Honolulu, Hawaii. 
 
"Fame: After Photography," Museum of Modern Art. New York, New York. 
 
2001
"Debut," Rice Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. 
 
"Yasumasa Morimura, Sawako Goda," Kochi Prefectural Museum. Kochi, Japan. 
 
"Comunicacion Entre las Artes," Valencia Biennale. Valencia, Spain. 
 
"Recasting the Past: Beneath the Hollywood Tinsel," Main Art Gallery, California State, Fullerton. Fullerton, California. 
 
"Yasumasa Morimura: An Inner Dialogue With Frida Kahlo," Hara Museum of Contempor ary Art. Tokyo, Japan. July 20-October 7, 2001. 
 
"A Contemporary Cabinet of Curiosities: Selections from the Vicki and Kent Logan," Kent and Vicki Logan Galleries Collection, CCAC. Institute, Oakland, California. January 17–March 3, 2001. 
 
"Identities: Contemporary Portraiture," New Jersey Center for Visual Arts. Summit, New Jersey. 
 
"Installed Collections/Collections Installed," Mason Gross School of the Arts/Zimmerli Museum of Art. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 
 
"Bogus: Counterfeit Images and Contemporary Art," Castle Gallery, The College of New Rochelle. New Rochelle, New York. 
 
2002
"Wonderland," Aeroplastics. Brussels, Belgium. 
 
"Chameleon Dreams," Julia Friedman Gallery. Chicago, Illinois. 
 
"Future Plan," Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art. Kobe, Japan. 
 
"Masquerade," John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 
 
"Two Of Us," L.A. Galerie Lothar Albrecht. Frankfurt, Germany. 
 
"The Floating World and Beyond," Weatherspoon Art Museum, The University of North Carolina. Greensboro, North Carolina. August 18–October 27, 2002. 
 
"Art Downtown," Wall Street Rising. New York, New York. 
 
2003
"Not Afraid," Rubell Family Collection. Miami, Florida. 
 
"Happiness," Mori Art Museum. Tokyo, Japan. October 18, 2003-January 18, 2004. 
 
"Supernova: Art of the 1990s from the Logan Collection," San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco, California. December 13, 2003-May 23, 2004. 
 
"Influence, Anxiety & Gratitude," MIT List Visual Arts Center. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
 
"The History of Japanese Photography," Museum of Fine Arts. Houston, Texas. March 2-April 27, 2003. 
 
"Role Play Self-Portrait Photography," Zabriskie Gallery. New York, New York. December 17-January 24, 2003. 
 
2004
"20th Anniersary Exhibition: The Copy Age-From Duchamp Thorough Warhol to Morimura," The Museum of Modern Art. Shiga, Japan. June 5-September 5, 2004. 
 
"Takarazuka: The Land Of Dreams," Suntory Museum. Osaka, Japan. 
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery. Tokyo, Japan. July 24-September 26, 2004.
Sogo Museum. Yokohama, Japan. 
 
"Commodities, Celebrities, Death & Disaster," Salina Art Center. Salina, Kansas. February16-May 16, 2004. 
 
"Confronting Tradition: Contemporary Art from Kyoto," Smith College Museum of Art. Northampton, Massachusetts. 
 
"Camouflage, Surrogates, and Other Divisionary Tactics," The Rachofsky House. Dallas, Texas. 
 
"Maestros in Early Period," Ota Fine Arts. Tokyo, Japan. July 15-August 14, 2004. 
 
"Marilyn: From Anastasi to Weege," Sean Kelly Gallery. New York, New York. June 11 - July 24, 2004. 
 
"The Pretenders," Henry Art Gallery. Seattle, Washington. July 17-October 10, 2004. 
 
"Revisiting History. Self-Portrait Photography," Cristinerose Josee Bienvenu Gallery. New York, New York. 
 
"Disguise," Manchester City Galleries. Manchester, United Kingdom. 
 
"Made in Mexico," Institute of Contemporary Art. Boston, Massachusetts. January 21 - May 9, 2004. 
UCLA Hammer Museum. Los Angeles, California. June 6-September 12, 2004. 
 
"Imag(in)ing the West: Photographs by Michiko Kon, Dinh Q. Le, Nikki Lee, Yasumasa Morimura and Tseng Kwong Chi," The Sheldon Art Galleries. Saint Louis, Missouri. 
 
2005
"Here Comes The Bogey-Man," Chelsea Art Museum. New York, New York. June 2–September 24, 2005. 
 
"Recent Acquisitions 2005: Some Versions of the Portrait," International Center of Photography. New York, New York. 
 
"Rising Sun, Melting Moon. Contemporary art in Japan," The Israel Museum. Jerusalem, Israel. 
 
"Post Modern Portraiture," The Logan Collection Vail. Colorado. 
 
2006
"Masquerade: Representations and the self in contemporary art," Museum of Contemporary Art. Sydney, Australia. 
 
Gary Tatinsian Gallery. Moscow, Russia. 
 
"Portraits of Artists: A selection of photographic works from the collection of Rex Capital, Rhode Island. In collaboration with Olivier Renaud-Clement," Luhring Augustine. New York, New York. 
 
2007
"Celebrity," Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Scottsdale, Arizona. January 20-April 29, 2007. 
 
John Michael Kohler Arts Center. Sheboygan, Wisconsin. 
 
"An Incomplete World: Works from The UBS Art Collection," The Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia. May 19-July 29, 2007. 
 
"Role Exchange," Sean Kelly Gallery. New York, New York. June 29–August 3, 2007. 
 
"NYC Photo," Phillips de Pury & Company. New York, New York. September 7-26, 2007. 
 
"A New Reality: Black-and-White Photography in Contemporary Art," Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. New Brunswick, New Jersey. September 1-November 18, 2007. 
 
2008
"Art is for the Spirit: Works from the UBS Art Collection," Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan. February 2–April 6, 2008. 
 
"Into the Atomic Sunshine," The Puffin Room. New York, New York. January 12–February 10, 2008. 
 
"The Masked Portrait," Marianne Boesky Gallery. New York, New York. January 11-February 9, 2008. 
 
Vlèek, Tomáš, curator.  "Re-Reading the Future: International Triennale of Contemporary Art," National Gallery in Prague. Prague, Czech Republic. June 3-September 14, 2008. 
 
"Still/Motion – Liquid-Crystal Painting," Mie Prefectural Art Museum. Otanicho, Japan. February 14-April 13, 2008. 
National Museum of Art, Osaka. Osaka, Japan. April 29-June 15, 2008.
Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. Tokyo, Japan. August 23-October 13, 2008. 
 
"Starstruck," The New Art Gallery Walsall. Walsall, United Kingdom. April 24-June 15, 2008. 
 
"Selections from the Hara Museum’s Permanent Collection," Hara Museum of Contemporary Art. Hara, Japan. March 1-June 1, 2008. 
 
Gaweewong, Gridthiya and Rirkrit Tiravanija, curator.  "Tomyam Pladib," Jim Thompson Art Center. Bangkok, Thailand. March 19-June 5, 2008. 
 
Phillips, Christopher and Noriko Fuku, curator.  "Heavy Light: Recent Photography and Video from Japan," International Center for Photography. New York, New York. May 16-September 7, 2008. 
 
2008-2009
Cameron, Dan, curator.  "Prospect.1 New Orleans," Multiple Venues. New Orleans, Louisiana. November 1, 2008-January 18, 2009. 
 
2010
"Twenty Five," Luhring Augustine. New York, New York. May 8-June 19, 2010. 
 
2011
"Beauty Culture," Annenberg Space for Photography. Los Angeles, California. May 21-November 27, 2011. 
 
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