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Shigeko Kubota, American Artist. Recipient Indie award Association Indiana Video and Filmmakers, 1977, Maya Deren award American Film Institute, 1995; grantee Creative Artists Public Svc. Program, 1975, New York Foundation for Arts, 1985, visual arts grantee National Endowment for Arts, 1988; fellow National Endowment for Arts, 1975, 78, 80, Rockefeller fellow, 1979, German Academy Exch. Svc., Berlin, 1979, Guggenheim fellow, 1987.

Background

Kubota, Shigeko was born in 1937 in Niigata, Japan, AMERICAN WOMEN0.

Education

Bachelor in Sculpture, Tokyo U. Education, 1960;postgraduate, New York University, 1965-1966;postgraduate, New School for Social Research, 1966-1967;postgraduate, Art School Brooklyn Museum, 1967-1968.

Career

Vice chairman, Fluxus Organisation, New York City, 1964;video curator anthology, Film Archives, New York City, 1974-1982;teacher video art, School Visual Arts, New York City, 1978;video artist-in-residence, Brown U., Providence, 1981. Video artist-in-residence School The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, 1973, 81, 82, 84.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Numerous one-woman shows, since 1964, including School Art Institute Chicago, 1973, Everson Museum Art, Syracuse, New York, 1973, 75, 78, Art Gallery Ontario, Toronto, Canada, 1976, 77, Museum Modern Art, New York City, 1978, Museum Contemporary Art, Chicago, 1981, D.A.A.D. Gallery, Berlin, 1981, Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland, 1982, American Museum Moving Image, Astoria, New York, 1991, Hara Museum Contemporary Art, Tokyo, 1992, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1992, Kunstahlle in Kiel, Germany, 1993, Eric Fabre Gallery, Paris, 1996, Galerie de Paris, 1996, Whitney Museum American Art, New York City, 1996, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, 1998, Lance Fung Gallery, New York City, 2000. Exhibited in numerous group shows, since 1962, including Tokyo Municipal Museum, 1962, Museum Modern Art, New York City, 1974, 77, 88, Whitney Museum Modern Art, 1975, 79, 83, 88, 95, Seibu Museum, Tokyo, 1981, Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Washington, 1982, Palais Beaux Art, Brussels, 1983, Stedelijk Museum, 1984, Tamayo Museum, Mexico City, 1985, Philadelphia Museum Art, 1987, Houston Contemporary Art Museum, 1987, Aldrich Museum Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, 1988, Art Space, Sydney, Australia, 1988, National Museum Art, Osaka, Japan, 1992, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1993, Yokohoma (Japan) Museum, 1994, San Francisco Museum Contemporary Art, 1995, Whitney Museum American Art, 1995, Venice Biennale, 1995, Kwangju (Korea) Biennale, 1995, Jeu de Paume, Paris, 1996. Work reviewed in numerous publications.

      Producer numerous videography, video sculpture and video installations.