Eisuke Sato

 

Works

Past Exhibition

 

CV

 

1973    Born in Oita
2001    B.F.A., University of Washington, Seattle, WA
2003    M.F.A., American University, Washington, DC 
    
[Solo exhibitions]    
2013    GALLERY MoMo Ryogoku, Tokyo
2008    GALLERY MoMo, Tokyo
2006    GALLERY MoMo, Tokyo
2005    GALLERY MoMo, Tokyo
2004    GALLERY MoMo, Tokyo
2002    Apolo Space Galala, Fukuoka
2001    Fulcrum Gallery, Washington, DC
    
[Group exhibitions]    
2014    "2 + 2 After Birth" GALLERY MoMo Projects, Tokyo
2011    "Regenerate" GALLERY MoMo Ryogoku, Tokyo
2010    "Visage vol.2" GALLERY MoMo Ryogoku, Tokyo
2009    "101TOKYO Contemporary Art Fair" Akihabara UDX Building, Tokyo
            "Summer Group Show Hop Step Jump" GALLERY MoMo Roppongi, Tokyo
2008    "Opening Exhibition"  GALLERY MoMo Ryogoku, Tokyo
2007    "The 11th Liquitex Biennale" Aoyama SPIRAL Gallery, Tokyo
2006    "Acryl Award 2005" Shinjuku Park Tower Gallery, Tokyo
2005    "6th Spiral Independent Creator’s Festival"  Aoyama Spiral, Tokyo
2004    "The 13th ART BOX Grand Prix Exhibition"  ART BOX Gallery, Tokyo
            "The 2nd Japan Art Acadmy Awards"  exhibited in Tokyo, Osaka, Sapporo, Nagoya and Fukuoka
            "What's the Story-Narrative Art from Watkins Collection" Watkins Gallery, Washington, DC
            "The 14th Memorial Exhibition of Shigeru Aoki"  Ishibashi Art Museum, Fukuoka, Kohriyama City Art Museum, Fukushima
2003    "GEISAI 4,"  Tokyo Big Site, Tokyo
            "Artists by Artists"  Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
            "The 13th ART BOX Awards," DIC COLOR SQUARE, Tokyo
2001    "Passages" Studio 7 Warehouse Gallery, Washington, DC
            "MFA Thesis Exhibition"  Watkins Gallery, Washington, DC
            "Through Looking Glass"  Studio 7 Warehouse Gallery, Washington, DC
            "Still Life with Self" 57 N Fine Art, Washington, DC
    
[Awards]    
2003    Gekkan Gallery Prize at "The 13th ART BOX Grand Prix Exhibition"  ART BOX Gallery, Tokyo
2001    Liquitex Prize at "GEISAI 4,"  Tokyo Big Site, Tokyo
    
    
[Public Collections]    
American University Watkins Gallery, Washington, DC
Takahashi Collection, Tokyo