Matsuda Yuriko 松田百合子 Japanese, b. 1943

1943 Born in Ashiya, Hyogo 

1966 B.A., Kyoto City College of Fine Arts, Ceramics major

1968 Graduate studies, Kyoto City College of Fine Arts, Graduate degree

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

1983 Japanese National Ceramics Exhibition, juried shows '73, '79, '81

1986 Kazuo Yagi Award, Contemporary Ceramic Exhibition '87, '88, '89

1988 Asahi Contemporary Crafts Exhibition, invitational '92, 2001

1990 New Artist Award, Yamanashi Museum of Art

1991 Gold Medal Award, International Competition of Ceramic Art (juried show), Faenza, Italy

1992 International Invitational contemporary Exhibition of Ceramic Art, Merit Award, Taipei, Taiwan

1993 Contemporary Ceramic Works “UTSUWA,” Saitama Museum

1996 “New Expression in Porcelain: Developments in the 1990s,”

The National Museum of Modern Art, Crafts Gallery, Tokyo

1996 “Contemporary Ceramic: Japanese Women,”

Japan Information and Culture Center,Washington, DC, USA

1997 Fuji-Seoul (Horizontal and Vertical) “A Vision of Eight Crafts- Japanese and Korean

Artists,” Seoul, Korea

1998 NHK "Calling on Ceramists” Studio Visits '98

2000 3 & 3 Barcelona-Japón,Barcelona, Spain

2001 World Ceramic Exposition 2001, Korea (juried show)

Invitational Exhibition of Cheongju International Craft Biennale 2001, Korea

2002 “The Legacy of Modern Ceramic Art,” Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu

2005-06 Contemporary Clay Japanese Ceramics for the New Century,” Museum of Fine Arts, 

Boston, Japan Society in New York City

2007-2012 Soaring Voices- Contemporary Japanese Women Ceramic Artists,” The Shigaraki

 Ceramic Cultural Park, Muzee National de Ceramique, Sevres, France (traveling USA)

2009-2011 The 10th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition (a traveling exhibition 

organized by the University of Hawaii Art Gallery)

2011 Japan x Faenza Pottery Modern, Italian Cultural Institute

2014 “What is pottery?” A Japan Ceramics Network joint exhibition

2016 Women artists in Yamanashi, Yamanashi Prefecture Museum

 

Solo Exhibitions (1968~2015)

Gallery Nippon (Tokyo), Ikebukuro Seibu Gallery, Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Gallery, Galerie 

Pousse (Tokyo), Masuda Studio (Tokyo), Kandori (Tokyo), Hankyu Gallery (Kobe, 

Umeda), Estudio Peironcely (Madrid,Spain), Gallery Daiichiarts (New York, USA), 

NaNo-rium (Yamanashi Prefecture)

 

Public Collections

Japan Foundation, Yamanashi Museum of Art, Takamatsu City Museum

The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, National Museum of History, Taiwan

Denver Museum of Art, Colorado, USA

Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu

Barcelona Ceramic Museum, Barcelona, Spain

Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas, USA

Yale University Art Gallery, Connecticut, USA

The Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA

Hawaii Foundation of Culture