Tatsuo Ebisawa

Profile

1958 Born in Tokyo, Japan

1980 B.F.A, Course of Fine Arts, Department of Arts, School of Humanities and Culture, Tokai University, Japan

1981 Study abroad at Istituto Statale d'Arte di Firenze (Decorazione Pittorica), Italy

1988 Completed postgraduate studies at Tokyo Fine Arts University


Career

1986 Research professor, Rehabilitation College of National Hakone Hospital Japan

1987 Lecturer, Interior Design College, Japan

1988 Research Professor, Odawara Women’s Junior College, Japan

1990 Assistant Professor, University of East Asia, Japan

1992 Research professor, Tokyo Designer Gakuin College, Japan

1992 Chief designer, Sogetsu Art Planning Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan

1994 Assistant Professor, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Japan

1997 Research Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan

2003 Research Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Kinki University, Japan

2005 Guest Professor, Kunsthochschule Braunschweig, Germany

2006 Guest Professor, Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee, Germany

2008 Professor, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2012 Guest Professor, Seokyeong University, Seoul, Korea

2012 The Miyauchi Art Foundation Councilor

2014 WON+WON international inc establishment

2015 Member of urban design advisors / the Bureau of Urban development Hiroshima city


Lectures (in quotation marks), workshops & other projects

1990 “Arte povera,” Ochanomizu Art College, Tokyo, Japan

1995 Tojo Art Document 1995, Tojo, Hyogo, Japan
“Landscape of Tojo” Tojo, Hyogo, Japan

1996 Workshop, Xinjiang Normal University, China
“Tadao Ando” “Fumihiko Maki,” Xinjiang Normal University, China

1997 “Art and Science” Faculty of Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan Judge, PARCO Art Project 1997, Urban-Art#6 Panelist, PARCO Art Project 1997, Urban-Art#6

1998 “Works of Interior Design,” Kodai-Renkei, Hiroshima Prefectural Mihara Higashi High School, Japan

2000 Panelist, The 6th Hiroshima International Design Symposium, International Conference Center Hiroshima, Japan
“Contemporary Art and Ecology,” Hiroshima Design Promotion Organization, Japan

2002 “View of Contemporary Art,” Old Kashima Elementary School, Kurahashicho, Kure, Hiroshima, Japan
“Daido Moriyama, Polis and Photography,” Hiroshima City Plaza for Town Development Though Citizens Exchange, Japan

2004 Workshop, Fachhochschule Honnover, Germany
“Garden and Landscape,” Fachhochschule Hannover, Germany
“Contemporary Art in Japan”, Akademie der Bildenden Kunst Nuremberg, Germany

2005 Workshop, Kunsthochschule Braunschweig, Germany
“Quiet Installation” Kunsthochschule Braunschweig, Germany
Judge, Higashihiroshima City Art Exhibition, Japan 

2008 “Camp Berlin and Division of Contemporary Art and Theory” Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee, Germany
“Garden and Artworks,” Kodai-Renkei, Hiroshima Prefectural Hiroshima Minami High School, Japan

2009 Judge, Higashihiroshima City Art Exhibition, Japan

2010 “Garden and Artworks,” Fachhochschule Hannover, Germany Workshop, “Bread and rice,” Fachhochschule Hannover, Germany
“Art and Art Direction,” Etajima Elementary School, Hiroshima, Japan

2011 “A Designer's Work,” Kodai-Renkei, Hiroshima Prefectural Kabe High School, Japan
“Enjoying Contemporary Art,” Hiroshima Municipal Motomachi Senior High School, Japan Workshop, Hiroshima City Board of Education “Art and Art direction,” Seokyeong University, Seoul, Korea
Kids Campus 2011, “Let’s play in town,” Hino Motors, Ltd., Hiroshima, Japan

2011 “Work of Art Direction,” Kodai-Renkei, Hiroshima Prefectural Kabe High school, Hiroshima

2011 “Work of Art Direction,” Kodai-Renkei, Hiroshima Prefectural Motomachi High school, Hiroshima

2011 “Art and Art Direction,” Lecture & Workshop, Hiroshima city Board of Education

2011 Kids Campus, Hino Motors, Ltd.

2011 Judge, Higashihiroshima City Art Exhibition, Higashihiroshima, Japan

2012 "Why Do We Make Work? A Contemporary Artist's Viewpoint" Lecture, Faculty of Literature, Keio University, Mita Campus

2012 “Art and Art Direction,” Kodai-Renkei, Osaka Prefectural Otori High School

2012 “Art and Art Direction,” Lecture, Seokyeong University, Seoul, Korea

2012 “Why Do We Make Work? A Contemporary Artist’s Viewpoint,” Lecture, Faculty
of Literature, Keio University, Mita Campus

2015 “Bonkei,” Workshop, Hanover City Gallery KUBUS

2015 “Work of Art Direction,” Kodai-Renkei, Hiroshima Prefectural Motomachi High school, Hiroshima

2016 “International Design Forum” - Future-oriented Sustainable Design Its Design Value, Education, Industry, Purpose, Wuhan, China

2016 “Art direction as contemporary artist” Hubei Institute of Technology College of Design

2016 “My art, my design” Wuhan Processing University College of Design

2016 “Metaphor in the Garden” Wuhan University City Castle Design Institute

2016 “Concept of Design and Its Meaning” Hubei Commercial Academy of Arts Academy

2016 “What is design as an artist” Takegang science and engineering student art college

2016 “Landscape and garden, its concept” Wuhan Institute of Technology Academy of Arts Academy

2016 “My Design, My Art,” Kodai-Renkei, Fukuoka Prefectural Dazaifu High School Art Course, Fukuoka

