MOMOKO SUZUKI Born 1982, in Kanagawa, Japan. Lives and works internationally.

EDUCATION
Sep 2005-June 2009 BA(Hons)Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Desgn.
Sep 2004-June 2005 Foundation Degree, London College of Communication.


INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVAL
Sep.-Dec. 2016 ‘Saitama Triennale 2016′; International Art Exhibition, Saitama-Ken, Saitama, Japan.

Link: https://saitamatriennale.jp/en/


EXHIBITION | SOLO&DUO
Oct.-Dec. 2013 ‘Sojourn; ‘Momoko Suzuki & Sarah Tse ‘, Artify Gallery, 10F, Block A, Ming Po Industrial Centre, 18 Ka Yip Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2011 ‘MOMOKO SUZUKI: ‘Allegoric Documentary’, KOUKAN Gallery, 106A, Alexandra Park Rd, London, N18 2AE.
June-Sep. ‘MOMOKO SUZUKI: ‘Or is all this a dream? Is all our life nothing but an empty dream…?’, KOUKAN Gallery, 106A, Alexandra Park Rd, London, N18 2AE.

EXHIBITION | GROUP
Oct. 2014 & 2012 ‘The Happening: 005&003′, Commissioned by Propagandahair London/Tokyo/Milan, 4-10-15 ry)

RESIDENCIES
Feb. – Mar. 2013 ‘MOMOKO SUZUKI’, White-Dice Dance Studio, 33 Kaitai-cho, Shinjuku, Japan.
May 2010 ”TIME’,WW Gallery, 30 Queensdown Rd, London, E5 8NN.
Feb.-Mar. 2013 ‘Market Estate Project’, Market Estate, North Road,London.

OTHER
Apr. 2010 ‘East End Film Festival’, Brady Arts Centre, 192 – 196 Hanbury Street, London(Invited as a perfomance artist).

COLLECTIONS
Various Gallery and Private Collections.

PUBLICATIONS

TV
Jan. 1st 2017 ‘NHK Nichiyo Bijyutukan 40th Anniversary Special ‘Yukubi Kurubi’’ ,NHK (E Tere), Japan.
Nov. 20th 2016 ‘Nobi-Nobi City Saitama-shi: ‘International Art Festival, TV Saitama Triennale2016[Vol.2], TV Saitama, Japan.
Nov. 19th ‘Gotouchi- Saturday’, J:COM TV, Japan.
Oct. 30th 2016 ‘NHK Nichiyo Bijyutukan’Art Scene’’ , NHK (E Tere), Japan.
Nov. 2013 ‘TVB Financial News’ TV broadcast, Interview for ‘Sojourn’, Hong Kong.

Newspaper
Nov. 19th 2016 ‘Asahi’ Newspaper, Interviewed by Aiko Masuda, Japan.
Oct. 24th 2016 ‘Tokushima’ Newspaper(and more), Interviewed by Kiryu Minashita’, Japan.
Oct. 10th 2016 ‘Saitama’ Newspaper, Interviewed by Reiko Ishii, Japan.
Sep. 20th 2016 ‘Japan Times’ Newspaper, Interviewed by John L. Tran, Japan.
(http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2016/09/20/arts/ordinary-comes-new-art-festival/#.WHzy696mCJV)
Nov. 2013 ‘Ta Kung Pao’,Newspaper(Top Covered on Culture&Art Section), Interview for ‘Sojourn’, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘Oriental Daily News’, Newspaper(Top Covered on Culture&Art Section), Interview for ‘Sojourn’, Hong Kong.
Dec. 2013 ‘South China Morning Post’, Newspaper,’Sojourn’, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘am730’Newspaper,’Sojourn’, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘Sing Tao Daily’, Newspaper,’Sojourn’, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘Good News’, Newspaper,’Sojourn’, Hong Kong.

