IKEMOTO,
Kazumi

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The motif I work with is imaginary creatures within scenes vaguely reminiscent of something you've seen before. I try to depict a world of chaotic memories where reality and fantasy intersect, where the past and the present coexist. The method I use to get these images to manifest is to draw on transparent glass. In my current series, I am trying to establish a continuity in the images through drawings on vessels.



ID :   35
Name :   IKEMOTO, Kazumi
Birthplace :   Kyoto
Zip :   2160024
Place of Residence :   3-27 Nanpeidai Miyamae Kawasaki Kanagawa Japan
Tel :   81-44-978-2818
Fax :   81-44-978-2818
E-Mail :   ikemoto@zephyr.dti.ne.jp
Place of Work :   Tama Art University Dept. of Ceramic, Glass and Metal Design (Associate Professor)
Place of Work Zip :   1920394
Place of Work Address :   2-1723 Yarimizu Hachioji Tokyo Japan
Place of Work Tel :   81-426-79-5657
Place of Work Fax :   81-426-79-5653
Career: Education 1 :   1978 Bachelor of Arts. Kyoto City University of Arts, Department of Plastic Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts.
Career: Teaching 1 :   1990- Tama Art University (Tokyo) Part-time Lecturer
Career: Teaching 2 :   1991 South Australian College, Adelaide Art College of Sydney
Career:Teaching 3 :   1991 Canberra School of Art, Melbourne
Career:Teaching 4 :   1992 Toyama City Institute of Glass Art (Part-time Lecturer)
Career:Teaching 5 :   1997- Tama Art University Associate Professor
Awards and Prizes: Contest 1 :   1987 'Glass '87 in Japan' Achievement Prize
Awards and Prizes: Contest 2 :   1990 'Tokyo Glass Art' Prize for Fine Work, Hankyu (Tokyo)
Awards and Prizes: Others 1 :   1987,92 New Glass Review
Exhibition: One-Man 1 :   1988,91 Seibu Ikebukuro (Tokyo)
Exhibition: One-Man 2 :   1991 MA-HITO Gallery (Hamamatsu)
Exhibition: One-Man 3 :   1992 Daimaru (Tokyo)
Exhibition: One-Man 4 :   1993 Gallery A (Kyoto)
Exhibition: One-Man 5 :   1994 ESPACE 446 (Osaka)
Exhibition: One-Man 6 :   1994 Galerie L (Hamburg)
Exhibition: One-Man 7 :   1995 Composition Gallery (San Francisco, U.S.A.)
Exhibition: One-Man 8 :   1997 Contemporary Art NIKI (Tokyo)
Exhibition: One-Man 9 :   2001 Biidoroya Gallery (Nagoya)
Exhibition: Contest 1 :   1987 'Glass '87 in Japan'
Exhibition: Contest 2 :   1990 'Tokyo Glass Art' Hankyu (Tokyo)
Exhibition: Invitation 1 :   1987 'Contemporary Glass from Japan' D. Erlien Gallery (Milwaukee, WI)
Exhibition: Invitation 2 :   1988 'World Glass Now '88' Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art (Sapporo)
Exhibition: Invitation 3 :   1989 'One Aspect of Japanese Contemporary Art and Crafts' Azabu Museum of Arts and Crafts (Tokyo)
Exhibition: Invitation 4 :   1989 '8th Annual International Glass' Habatat Galleries (Boca Raton, FL)
Exhibition: Invitation 5 :   1990 'Glass Art '90' Tomoedou Gallery (Tokyo)
Exhibition: Invitation 6 :   1990 'Contemporary Studio Glass Exhibition' Growrich Gallery (Seoul)
Exhibition: Invitation 7 :   1991 'World Glass Now '91' Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art (Sapporo)
Exhibition: Invitation 8 :   1991 'Glass Art from Japan' Grohe Glass Gallery (Boston)
Exhibition: Invitation 9 :   1992 'Festival Ceskeho a Japonskeho Skla' Manes (Prague)
Exhibition: Invitation 10 :   1992 'Glass and Drawing' Gallery Nakama (Tokyo)
Exhibition: Invitation 11 :   1993 '21th Annual International Glass Invitation' Habatat Galleries (MI)
Exhibition: Invitation 12 :   1993 'Neues Glas in Japan' Kunst Museum
Exhibition: Invitation 13 :   1993 'Festival Ceskeho a Japonskeho Skla' Machida City Museum
Exhibition: Invitation 14 :   1994 'World Glass Now '94' Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art (Sapporo)
Exhibition: Invitation 15 :   1994 'Contemporary Glass from Japan' Habatat Gallerie (MI)
Exhibition: Invitation 16 :   1994 '22th Annual International Glass Invitation' Habatat Galleries (MI)
Exhibition: Invitation 17 :   1995 'Bare Essentials' Singnature (Boston)
Exhibition: Invitation 18 :   1995 'Glass in Australia' Meat Market Craft Center (Melbourne)
Exhibition: Invitation 19 :   1996 'Winds from The East and North' The Nordic House Reykjavic (Iceland)
Exhibition: Invitation 20 :   1997 'Made in Japan' The Glass Museum Ebeltoft (Denmark)
Exhibition: Invitation 21 :   1998 'Contemporary Japanese Glass' (Seto)
Exhibition: Invitation 22 :   1999 '2000 Years of Japanese Glass' Suntory Museum of Art
Exhibition: Invitation 23 :   1999 'Contemporary Glass' Niigata City Museum
Exhibition: Invitation 24 :   2000 'Japanese Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition' Onoda City Sun Park
Exhibition: Invitation 25 :   2000 'Contemporary Japanese Glass Art' Grand Crystal Museum (Taipei)
Exhibition: Invitation 26 :   2001 'Studio Glass' Himeji City Museum Japan
Exhibition: Others 1 :   1977 'Dokuritsu' Museum of Tokyo
Exhibition: Others 2 :   1977 'Three Artist' Kiku Gallery (Kyoto)
Exhibition: Others 3 :   1978 'Glass Exhibition' IVY-SQUARE (Kurashiki)
Exhibition: Others 4 :   1979 'Stained Glass and Mosaic' Tenmaya (Okayama)
Exhibition: Others 5 :   1980 'Four Stained Glass Artist' Japan and Italy Hall (Kyoto)
Exhibition: Others 6 :   1982 'Seven Glass Artist' Kyoto New's Gallery (Kyoto)
Commisions in Architecture 1 :   City of Yaizu Hospital (Shizuoka)
Commisions in Architecture 2 :   Aino Hospital (Osaka)
Commisions in Architecture 3 :   Library of City of Kodaira
Commisions in Architecture 4 :   Kuboyama Cemetery (Yokohama)
Commisions in Architecture 5 :   Islamic Center (Tokyo)
Commisions in Architecture 6 :   Kamisuwa Catholic Church (Nagano)
Commisions in Architecture 7 :   Hongou Catholic Church (Tokyo)
Commisions in Architecture 8 :   Kanagawa Prefecture Medical Center (Yokohama)
Commisions in Architecture 9 :   Tuzi Construction Corporation (Toyama)
Commisions in Architecture 10 :   Tennozi College
Commisions in Architecture 11 :   Momoyama College
Commisions in Architecture 12 :   Osaka Sinai Women's College