Expositions Personnelles

2018

  • “Naoko Majima” Galleria Finarte, Nagoya
  • “MAJIMA Naoko Jigokuraku” Nagoya City Art Museum, Aichi, Ashikaga Museum of Art, Tochigi
  • “Collection: Naoko Majima Unrepresentable World” hino gallery, Tokyo

2017

  • “Naoko Majima” Gallery TOM, Tokyo

2015

  • “Drawing in Pencil” Eric Linard Galerie, La Garde-Adhémar, France
  • “NO-NAI-MAYAKU : Drug-like Effects in Brain” hino gallery, Tokyo

2013

  • “Naoko Majima” Galleria Finarte, Nagoya

2012

  • “Fay” Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo

2010

  • “In the Danse Forest” Mizuma Action, Tokyo
  • “Naoko Majima” Galleria Finarte, Nagoya

2008

  • “In the Danse Forest” Gallery M Contemporary, Aichi

2007

  • “In the Danse Forest” Mizuma Action, Tokyo

2006

  • ”The Collidor to the Dense Forest” Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, Aomori
  • “JIGOKURAKU” Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi(〜’07)

2005

  • “JIGOKURAKU 2005” Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo

2004

  • “JIGOKURAKU” Kawasaki IBM Gallery, Kanagawa

2003

  • “JIGOKURAKU” Musashino Art University αM Project, Tokyo
  • “NAOKO MAJIMA Enferadis-JIGOKURAKU (enfer et paradis) ” Galerie Claude Samuel, Paris

2002

  • “Naoko Majima Enpitsuga” Gallery Kawafune, Tokyo

2001

  • “Naoko Majima Enpitsuga” Gallery Kawafune, Tokyo

2000

  • “Naoko Majima” Gallery Kawafune, Tokyo
  • “MAJIMA Naoko Jigokuraku” Ku-uso Glleria, Tokyo

1999

  • “Naoko Majima Part2 -Objet-” Gallery Kawafune, Tokyo
  • “Naoko Majima Part1 –Painting and Drawing -” Gallery Kawafune, Tokyo

1998

  • “Naoko Majima ’98 Part II -Drawing of Jigokuraku-” Gallery Shunju, Tokyo
  • “Naoko Majima ’98 Part I” Maki Gallery /Tamura Gallery, Tokyo

1997

  • “JIGOKURAKU” Chukyo University’s Gallery C. Square of Nagoya, Aichi

1995

  • hino gallery, Tokyo

1993

  • hino gallery, Tokyo

1992

  • “Naoko Majima” Akiyama Gallery, Tokyo

1991

  • “Nyuru Nyuru Nyoro Nyoro” Gallery Nakatani Furufuru, Tokyo
  • “Nyuru Nyuru Nyoro Nyoro” Maki Gallery /Tamura Gallery, Tokyo

1988

  • “Naoko Majima” Tamura Gallery, Tokyo

1987

  • “Naoko Majima” Maki Gallery, Tokyo

Expositions Personnelles (suite)

1986

  • “Naoko Majima” Maki Gallery, Tokyo

1985

  • “Naoko Majima drawing + collage” Gallery Act, Tokyo

1984

  • “Naoko Majima ” Café de Zéro, Tokyo

1983

  • “Naoko Majima” Inshyara, Tokyo
  • “Naoko Majima Jardin et galerie de l’institut” Institute of France-Japan, Tokyo
  • “Naoko Majima” ASG, Nagoya

1981

  • “Naoko Majima “Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo

1980

  • “Naoko Majima “Kobayashi Gallery, Tokyo

1979

  • “Naoko Majima “Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo
  • “Naoko Majima “Kobayashi Gallery, Tokyo

1978

  • “Naoko Majima “Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo

1975

  • Sakae Gallery, Nagoya
  • Akane Gallery, Tokyo

Expositions collectives

2019

  • “Gyousyo Bijutsu” Gallery Echo-ann, Tokyo
  • “The 3rd Art Exhibition in Forest of YAIRO” Ikeda Memorial Museum of Art, Niigata

2016

  • “Break in the Underworld: Hyakki Yagyo [Night Parade of One Hundred Demons] and Contemporary Art” Akita Museum of Art, Akita
  • “Auspicious Celebration of Lives” Oita Prefectural Art Museum, Oita

