Stephanie Inagaki

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(A) Murder of Crows - 8, 2011 Charcoal On Bfk Rives 10" X 42" © Courtesy of the Artist and Skotia Gallery
Untitled (Diptych - left), 2007 Charcoal On Paper 34" X 41" © courtsey of artist and skotia gallery
Untitled (Diptych - right), 2007 Charcoal On Paper 34" X 41" © courtsey of artist and skotia gallery
(A) Murder of Crows - 12, 2012 Charcoal On Bfk Rives 10 "X 42" © courtsey of artist and skotia gallery
(A) Murder of Crows - 4, 2011 Charcoal On Bfk Rives 10 "X 42" © courtsey of artist and skotia gallery
(A) Murder of Crows - 16, 2012 Charcoal On Bfk Rives 10 "X 42" © courtsey of artist and skotia gallery
Quick Facts
San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)
Boston University

A Southern California native, Stephanie Inagaki received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Boston University's College of Fine Arts and her Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute. After studying abroad in Italy and living in major cities around the United States, she has returned to her roots to establish herself as a multifaceted artist in the Los Angeles area. 


Artist Statement

Relying on the essential evocative qualities of bodily elements such as skin, bones, and hair to develop painstaking executions and fantastic elaborations, my charcoal drawings push the physical into a realm of psychological space that vacillates between existence and mortality, stability and fragility, and the abject and the sensual. In these corporeal re-imaginings, the body becomes the border space where existence meets the uncanny.


2009     San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, Master of Fine Arts, Sculpture

2006     San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, Post-Baccalaureate, Sculpture

2005     Boston University College of Fine Arts, Boston, MA, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sculpture,
             Magna Cum Laude, Minor in Art History 



2012     Veneris XIII, A Group Show, Skotia Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
            Descending the Staircase Six Female Artists Redefining Portraiture, Aggregate Space,  Oakland, CA

2011     Unnatural Abstraction, Unnatural Alliance, Los Angeles, CA   
            Unnatural Disaster: Japanese Nuclear Relief Show, Unnatural Alliance, Los Angeles, CA
            #PrayForJapan, JapanLA, Los Angeles, CA

2010     Love Movement, Superfrog Gallery, New People, San Francisco, CA
            Feeding Ghosts, Kitsch Gallery, San Francisco, CA
            Painted Ladies, OhNo!Doom Gallery, Chicago, IL
            Rhythm and Rupture, Era Gallery, Oakland, CA

2009     Ten Wallets: The Museum of Pocket Art 2006 to 2009, The Lab, San Francisco
            Minor Landscapes, The Museum of Pocket Arts 2009
            Vernissage SFAI MFA Exhibition, Herbst Pavilion in Fort Mason Center, San Francisco
You, Me, and Everyone We Know, Alphonse Berber Gallery, Berkeley
             DIG: A Search for Lost Time, Diego Rivera Gallery, SFAI

2008     Art for Kids' Sake Benefit, West Bay Conference Center, San Francisco
            Root Division's 7th Annual Art Auction, Root Division, San Francisco
APAture Arts Festival, Space 180, San Francisco
  Ria Foundation: Hopes and Dreams, Union Square Park, San Francisco
             Art Kudos International Competition, year long on-line exhibition
Site and Situation, Clara Street Projects, San Francisco
            Insider/Outsider, Root Division, San Francisco
20/20 Artists, Back to the Picture, San Francisco
Ways and Means (WAM), 938 Howard Street Exhibition Space,
            San Francisco Saliency, Diego Rivera Gallery, SFAI

2007     Re:Covered, Diego Rivera Gallery, SFAISpring Show, SFAISFAI Now,
            Red Ink Studios, San Francisco



2008   Maria Ann Hsiao Memorial Foundation Scholarship
            Award of Distinction and Finalist, Art Kudos International Art Competition
            Best in Show and Merit, Creative Quarterly 10

2006-9   SFAI Grant

2005   Marianna Pineda Sculpture Scholarship

2001-5   Boston University Gran

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