Hiro Yamagata


 ( 1948 - )


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2001 Photon 999, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain, October 29 - December 2.
NGC6093, Ace Gallery, New York City, New York, May 15 - October 21.
2000 An Active Life (Group Exhibition), Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 8-December 12, (catalogue).
The Solar System Installations, Project 1 : Hiro Yamagata Laser Laboratory, A Major Installation; Yamagata Studio, Malibu, California, December 2, 2000-continuous (catalogue).
1999 American Lips, Marlborough Gallery Chelsea, New York; May 22-June 25, (catalogue).
The Source (Major Feature Documentary on the Beat Generation, Produced by Hiro Yamagata), Los Angeles Premier, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, October 13, 1999.
Laumeier Lights, Major Outdoor Laser Installation, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri, December 10-13.
1998 Earthly Paradise for Rome, Rome Italy (Via Veneto, Piazza Barberini, Pincio) July13-29 (catalogue).
George Herms, Parade of Sculpture; Hiro Yamagata, Sculpture of Light; the First St. Bridge, Los Angeles 16-18 and October 23-25, 1998.
Earthly Paradise, Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, October 23, 1998-January 17, 1999.
Worlds Within (a three person exhibition), San Francisco Camera Works, San Francisco, December 11, 1998-January 30, 1999.
1997 Eternity or What, Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Santa Monica, California, April 10-May 10 (catalogue).
Eternity or What, Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Booth C268/D267, Art 1997 Chicago, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 9-12.
Earthly Paradise, Königs-Galerie, Kassel, Germany, June 21-September 28 (catalogue).
A Night at the Oscars, works from Earthly Paradise incorporated with laser light show for the decor of the Academy Awards Governor’s Ball, March 24, 1997 (catalogue).
Earthly Paradise, Austrian Museum of Applied Arts (MAK), Vienna, Austria, November 3-24 (catalogue).
Element-A Laser Installation, Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Santa Monica, California, November 22, 1997-February 28, 1998 (catalogue).
1996 Earthly Paradise, Fred Hoffman Fine Art, Art 1996 Chicago, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois, May 10-14.
Earthly Paradise, Royal Muse, Palace of the King of Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden, June 19-September 21.
1995 Earthly Paradise, Hakone Open Air Museum, Hakone, Japan, May 13-July 31 (catalogue).
Earthly Paradise, Zitelle Centro Culturale di Esposizione e Comunicazione, Venice, Italy, June 9-September 15 (catalogue).
Earthly Paradise, Collection De Voitures Anciennes de S.A.S. Le Prince III De Monaco, Les Terrasses De Fontvieille, Monte Carlo, Monaco, July 4-August 31.
Earthly Paradise, Villa Borghese, Montecatini, Italy, September 1-September 13.
Earthly Paradise, Museo di Automobile, Turin, Italy, October 19-December 31.
1994 Earthly Paradise, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, California, September 13-October 23 (catalogue).
1988 Official commemorative painting for the 100-year anniversary of the Eiffel Tower.
1978-85 United States exhibition tour: Chicago, Illinois; New York, New York; San Francisco, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Boston, Massachusetts; San Diego, California; Scottsdale, Arizona; Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; Anchorage, Alaska; New Orleans, Louisiana; Tampa, Florida; and West Palm Beach, Florida.
1978 Moves to Los Angeles, California.
1976 Begins work with Peter Brook and the International Theatre, and creates set design for Ubu-Roi.
1974-80 First European exhibition tour: Vienna, Austria; London, United Kingdom; Rome, Italy; and Munich, Germany.
Coordinates European concert tours for the Art Ensemble of Chicago.
1972 Moves to Paris, France and attends L’Ecole des Beaux Arts.
1948 Born May 30 in Maibara, Japan, a small town near Kyoto.