Tazuko Ichikawa — Biography

Biography

Born in Tokyo, Japan B.A. Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Lives and works in Maryland.

Solo Exhibitions

2016
"Light & Rhythm: Small Works by Tazuko Ichikawa" Luther W. Brady, Art Gallery George Washington University
2002
Gallery K, Washington, DC
2000
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1998
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1996
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1995
Sasakawa Peace Foundation Gallery, Washington, DC - Catalog Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1992
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1991
The Annex, Washington, DC
1990
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1988
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1986
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1984
Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1983
Gallery 10, Ltd., Washington, DC

Group Exhibitions

2016
'Ladies First' at Gallery Neptune & Brown, Washington, DC
2015
'Flattening the Form' at Robert Brown Gallery, Washington, DC
2013
'Objects of Desire' at Neptune Fine Art, Washington, DC
2013
'SELECT 2013' - Washington Project for the Arts Auction Exhibition by invitation
2012
'Signals' curated by J.W. Mahoney at DC Arts Center. Washington, DC "Envision", The Delaplaine Visual Arts Center, Frederick, MD.
2010
"Catalyst" WPA 35th Anniversary Exhibition at American University Museum curated by J.W.Mahoney. Outdoor Sculpture Invitational. "Artists in Dialogue with Landscape, V" curated by Howard and Mary McCoy at Adkins Arborerum, Ridgely, MD
2008
Outdoor Sculpture Invitational, "Artists in Dialogue with Landscape, IV" Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely, MD Curated by Howard and Mary McCoy.
2007
"Three Sculptors" curated by Richard Suib, at Tysons, II, Virginia Sculpture Invitational 2007 at Gallery 10 Ltd., Washington, DC
2006
Sculpture Invitational 2006 at Washington Square, Washington, DC Outdoor Sculpture Invitational, "Artists in Dialogue with Landscape, III" Adkins Arboretum,Ridgely, MD Curated by Howard and Mary McCoy. The Phillips Collection Staff Show, Washington, DC
2004
Outdoor Sculpture Invitatioinal, "Artists in Dialogue with Landscape, II" Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely, MD Curated by Howard and Mary McCoy.
2002
Gallery K, Washington, DC
2001
The Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA
1999
McLean Project for the Arts, VA
1998
Baumgartner Galleries, Washington, DC WPA/Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1997
St. Mary's College of Maryland Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1996
WPA/Corcoran Gallery of Art , Washington, DC Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, Maryland Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1995
"In Wood and Material Variations" curated by Tex Andrews, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD
1994
Taylor/Hodges Gallery, Charlotte, NC McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA
1993-94
Traveling Exhibition: University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD Washington College, VA Millersville University, PA
1993
Japan Information & Culture Center, Washington, DC - Catalog International Sculpture Center, Washington, DC
1992
McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA - Catalog St. John's Unversity, Collegeville, Minnesota Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1990
Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center, Washington, DC University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD De Andino Fine Arts, Washington, DC
1989
Tart Gallery, Washington, DC Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1987
Andrea Ruggeri Gallery, Washington, DC Jane Haslem Gallery, Washington, DC
1986
Gallery K, Washington, DC
1985
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
1984
Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, MD Anton Gallery, Washington, DC
1982
Boston City Hall, Mass.
1981
Power House Gallery, Montreal, Canada

Grants and Awards

1992
Artist in Residence Award Pyramid Atlantic, Washington, DC
1991
Excellence in Sculpture Grant DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
1990
Excellence in Sculpture Grant DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
1984
Best in Show, Brandeis Juried Show Strathmore Arts Center, Rockville, MD

Selected Collections

National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC
Delaware Art Museum, DE
American Physical Therapist Association, Alexandria, VA
Squire, Sanders and Dempsey, Washington, DC
Myoenji Temple, Tokyo, Japan
The Artery Organization, Bethesda, MD
Crowell and Moring, Washington, DC
Western Development Corporation, Washington, DC