Algus Greenspon

E’wao Kagoshima

Born in Niigata, Japan. Moved to New York, New York in 1976. Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

 

Education

1969

Tokyo National University of Fine Arts (M.F.A)

 

Solo Exhibitions

2014

Algus Greenspon, New York, New York

2013

FIAC, Paris, France

2011

Algus Greenspon Gallery, New York, New York

2008

Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, New York

1997

Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, New York

1986

Alexander Wood Gallery, New York, New York

1983

Gabrielle Bryers Gallery, New York, New York

The New Museum, New York, New York

1982

Ten Gallery, Fukuoka, Japan

1976

Peter Franagan Gallery, New York, New York

Nagai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1975

Matto Grosso Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1971

Miniature Shop, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

 

Group Exhibitions

2015

Unorthodox, Jewish Museum, New York

2014

Painters of Modern Life, The Box, Los Angeles, California

2013

E’wao Kagoshima and Luther Price, Vilma Gold,  London, England


2013

Better Homes, Curated by Ruba Katrib, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, New York

2013

Rien Faire Et Laisser Rire / Do Nothing and Let Them Laugh, Curated by Bob Nickas, Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Ixelles, Belgium

2012

Creature from the Blue Lagoon, Martos Gallery, organized by Bob Nickas, Bridgehampton, New York

Frieze Art Fair, Regents Park, London, England

2011

HAPPY HOLIDAYS! DRAWINGS! Alex Zachary, New York, New York

Looking Back / The 6th White Columns Annual – Selected by Nick Mauss and Ken Okiishi , White Columns, New York, New York

Foot to Foot: Alisa Baremboym, Darren Bader, Andrei Koschmieder, E’wao Kagoshima, Debo Eilers, Tim Lokiec, Amy Yao, curated by Margaret Lee, Regina Gallery, London, England

2010

Greater New York, selection by Matt Hoyt, P.S. 1, New York, New York

1996

Exquisite Corps, curated by Mitchell Algus and Bob Nickas, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, New York

1995

The Ideal, Mitchell Algus Gallery, New York, New York

1994

The Pop Image, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York

1988

Group Show, fiction/nonfiction Gallery (José Frere), New York, New York

1987

“One Eye or Two?”, Asian American Art Center, New York, New York

1985

Correspondence: New York Art Now, Laforet Museum, Tokyo and Osaka, Japan

1983

New Blood, Gabrielle Bryers Gallery, New York, New York

1982

The Graphic Rap Show, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England

1979

A Survey of Contemporary Japanese Art ’79, Japan Society, New York, New York

1978

The Great American Foot Show, Museum of Contemporary Crafts, New York, New York

1974

Craft Asakusa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

 

Selected Press & Publications

2012

Harris, Gareth & Pryor, Riah. “Domestic Bliss Meets DIY.” The Art Newspaper, October 2012

Rosenberg, Karen. “Check Out the Gallery in the Freezer: ʻCreature From the Blue

Lagoon,ʼ in Bridgehampton.” The New York Times, August 2, 2012

2011

Diaz, Eva. “E’wao Kagoshima”, Artforum, March

Neil, Jonathan T.D. “E’wao Kagoshima”, Art Review, March

Carlin T.J. “Critic’s Picks, E’wao Kagoshima”, Artforum.com, February

Kley, Elisabeth. “E’wao Kagoshima”, Time Out, February

1994

“The Pop Image”, Exhibition Book of Marlborough Gallery, New York, November

1987

Schwabsky, Barry. “NOTES FOR THREE PAINTERS”, November

1986

Schwabsky, Barry. Arts Magazine, May

Bijutsu Techo, Japanese Art magazine for Alexander Wood Gallery, New York, New York

1985

Correspondence: New York Art Now, Laforet Museum, Tokyo, Japan 

1984

Hagenberg, Roland. “Untitled ’84 – The Artworld in Eighties”

1983

Moufarrege, Nicolas A., “The Mutant Int’l I”, Arts Magazine, September

Moufarrege, Nicolas A., “The Mutant Int’l II”, Arts Magazine, October

Moufarrege, Nicolas A., “The Mutant Int’l III”, Arts Magazine, November

Dodds, Robin. “WORKSPACE KAGOSHIMA”, Exhibition Catalogue of The New Museum

“Soho – The Art Now”, Bijutsu Techo (Editorial feature and cover)

1982

The Graphic Rap, ICA, London, England