2015

  • “Modern: Blossoming Garden- Oita World Museum” Oita Prefectural Art Museum, Oita

2014

  • “Suehiro Tanemura’s Eye: Artists in Labyrinth” Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo
  • “Le Mur: Antoine de Galbert Collection” La Maison Rouge Paris, France
  • “Enjoy the art World with your loved one, Light & Darkness/ Miller, A detourned journey” Nagoya City Art Museum, Aichi

2010

  • “The 100th Projects [Pencil work’s World] ” Cyukyo University Art Gallery C-Square, Aichi
  • Span Art Gallery, Tokyo
  • Span Art Gallery, Tokyo
  • “Contemporary Art of China and Japan” Busan Museum of Art, Korea

2009

  • ” Collection Antoine de Galbert” Espace François-Auguste Ducros, Grignan, France

2008

  • “Gaëtane, Elsa, Naoko, Bjargy  dessins et vidéos” Galerie Claude Samuel, Paris

2007

  • Gallery SATSU, Tokyo
  • “Yokosuka Museum of Art Open Exposition Vital Signs: Reality of nine contemporary artists” Yokosuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa

2006

  • “Arc and Object: Affinity of the Jomon and the Contemporary” Aomori Museum of Art, Aomori
  • “Nature in Dreams: From Surrealism in the Early Showa to Contemporary Painting” Gunma Museum of Art, Gunma

2003

  • “Women’s View World’s Roar curated by Aomi Okabe” Institute of France-Japan,Tokyo

1998

  • Gallery Art Works, Mishima, Shizuoka
  • Gallery Nekoya, Niigata
  • Jinshonoyakata, Tottori
  • Gallery Kuruse, Osaka

Expositions collectives (suite)

1996

  • “HITO HITO” Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo
  • “HITO HITO : Small-size Works” Bokushin Gallery, Tokyo

1991

  • “TWO WEEKS IN THE SPRING” Tateyama, Chiba

1990

  • “Erotica Flowers- Naoko Majima and Tetsumi Kudo” Space Niki, Tokyo

1989

  • “The Definitive Edition of Tsugaru Shaman and Tokyo Ninja-Collide with Tetsumi Kudo” Art Spot Furu-Furu, Tokyo
  • “Tsugaru Shaman and Tokyo Ninja-Collide with Tetsumi Kudo” Gallery Tamura, Tokyo

1988

  • “Transfiguration of Nature’88” Museum of Modern Art Saitama, Saitama
  • “PARTY 3” Hamamatsucho Toshiba building, Tokyo
  • “Tetsumi Kudo: This One Work (supported Work) ” Art Forum Yanaka, Tokyo

1987

  • “At the Sight ’87” Fukushima City Open-air, Fukushima
  • “Asia and Africa” Kawasaki Civic Art Gallery, Kanagawa
  • “Transfiguration of Nature’87” Museum of Modern Art Saitama, Saitama
  • “Pre-show for Transfiguration of Nature’87” Parergon II, Tokyo

1979

  • “Two Persons Show: Kenzo Majima & Naoko Majima” Hakuzen Gallery, Nagoya

1975

  • “Twelve” Bungaishunju Gallery, Tokyo

1974

  • “Twelve” Bungaishunju Gallery, Tokyo

1972

  • “Twelve + one” TSUBAKI-KINDAI Gallery, Tokyo

Foires, salons et biennales

2008

  • “ARCO 08” Mizuma Art Gallery booth, Madrid, Spain
  • “SALON DU DESSIN CONTEMPORAIN” Paris

2004

  • “Kuimaru-Festival” Former Kuimaru Elementary School, Fukushim
  • “Art Summit Indonesia 2004” Jakarta

2001

  • “The 10th Asia Art Biennale Bangladesh” Dhaka, Bangladesh

1998

  • “International Art Exhibition” Pyeongtaek, Korea

 

Prix

2018

  • Aichi Prefectural Arts and Culture Award

2001

  • The Grand Prize at the 10th Asian Art Biennial Bangladesh

Collections

  • Nagoya City Art Museum
  • Hekinan City Tatsukichi Fujii Museum of Contemporary Art