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Yuriko Fujita Yamaguch, Japanese artist.


Yamaguch, Yuriko Fujita was born on January 25, 1948 in Japan. Came to the United States, 1971. Daughter of Alexander and Michi (Hirose) Fujita.


Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1975. Master of Fine Arts, University Maryland, 1979.


Instructor University Maryland, College Park, 1988—1997. Adjunct faculty Corcoran School Art, Washington, 1988-1997. Assistant professor George Washington University, since 2003.

Visiting artist Maryland Institute Art, Baltimore, 1991, Baltimore, 95, Massachusetts College Art, Boston, 1994.


  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include Columbia University, New York, Howard Scott Gallery, New York City, 2005, Museum Contemporary Art, Ise, Japan, 2005, exhibited in group shows at Hirshhorn Museum, 1984, Los Angeles County Museum, 1987, Koplin Gallery, Los Angeles, 1991, 1994, 1996, 1999, 2002, 2007, Gallery Emon, Japan, 1997, 2000, Numark Gallery, 1999, 2003, 2005, Adamson Gallery, 2009, exhibited in group shows at Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, 2001, Suyama Space, Seattle, 2002, Museum Modern Art, Kanagawa, Japan, 2004, Represented in permanent collections Atlanta International Airport, Hirshhorn Museum, National Museum Women in Arts, National Museum American Art, Smith College Art Museum, Corcoran Gallery of Art.


Married Hiroyuki Yamaguchi, March 25, 1975. Children: Seiji, Mariko.

Alexander Fujita

Michi (Hirose) Fujita

Hiroyuki Yamaguchi

Seiji Yamaguch

Mariko Yamaguch