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Hirotsune Tashima타시마 히로츠네

  • NATIONALITY
    Japan&USA, 일본&미국
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    Professor of Art, Head of Ceramics
  • EDUCATION
    1995 NYSCC at Alfred University, Ceramics, MFA
    1993 Osaka University of Art, Ceramics, BFA
  • EXHIBITION
    2018 IAC Members Exhibition, Yingge Museum of Ceramics, Taipei, Taiwan
    2018 Arizona Biennial, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, USA
    2017 Self Reimagined, New Jersey City University Gallery, Jersey City, USA
    2017 Evocative Garden,NCECA Invitational, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center,, Portland, USA
    2016 Desire, Belger Arts Center, Kansas City, USA
    2015 Solo Exhibition, Donaiyanen-How abot that?, Gallery Yuki-sis, Tokyo, Japan
    2014 IAC Members Exhibition, Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland
    2013 Ultra, Contemporary Art Fair, Tokyo Spiral, Tokyo, Japan
    2013 The Figure, Keramik Museum, Westerwald, Germany
    2012 Ecumene: Global Interface in American Ceramics, Visual Arts Gallery, Santa Fe, USA
  • AWARD
    2006 Residency Award, International Residency, (NCECA)National Council on education for the Ceramic Arts, Bolder, USA
    2006 Artist Residency Grant, International Residency Award, Lighton International Artist Exchange Grant, Kansas City, USA
    2005 Artist Grant, Artist Grant, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York, USA
    2003 Artist Materials Fund Grant, Artist Artist Materials Fund Grant, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, USA
    2002 Artist Project Grant,, Artist Project Grant, Arizona Commission of Art, Phoenix, USA
    2001 International Cultural Exchange Grant, International Cultural Exchange Grant, Tucson/Pima Arts Council, Tucson, USA
    1999 Emerging Artist Award, Emerging Artist Award, (NCECA)National Council on education for the Ceramic Arts, Bolder, USA
    1996 The Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship, The Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA
    1995 Artist-in-Residence Award, Artist-in-Residence Award, The Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff, USA
    1993 Ambassadorial Scholarship Award, Ambassadorial Scholarship Award, The Rotary International Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
  • COLLECTION
    2015 Vallauris Institute of Arts, Vallaurs, France
    2013 Maison des metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec, Canada
    2013 Keramik Museum, Westerwald, Germany
    2010 Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
    2006 The International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
    2006 International Ceramic Research Center, SkaelskØr, Denmark
    2003 Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona
    1995 Jingdezhen Museum of Ceramics, Jiang Xi,, China
    1995 David Bowie (Singer, Artist), London, Great Britain
    1995 Auckland Museum, Auckland, New Zealand
  • RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP
    2015 Figurative Workshop/residency(Invited), Vallauris Institute of Arts, Vallauris, France
    2015 Figurative Workshop/residency(Invited), Maison des metiers d'art de Quebec, Quebec, Canada
    2010 Figurative Workshop/residency(Invited), Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
    2008 Figurative Workshop/residency(Invited), AIR Vallauris, Vallauris, France
    2006 Artist in Residence(Invited), The International Ceramic Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
    2006 Artist in Residence(Invited), International Ceramic Research Center, SkaelskØr, Denmark
    1996 Artist in Residence(Invited), The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA
    1995 Artist in Residence(Invited), The banff Centre for the Art, Banff, Canada
    1993 Artist in Residence(Invited), Shegaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Shigaraki, Japan

나의 조부는 세계 제2차대전 당시 히로시마에서 소방관으로 일하셨다. 바나나를 의복/상황과 같은 것으로 생각했다. 나는 일본인으로 바나나처럼 노란색의 피부를 가졌지만, 영어를 말한다. 노란 원숭이 대신에 나는 킹콩이 되었다. 세계의 평화를 위하여 힘을 사용하는 대신 다른 민족의 문화를 이해하자.

My grandfather was a fire-fighter in Hiroshima during WWII. The banana is considered to be like a cloth or situation. I am Japanese. I look yellow, but I speak English. Instead of a yellow monkey, I became King Kong. Let us understand other cultures for world peace instead of using force.