Magazine
Dec. 3rd 2016 ‘Pen’ Online, Interviewed by Naoko Aono (http://www.pen-online.jp/blog/n-aono/1480691239/).
Nov. 2016 ‘Byron Art’ Online, Interviewed by Chie Sumiyoshi (https://byronjapan.com/archives/10150)
Aug. 2016 ‘Oz magazine’, Japan.
Dec. 2013 ‘Flashon’, Magazine: Dec Issue, Hong Kong.
Dec. 2013 ‘Marie Claire’, Magazine: Dec Issue, Hong Kong.
Dec. 2013 ‘Perspective Hong Kong’, Magazine: Dec Issue, Hong Kong.
Dec. 2013 ‘Hong Kong Tatler’, Magazine: Dec Issue, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘Milk’Magazine’, Magazine: Nov. Issue, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘Capital Weekly’ , Magazine: Nov. Issue, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘CUP’ Magazine’, Magazine: Nov. Issue, Hong Kong.
Nov. 2013 ‘Capital CEO’ , Magazine: Nov. Issue, Hong Kong.
Oct. 2013 ‘Time Out Hong Kong’ , Magazine: Oct. Issue, Hong Kong.
Oct. 2013 ’48Hours’ , Magazine: Oct. Issue, Hong Kong.
Oct. 2013 ‘The Sun’, Magazine: Oct. Issue, Hong Kong.
Oct. 2013’Ming Pao Weekly’, Magazine: Oct. Issue, Hong Kong.
Apr.-May. 2011 ‘Aesthetica Magazine’, The Arts and Culture Magazine: Issue 40, UK, USA, and Internationally published.

Online Magazine
Oct. 2013 ‘Artinasia.com’, Hong Kong.
Apr. 2011 ‘One To Watch: Momoko Suzuki’, interviewed by Jotta.
July 2010 ‘First Thursday July’, ‘London art’, Online Journal.
July 2010 ‘TIME’, Time Out London, Online Journal.
June 2010 ‘Work in Progress’, Design Week, Online Journal.
Mar. 2010 ‘The Market Estate Project’, Dazed Digital, Online Journal.
Dec. 2009 ‘Future Map 09 at 20 Hoxton Square Projects’, murmurArt Dialogue, Online Journal.

About
Born in Kanagawa, Japan in 1982, Momoko Suzuki graduated from Central Saint Martins College in 2009. Her projects have been selected for prestigious prizes such as the annual exhibition Future Map 09, hosted by the internationally renowned Zabludowicsz Collection, London which brings emerging art to new audiences. Suzuki’s recent solo and group exhibitions include: ‘Sojourn:Momoko Suzuki and Sarah Tse’  in Hong Kong [2013]; ‘The Happening 003, 005′  commissioned by Propaganda Hair, in Tokyo [2012, 2014]; ‘Devour’ curated by Jotta, for the Affordable Art Fair [2011], ‘Pallarax Art Fair [2011]; ‘TIME’ at WW Gallery London [2010]. Her works are also included in many private collections in and outside of Japan. Momoko Suzuki lives and works in Tokyo.

“At the main entrance to the exhibition space proper, a stylish Japanese girl sporting flamboyant feather headgear is down on her knees, carefully drawing in pencil a delicate, floral and seemingly – endless pattern on the walls. This is the soothing performance of Central Saint Martins’ BA Graduate Momoko Suzuki, who serenely informs me that once the exhibition is over, her ‘Untitled’ will ‘disappear’, returning once more to the ‘formless fate of the universe’.” Ana Vukadin (murmurArt, Dialogue)

“Future Map is the best guide to discovering emerging artists and designers with great talent, destined to break out onto the London art scene.”
Fatima Maleki

She had also selected as one of the remarkable and edgy young artist in London at ‘Market Estate Projects’. The artist residential project + one day art festival was ended with great successful. Pre-booked tickets was all sold out within few days after they release to sell. On 6th of March in the open art festival, Momoko was engaged to expose her work over the 2500 audiences.

Artist Momoko Suzuki continues her impressive time-based performance and drawing installation on the walls of WW Gallery…(Time Out London, ‘TIME’ review at WW Gallery)