Mayumi ODA - 小田 まゆみ

b. 1941
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1941 Born in Tokyo
1966 Graduated from Tokyo University of Fine Arts
1968 Studied at Pratt Graphic Center, New York
1969 One –woman show, Harvard University, Cambridge
1970 International Print Biennal, Tokyo
1971 22nd National Exhibition of Prints, Library of Congress
1972 International Print Biennal, Bradford, England
New Talents in Printmaking, AAA gallery, New York
One-woman show, Yoshii Gallery, Tokyo
1973 One-woman show, Art/Asia Gallery, Cambridge
10th International Graphic Art Exhibit, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1974 Modern Japanese Print Show, Boston
Two-woman show, Contemporary Asia Art Gallery, Washington D.C.
1975 24th National Exhibition of Prints, Library of Congress
One-woman show, Galeie Mukai, Tokyo
One-woman show, Art/Asia Gallery, Cambridge
1976 One-woman show, Upstairs Gallery, San Francisco
One-woman show, Franell Gallery, Tokyo Two-woman show, Ankrum Gallery, Los Angeles One-woman show, gallery Humanite, Nagoya
1977 World Print Competition, San Francisco One-woman show, Art/Asia Gallery, Cambridge One-woman show, 24 Sather Gate Gallery, Berkeley
1978 One-woman show, Galerie Mukai, Tokyo One-woman show, Galerie Humanit, Nagoya 23 rd Annual Print Show, CWAJ, Tokyo
1979 Two-person show, Tolman Collection, Tokyo One-woman show, Mary Basket Gallery, Cincinnati
1980 One-woman show, Gallery Ankrum, Los Angeles One-woman show, Satori Collection, Portola Valley, Calif. Japanese Printmakers, Tochigi Prefectural Museum, Japan
1981 One-woman show, Satori Gallery, San Francisco One-woman show, Tolman Collection, Tokyo One-woman show, Gallery Petit Formes, Osaka
2015 Breaking Barriers – Japanese Women Print Artists 1950 – 2000, Portland Art Museum, Oregon
Collections
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Cincinnati Art Museum
Portland Art Museum, Oregon
Osaka Mordern Art Center, Japan
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan
Tokyo University of Fine Art, Japan
Smithsonian Institute, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

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