Profile

1979.

長野県に生まれ、幼児期から東京に居住

2002.

多摩美術大学 美術学部絵画学科油画専攻 卒業

2004.

多摩美術大学 大学院美術研究科修士課程 卒業

2006.

Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, Post Graduate

Diploma (ファインアート大学院修士課程前期卒業)

2007. 

Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, MA (ファインアート大学院修士課程卒業)

 

主な個展

2018

「誰かのあとで少し変わる」The Lobby Tokyo, 東京

2018.

まちなかアート・プロジェクト 「ミライストカフェ」, 札幌

2017.

「きのう誰かが見たあとで」, Clark Gallery+Shift, 札幌

2016.

まちなかアート・プロジェクト「華宮/はなれ」, 札幌 

2016.

まちなかアート・プロジェクト ART-X Vol.20 誰かのあとで少し見える#2, Cross Hotel Sapporo, 札幌

2016.

Okoimatsu 個展「誰かのあとで少し見える」 Symbiosis, 札幌  

 

主なグループ展

2017.

Sapporo Art Fair, 「ワンピースとタイツ」, Cross HotelSapporo, 札幌

2017.

UNKNOWN ASIA 2017, 札幌招待作家として参加, 大阪

2017.

ART OSAKA2017, DMO ARTS , 大阪

2017.

「おはようございます、おつかれさまです展」,500M 美術館,札幌

2014. 

Art in mind, Brick Lane Gallery, London

2011. 

Bow Arts Trust Open studio exhibition, London

2010. 

Summer selected exhibition, Tea-leaf- arts, London

2008. 

ART futures 2008, Contemporary Art Society project, Bloomberg Space, London

2008. 

Works on Paper, group show, Empire Gallery, Vyner street, London

2006. 

Grand Art Fair, Alexandra Palace, London

2006. 

Grow bag 06, group show in the public space, Mile End park pavilion, London 

2005.

Group show, The temporary contemporary building, London 

2005.

Deptford X studio opening art event, group show, The temporary contemporary building (Atlantic House), London

 

2017. 

UNKNOWN ASIA, Reviewer Prize, 的場大輔賞, 池田誠賞

 

掲載/出演

毎日新聞 2016/5 クロスホテル個展紹介

北海道新聞 2016/5 クロスホテル個展紹介

SHIFT, NUMERO DEUH, MdnDesign などウェブマガジン ノースウェーブ Cross Met Radio 2016/6 出演AIR-G 2016/6 

 


オコイマツ 名前の由来

アイヌに実在していた女性の名前から取らせて頂きました。

また、母親の旧姓が小松(コマツ)であり、幼少期祖父母の家が営んでいた自動車修理工場の情景が、現在の作品にも繋がる私の原風景になっているように思います。留学から帰国後北海道に移住した状況と合わせて、私のアーカイブが詰まっているように思うので。

 

Profile / Education

1979.

Born in Nagano, Japan. Grown and lived in Tokyo from a          young age.

2002.

Graduated from TAMA Art University ,BA in Fine Art Oil                  Painting, Tokyo 

2004.

Graduated from TAMA Art University, MA in Fine Art, Tokyo

2006.

Chelsea College of Art and Design, Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Art, London 

2007. 

Chelsea College of Art and Design, MA in Fine Art, London  

 

Solo exhibitions 

2018. 

“Slightly altered after someone came”, The Lobby Tokyo, Japan

2018. 

Machinaka-Art Project, Miraist Cafe, Sapporo, Japan

2017. 

“After someone saw it yesterday”, Clark Gallery+Shift, Sapporo, Japan

2016. 

“Machinaka-Art Project, Kamiy/ Hanare, Sapporo, Japan

2016.   

Machinaka-Art Project ART-X Vol.20, “Slightly visible after

someone came #2”, Cross Hotel Sapporo, Sapporo, Japan 

2016.

“Slightly visible after someone came”, Symbiosis, Sapporo, Japan   

Group exhibitions

2017.

Sapporo Art Fair, “Dress and tights”, Cross Hotel Sapporo,

Sapporo, Japan 

2017.

UNKNOWN ASIA 2017, (As a guest artist from Sapporo), Osaka, Japan

2017.

ART OSAKA2017, DMO ARTS , Osaka, Japan

2017.

“Ohayo-gozaimasu, Otsukare-samadesu” or “Good morning, Thank you for your work today”, 500M Museum, Sapporo, Japan

2014. 

Art in mind, Brick Lane Gallery, London

2011. 

Bow Arts Trust Open studio exhibition, London

2010. 

Summer selected exhibition, Tea-leaf- arts, London

2008. 

ART futures 2008, Contemporary Art Society project, Bloomberg Space, London

2008. 

Works on Paper, group show, Empire Gallery, Vyner street, 

London

2006. 

Grand Art Fair, Alexandra Palace, London

2006. 

Grow bag 06, group show in the public space, Mile End park pavilion, London 

2005. 

Group show, The temporary contemporary building, London 

2005.  Deptford X studio opening art event, group show, The 

temporary contemporary building (Atlantic House), London

 

Awards

2017. 

UNKNOWN ASIA, Reviewer Prize, Daisuke Matoba Award, Makoto Ikeda Award

 

Press

Mainichi (News paper), May, 2016, About solo exhibition at Cross Hotel 

Hokkaido (News paer), May, 2016, About solo exhibition at Cross hotel 

Online magazines : SHIFT, NUMERO DEUH, MdnDesign etc.

North wave (Radio), Cross Met Radio, June, 2016

AIR-G (Radio), June, 2016 


About my artist name

Okoimatsu is a real female name of Ainu, the original inhabitants of Hokkaido, where I immigrated to after coming back to Japan from U.K. And my mother’s maiden name is Komatsu. The auto garage that my grand father kept gave me a lot of artistic inspiration. “Okoimatsu” is just like following in the footsteps of my life.