Selected Past Exhibitions:
  • Bilder-Wahl - City Gallery Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany

  • Platonic Obsession - XYZ collective, Tokyo

    • Platonic Obsession - Yuko Kamei & Hikaru Miyakawa
      Dec. 7 - Dec. 22, 2013 | XYZ collective, Tokyo
      - Platonic obsession is the universe in cerebral space, a joy of the human mind. -
      Using geometric shapes as a conceptual meeting point, this two-person show attempts to bring together the bidirenctional perspectives on human bodies. Physical formation and decay summarize each interest of Yuko Kamei and Hikaru Miyakawa, however, these are the different sides of the same coin.
      Press release / Publication / Facebook

  • ROME International Cafe vol.13 - Creator's District Cue 702, Tokyo

    • ROME International Cafe vol.13
      Jun. 22, 2013, 19:00-21:00 | Creator's District Cue 702, Shibuya, Tokyo
      ROME Int'l Cafe is a monthly get-together that celebrates multicultural life in Tokyo, organized by Research Organization for Multicultural Education (ROME). Selected as the artist of the month, I set up a small installation of my works, being interviewd upon my practices, and lead a workshop in which participants can hold 'props' to pose for their souvenier snap-shots of the night.
      Facebook / Meetup

  • Ménage à Trois - Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand

  • ART meets DANCE 2012 - Yokohama Civic Art Gallery Azamino, Kanagawa

  • The Distance Between the Necessary and the Good - XYZ collective, Tokyo

    • The Distance Between the Necessary and the Good
      Jly. 20 - Jly. 29, 2012 | XYZ collective, Tokyo, Japan
      Inspired by the sci-fi novel “Cat’s Cradle” by Kurt Vonnegut, my second solo show displayed photographic works and objects stemed from my enquriy on scientific achievements that comprise the world today. Following the novel's fictional elements, my imagination glided from string figures to skateboarding, whose origins both trace back to cultures across the Pacific Ocean.

  • Human Frames - Kunst im Tunnel, Düsseldorf, Germany

  • Play it mute - in TOKYO STORY 2010: Tokyo Wonder Site CiR Final Exhibiton, TWS Hongo, Tokyo

    • Play it mute, in TOKYO STORY 2010: Tokyo Wonder Site CiR Final Exhibiton
      Apr. 28 - May 28, 2011 | Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo, Tokyo, Japan
      The basic idea of the exhibition was to examine the given situation as a score to play. Graphic notation in music provides players a latitude of interpretation. In the 1960s and the 1970s, dancers started to adapt the idea to choreography. The freest of it has been the form of improvisational performance, which proceeds through seeing and listening to the given time and space. Once the situation has mapped out, what drives one to initiate the move is the mind of play.
      Installation views: EN / JP

  • Turning a space into a place, or vice versa - Shinjuku Ganka Gallery, Tokyo

    • Turning a space into a place, or vice versa
      Jul. 16 - Jul. 22, 2009 | Shinjuku Ganka Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
      My first solo exhibition became the premier of 'Brand New Town' photo series along with some works from college, which were to reflect on the physicality of human living environments.

  • On concrete - Tokyo Wonder Site Emerging Artist Support Program 2008, TWS Hongo, Tokyo

    • On concrete, Tokyo Wonder Site Emerging Artist Support Program 2008
      Mar. 21 - Apr. 19, 2009 | Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo, Tokyo, Japan
      Organized by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
      Supported by British Council, Goethe-Institut Japan
      'On concrete', one of three winners of curating competition, brings together three artists, Yuko Kamei, Jörg Obergfell, and Sebastian Stumpf, who operate in various settings of the urban realm. With unexpected yet pragmatic actions, each artist directs viewer's attention to the physicality of space and questions its meaning.
      E-flyer / Catalogue