Artists
  • Eri Iwasaki, a nest, F50
  • Eri Iwasaki, a tiny volcano
  • Eri Iwasaki, 29.7x21cm
  • Eri Iwasaki
  • Eri Iwasaki,  F8
Eri Iwasaki, a nest, F50 Eri Iwasaki, a tiny volcano Eri Iwasaki, 29.7x21cm Eri Iwasaki Eri Iwasaki,  F8

Profile

Born in Hyogo, Japan in 1968
Works and lives in Kyoto, Japan
 
【Education】
1990 Graduated Kyoto Saga Art College, Major in Nihonga
 
 【Selected Solo Exhibitions】
2017 Solo Exhibition (Sendai Mitsukoshi, Miyagi)
2015 Solo Exhibition (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo, Sendai Mitsukoshi, Miyagi)
2013 Solo Exhibition (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
2011 Solo Exhibition (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi,Tokyo, JR Osaka Mitsukoshi Isetan, Osaka, Sendai Mitsukoshi, Miyagi)
2005 Solo Exhibition (Tokyo, continued in 2007)
1999 Solo Exhibition (Kyoto, continued in 2001, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009)
 
【Selected Group Exhibitions】
2019 “Reimagined: Contemporary Artists Take on The Tale of Genji” (SEIZAN Gallery, New York)
2018 “Nihohga: Kyo” (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo)
“NIHONGA: CONTEMPORARY ART OF JAPAN” (SEIZAN Gallery, New York)
“Something Precious: Heisei” (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
2017 “The Red: Woman” (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
“Group Seishin Nihonga-ten” (Kyoto Takashimaya, Kyoto, Osaka Takashimaya, Osaka, Nihonbashi Takashimay, Tokyo, continued in 2018)
2016 “So to Zo 2016: Gendai Nihon Ega, Kogei, Shinsaku-ten” (traveled through Japan, continued in 2017, 2018)
2014 “Wakate Nihonga-ten” (Niigata Mitsukoshi, Niigata)
2012 “ASIA TOP GALLERY HOTEL ART FAIR HK12 Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong” (Hong Kong)
“ART KYOTO 2012″ (Kyoto)
“ART TAIPEI 2013″ (Taipei)
2009 “Kyoto Nihonga Shin-ten” (JR Kyoto Isetan, Art Museum “Eki”, Kyoto, continued in 2010, 2011)
“Art Fair Tokyo 2009” (Tokyo International Forum, SEIZAN Gallery Booth, Tokyo)
“Nihonga: Kyo” (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo, until 2018)(travelled to JR Osaka, Osaka and Mitsukoshi Isetan, Tokyo in 2011, 2014)
“KIAF Korea International Art Fair” (Seoul, continued in 2011)
“Tokyo Contemporary Art Fair” (Tokyo)
2008 “Nihonga, Kyoto Kara no Hyogen NEXT no 10-nen kan, 1998 – 2007 ” (Osaka Seikei University, Osaka)
“Sho: Jidai wo Kirihiraku Nihonga-ten” (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo)
2007 “Nihonga Hyogen no Tayosei” (Osaka Seikei University, Osaka)
 
 【Collections】
 Kyoto Prefecture