Albuquerque Museum

ONLINE EXHIBITION. Enjoy a 360° preview of the exhibition at the Gallery Fly-Through. Click the links below to view the virtual gallery where Fat Man folded (The 1945 Oregonian) is featured. https://www.cabq.gov/trinity-exhibition/conceptual-art/yukiyo-kawano-fat-man-folded https://www.cabq.gov/trinity-exhibition/education/education

Open Studios at the Joan Mitchell Center

On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, we had an evening dinner followed by an Open Studios at the Joan Mitchell Center. Welcoming locals to see what Fall Artists-in-Residence have been up to in their studios. The Artists-in-Residence are:Sean Gerard Clark, New Orleans (S.G.Clark Art)Marianne Desmarais, New OrleansYukiyo Kawano, Portland, ORAthena LaTocha, New York, NY and Peekskill, … Read more Open Studios at the Joan Mitchell Center

Announcing 2019 Joan Mitchell Center Artists-in-Residence

https://joanmitchellfoundation.org/blog/announcing-2019-awardees-for-artist-in-residence-program?fbclid=IwAR20OZk30cshpv7lEP69rLBTj8obrP4e1suV-_Ud_lhRjV5HwoH51bkeobU January 10, 2019 The Joan Mitchell Foundation is pleased to announce the 32 artists who have been awarded residencies at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans for the coming year. All of the artists will be provided with private studio space at the Center, which sits on a two-acre campus in the historic … Read more Announcing 2019 Joan Mitchell Center Artists-in-Residence

Workshop: KONPAKU 魂魄– the River of Elsewhere

  A beautiful end-of the summer day, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015 I 5:30 p.m., we gathered at Concordia University, NE Portland, OR., and opened the one-hour work-shop. My opening introduction stating “this workshop is a collaboration between a butoh dancer, Teresa Vanderkin and me, a visual artist, Yukiyo Kawano. Together, we investigate what exists beyond the visible.” Then Teresa … Read more Workshop: KONPAKU 魂魄– the River of Elsewhere

Seattle Asian Art Museum

On August 5th, 2015 (August 6th, Hiroshima time), Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility (WPSR) commemorated the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima by having the 100% scale, second “Little Boy (folded)” installing on the steps of the Seattle Asian Art Museum. For this one-day outside installation, I attended to meet visitors, and talk about … Read more Seattle Asian Art Museum

reflect on “Suspended Moment:Desperate Bid For Life”

In my reflecting the pre-show performance (Centennial Play – “Words That Burn”) with a Butoh dancer, Meshi Chavez, on Sep., 27th, 2014. One of the way I understood about that moment — the moment felt like a phantom; the sense of impossibility filled the space; We all have experienced a nihilistic desire; imagine our own death… … Read more reflect on “Suspended Moment:Desperate Bid For Life”

Suspended Moment: Desperate Bid For Life

Fat Man (folded) and Little Boy (folded) will be showing at Centennial Play – “Words That Burn” – Portland, OR/There will be a per-show performance —Suspended Moment:Desperate Bid For Life –with a Butoh dancer, Meshi Chavez, on Sep., 27th   Suspended Moment: Desperate Bid For Life —-FREE EVENTS BEFORE WORDS THAT BURN PERFORMANCE 7:00pm – 7:30pm (the performance space open 30 minutes … Read more Suspended Moment: Desperate Bid For Life

One Thousand Questions/千の問 –Lantern floating ceremony

  From Hiroshima to Hanford   Wed., Aug. 6, 2014 In conjunction with a show at Columbia City Gallery, Etsuko Ichikawa and Yukiyo Kawano head north to Green Lake to participate in a special Hiroshima memorial lantern floating ceremony. Here the lanterns were float off the water: a symbolic gesture that started in Hiroshima to float … Read more One Thousand Questions/千の問 –Lantern floating ceremony

SPECIAL HAIKU DINNER – AN EVENING OF KARUMI

SUNDAY JUL 27, 2014 | 5 PM – 7 PM participated an artists’ crossroads event at Glyph Cafe: An Evening of Karumi. Karumi means a “light beauty with subtlety,” and defined the qualities found in the later poems of haiku master Matsuo Bashō.   Mukashi yori yomi okeru uta makura…..Of all the many places celebrated in … Read more SPECIAL HAIKU DINNER – AN EVENING OF KARUMI