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Miya Ando

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Representing galleries
galerie sho tokyo, lora schlesinger gallery los angeles

modern, landscape, conceptual, video-art, installation, mixed-media, sculpture, abstract

Miya Ando

Miya Ando’s metal canvases and sculpture articulate themes of contradiction and juxtaposition of ideas. The foundation of her practice is transformation of surfaces.  Half Japanese &  half Russian-American, Ando is a descendant of Bizen sword makers and was raised in a Buddhist temple in Japan and in coastal Northern California. She has continued her 16th generation Japanese sword smithing and Buddhist lineage by combining metals, reflectivity and light in her transcendent paintings and sculpture. In 2011 she completed two memorial sculptures for the 9/11 in which she utilized 30 foot tall pieces of steel which had fallen from the World Trade Center Buildings. Ando’s work is has been exhibited extensively throughout the world, including a recent  show curated by Guggenheim  curator Nat Trotman. Miya’s public commissions include projects in  South Korea, London, New York and California. Her work appears in many important public and private collections and she is the recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant in 2012, the Thanatopolis Special Artist Award and Public Outdoor Commission Winner and Puffin Foundation Grant winner. She received her Bachelor of Science Magna Cum Laude in East Asian Studies at UC Berkeley and continued her studies at Yale University, in addition to  serving as an apprentice to  a master metal smith in Japan.


Recent Exhibits

Miya Ando participated in these exhibits:

Sundaram Tagore Gallery - Chelsea
Sep, 2014 Nightlight
Fresh Window
Aug, 2014 Group Show
Lora Schlesinger Gallery
Sundaram Tagore Gallery - Chelsea
Jun, 2014 Summer Group Show
Sundaram Tagore Gallery - Hong Kong
Feb, 2014 Light Metal
Sundaram Tagore Gallery - Hong Kong
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