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Tamiko Kawata Biography

Tamiko Kawata (born in Kobe, Japan) received her BFA in Sculpture at Tsukuba University and moved to New York in 1962. She has received awards and fellowships from MeetFactory in Chez, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York Foundation for Arts and the Fellowship, Empire State Alliance, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, and Louise Bourgeois Residency Award in Yaddo, and Edward Albee Art Foundation. Her works are in the permanent collections of Montreal Museum for Contemporary Art, Racine Art Museum, LongHouse Reserve, Museum for Arts and Design, Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Museum, Hawaii Art Museum, and many other private collections in Japan.

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Tamiko Kawata In Ocula Magazine

Asia Contemporary Art Week: Diary #6: 15–26 October 2018 Ocula Insight
In collaboration with Asia Contemporary Art Week
Asia Contemporary Art Week: Diary #6: 15–26 October 2018 By Bansie Vasvani

In the final two weeks of October, there seemed to be a shift of focus in the 13 th edition of Asia Contemporary Art Week's (ACAW) exhibitions in New York. Beginning on 15 October with Kuwaiti artist Monira Al Qadiri's evening of film and conversation with Assistant Curator Sophie Cavoulacos at The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the fortnight's...

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