KISARAGI BIJUTSU STUDIO

About Artist

Chiori Miyakita

Miyakita excels in her lively colors artworks and graceful portraits. As a female artist, she successfully expresses splendid moments and feelings young girls encounter in their girlhoods from woman's perspective. Her flowery artworks unite contemporary sensibility and gracious quality similar to masters of classical paintings.

Chiori Miyakita
1967 Born in Tokyo
1992 Graduated from Tokyo Universty of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts, Japanese Painting Course
Graduation work won Taito Ward Mayor Award/Salon de Printemps Award
1994 Completed a Master’s Program at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts
Graduate work housed at Tokyo University of the Arts
Reproduction of graduation work housed at Taito-ward, Tokyo
1995 Awarded 10th Yuga-no-kai Japan Women's Association for Rehabilitation Aid Award
1997 Completed a Doctor’s Program at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts
Doctoral presentation exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts Museum
1998 Awarded 13th Yuga-no-kai Minister of Justice Award
2000 Awarded at 55th In-ten Spring Exhibition (2002, 2003)
2001 Awarded at 56th In-ten Spring Exhibition
Awarded at 86th In-ten Exhibition (2003)
2002 Awarded Taikan Award & Adachi Museum of Art Award in 87th In-ten
Exhibition of Selected Contemporary Artworks, Agency for Cultural Affairs
2003 Nihon Bijutsuin Scholarship (former Maeda Seison Award)
Solo Exhibition "Cover Illustrations for Japan Rehabilitation Aid Association Booklet" at Nakajima Art, Ginza, Tokyo
2004 Awarded Taikan Award & Tenshin Ibaraki Award in 89th Inten
Solo Exhibition at Takashimaya Nihombashi , Osaka
2007 Solo Exhibition at Nakajima Art, Ginza, Tokyo
Nominated for Nihon Bijutsuin Dojin
2011 Solo Exhibition at Nakajima Art, Ginza, Tokyo
Ceiling paintings for Senpuku-ji temple, Nikko
2014 Awarded MEXT Minister’s Award in 99th In-ten
2015 Solo Exhibition at Nakajima Art in commemoration of gallery's 20th anniversary, Ginza, Tokyo
Kagura Hall Ceiling paintings for Nikko Futarasan Jinja Shrine Chugushi
Awarded Prime Minister’s Award in 100th In-ten
2017 Eto votive picture for Nikko Futarasan Jinja Shrine
Awarded Adachi Museum of Art Award in 102nd In-ten
Solo Exhibition "Sou" at Mitsukoshi Nihombashi, Tokyo
2018 Solo Exhibition "Rashiku" at Tenmaya Okayama/Fukuyama/Hacchobori/Yonago
Present Nihon Bijitsuin Academy, Dojin (Coterie)
Associate professor at Tokyo University of the Arts, Japanese Painting Course
Project Professor at Bunsei University of Art

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