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FINE ARTS.Yuriko Terazaki – exhibition on Noordeinde

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 Yuriko Terazaki – exhibition on Noordeinde

By Dmitry Badiarov, director of Badiarov Violins gallery and atelier

Born in Tokyo in 1952, Yuriko Terazaki received Bachelor degree in Fine Arts from the University of Hawaii in 1974. In 1988 she studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Since then she exhibited in a number of solo shows in the United States at J.Todd Gallery, MA, U.S.A. (1991) and in Tokyo at Koyanagi Gallery: “Staircase” (1995), “Books” (2004), “Literature, Theater, and Music / CASE” (2007) and “Music” (2010). Yuriko_TerazakiShe participated in a number of group shows such as “Karuizawa Drawing Biennale” Wakita Museum of Art (Nagano, 1993),  Marugame Genichiro Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art (Kagawa, 1994), “Kanagawa Art Annual ‘96” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery (Kanagawa, 1996), “Art and Nature Exhibition” (Lake Yamanaka Training Center, 1997), “The Labyrinth of Lines II at Meguro Museum of Art (Tokyo, 2007), and at MA2 Gallery in Tokyo in 2013. She was Artist in Residence in New York (Asian Cultural Council) in 1988 – 1989, and Visiting Research Associate at New College in Oxford (Agency for Cultural Affairs) in 1998 – 1999. Represented by Koyanagi Gallery at Art Basel, Terazaki’s works make part in a number of private collections in Japan and Europe, as well as in public collections: Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Kagawa and Meguro Museum of Art. She also published a book “Book of Oxford” (Kodansha, 2004).

Yuriko Terazaki will exhibit works on paper at Badiarov Violins – gallery and atelier on Noordeinde, 117 in The Hague. Her exhibition, the first in the Netherlands is organized by Badiarov Violins in collaboration with Koyanagi Gallery in Tokyo will open on the 7th of September 2013. It will last until the 22nd of October.Badiarov Violins gallery and atelier focuses on custom-made fine violins by violin-maker Dmitry Badiarov however it has a fine-art element to it – art which inspires music. Several works by Yuriko Terazaki were actually inspired by instruments made by Dmitry Badiarov and one of the instruments depicted in several of her works shall be on display. Opening of the exhibition coincides with the Art and Fashion Days on Noordeinde.

 

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