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Nobuko Tsuchiya describes her working process as: “Not everything is as it appears
in my work, not everything is done on purpose. My decisions are made by using what
you could call a different form of thinking, and are made to operate between harmony
and discord, control and the lack of it. I always try to develop the conversation
between the things in my work and myself.”

Nobuko Tsuchiya appears courtesy of Anthony Reynolds gallery.

Individual Exhibitions
2009          Galerie Aline Vidal, Paris
2009         Nobuko Tsuchiya, Galerie Aline Vidal, Paris
2008         Nobuko Tsuchiya, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2007         Dialogue I, Galleria Enrico Fornello, Prato, Italy
           ‘once upon a time, in a distant place there was a parking fish project’,
            SCAI The Bathhouse Gallery, Tokyo
2005         Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2003         Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Group Exhibitions
    Quiet Attentions, Art Tower Mito Museum
    Shef-fish fuck, Se-project, Londres
    Pour Noël, au 2ème, Galerie Aline Vidal, Pari
    How to change your life in a day, Galerie Aline Vidal, Paris
   Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century, New Museum, New York
   Beauty and Beast, Fieldgate Gallery, London
   Galleria Nicola Fornello, Prato
   Sculpture/Object, The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on - Trent ,
   Hanley Exhibition #1, Dreamworks, Haas and Mayer, Gallery Zurich
   This storm is what we call progress, Arnolfini, Bristol
   Non Toccare La Donna Bianca – Arte Contemporanea fra diversità e                
   liberazione, Fondazione Sandretto
   Re Rebaudengo, Torino (cat.)
   Britannia Works, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Centre & Renos Xippas        
   Gallery, Athens (cat.)
   New Blood, Saatchi Gallery, London
   50 Biennale di Venezia, Venezia (cat.)
   Opening exhibition, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

   Edoardo Bonaspetti, ‘Nobuko Tsuchiya’, Mousse, issue 11, November (ill.)
   Chiaki Sakaguchi, ‘Nobuko Tsuchiya: once upon a time, in a distant place     
   there was a parking fish project’, Artreview, no. 14, September (ill.)
   Art Collector, No.2 (ill.) 4, vol.59, no. 893, BT
   Bijyututechyo, August
   Ecocolo, No. 15, July (ill.)
   ‘Nobuko Tsuchiya’, What Now! Design/Copy/CM/, brain,vol.47, no.6, June (ill.)
   ‘Nobuko Tsuchiya, once upon a time, in a distant place there was a
    parking project’, Art Review, June (ill.)
   Tokyo Newspaper, 25 May (ill.)
   ‘Nobuko Tsuchiya, once upon a time, in a distant place there was a
    parking project’,, 23 May (ill.)
   Contemporary Art Preview, 20 May (ill.)
   Martin Coomer, Time Out, 28 September – 5 October
   ‘Files’, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla Y Leon (ill.)
   '50 Biennale Venedig', Kunstforum International , August - October (ill.)
   Martin Herbert, Time Out , 24 September - 1 October
   Louisa Buck, 'What's On London', The Art Newspaper, September (ill.)
   Gakkam Bijutu , September (ill.)
   Bijutu Techo, September (ill.)
   Tsutsumi, K., 'Nobuko Tsuchiya', Luca