Academic publications

1993 “Concept of Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan,” Stoneteria VOL.33,《Tatsuo Ebisawa》Japan
“Garden of Kachoan,” SHOTENKENCHIKU,《Tatsuo Ebisawa》Japan

1996 “L’ Albergo Del Giardini,” ABITARE 354 ITALIA《Tatsuo Ebisawa》Japan
“La Portaerei,” ABITARE 354 ITALIA
“La Nave Portaerei,” ABITARE 354 ITALIA, Japan

1997 “Growth of a City and the Resonance of Art,” Bulletin, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University《Yoshiharu Maekawa, Kenji Ooi, Tatsuo Ebisawa, Toshimitsu Itoh, and Kenji Matsumoto》Japan

1998 “Hiroshi Teshigawara Exhibition Maitake,” Hiroshima City
“Art Works 1998” Hiroshima City Culture Foundation, Japan

2000 “An Artist Thinks About Ecology,” Hiroshima Design Promotion Organization, Japan

2001 “Garden of Honjin Hiranoya”, Okamitushin, Japan

2002 “Vessels of the Soul,” ABITARE 413 ITALIA, Japan
“Recollections—The White Chair Project,” Furusato-Kan, Kaita, Japan

2007 “Gift of Hiroshima,” Bulletin, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University《 Tatsuo Ebisawa 》Japan
“HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project,” Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art project catalog,《Tatsuo Ebisawa》Japan

2009 “Camp Berlin,” Bulletin, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Japan

2010 “Make the Exhibition,” Art direction research report, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Japan 

2011 “Art Project Publication Design—Strategies of Promotion Design for Outreach Activities,” Bulletin, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Japan

2012 “Fujishiro Shige,” Dortmund, Germany exhibition catalog
“Corporations and Contemporary Art”
“Practicing Research on Art Education Japan-Germany InteractiveⅠ,”Japan
“The great challenge for contemporary art From Hiroshima,” Preface, Japan
“Masaki Yada / The Insistent Revival of the Artificial Flower,” EXOTIQUE, The pilot version, Japan
“Shige Fujishiro / Falling into the Trap of the Beads,” EXOTIQUE, The pilot version, Japan

2012 “Clothing, food, housing Seoul-Hiroshima,”
”Flowers of contemporary art blooming in intellectual space,” Catalog

2012 “From Hiroshima - The Great Challenge of Contemporary Art,” EXOTIQUE

2012 “Masaki Yada / Resuscitation of Claiming Sculpted Objects,” EXOTIQUE

2012 “Shige Fujishiro / Falling into the Trap of the Beads,” EXOTIQUE

2012 “Shige Fujishiro / The Magic of the Beads,” “LESS IS MORE,” Catalog, Germany

2015 “Clothing, food, housing / Seoul-Hiroshima,” International exchange project, Bulletin

2015 “From Sushi to Bonkei to Art,” Leaflet

2015 “team Lab / The Works of Toshiyuki Inoko,” “PEN volution Hanover,” Catalog, Germany

2015 “From Sushi to Bonkei to Art,” Leaflet

2015 “Food, Peace, and Art,” The traveling exhibition Leaflet between the sister cities of Hannover City

2015 “Food, Peace, and Art,” Catalog

2017 "A LITTLE SHOW IN TIANJIN" Author "Bulletin,"


Specified research & international research

1995 Research member, “Historical Monument and Resonance of Art I”, Japan

1997 Research member, “Historical Monument and Resonance of Art II”, Japan

1998 Research member, “Historical Monument and Resonance of Art III,” Japan

2004 The President’s Nomination Abroad, Fachhochschule Hannover, Germany Research member, “Make the Exhibition I” Japan

2005 Research representative, “Art Crossing Hiroshima Project 2005—Winter Gift of Hiroshima,” Japan Research member, “Make the Exhibition II,” Japan

2006 Research member, “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT” Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project 2007, Japan Research member, “Make the Exhibition III,” Japan

2007 Research representative, “Camp Berlin,” Japan Research member, “Make the Exhibition IV,” Japan 

2008 Research member, “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT 2008,” Japan Research member, “Make the Exhibition,” Japan

2009 Research member, “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT 2009,” Japan Research representative,
“Research of Print Design on Art Project,” Japan Research member, “Make the Exhibition VI,” Japan

2010 Research member, “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT 2010,” Japan Research representative, “Practicing Research on Art Education Japan-Germany Interactive I,” Japan

2011 Research representative, “Practicing Research on Art Education Japan-Germany Interactive II,” Japan

2012 Research member, “Practicing Research on Art Education Japan-Germany Interactive Ⅲ,” Japan Research representative, “Food, Clothing and Shelter—Hiroshima meets Seoul” Exhibition, Korea

2012 Research representative, “Clothing, food, housing Seoul-Hiroshima”

2013 Research representative, “A Little Show in TIANJIN”

2015 Research representative, The 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing “Sister Cities Travering Exhibition”


Industry-Academia coordination / Social cooperation

2001 PianoPiano Independent Living Center, Mihara, Japan

2009 FLAXUS WORLD Co., Ltd. Aeon Mall Hiroshima Fuchu-Soleil, Japan

2011 TOHO Co., Ltd, Hiroshima, Japan

2012 Gallery Miyauchi, Hiroshima Doctor Foundation of Art, Japan

2014 Yahashi Souin Co., Ltd. , Hiroshima, Japan

2015 Yamadaya Co., Ltd. , Hatukaichi, Japan

2015 Mitsubishi Jisho Residence Co., Ltd., Hiroshima


Selected solo exhibitions & group exhibitions

1979 Solo exhibition, Gallery Ginza-Sanbangai, Tokyo, Japan
“Exhibition of 10 Artists,” Central Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

1980 “Exhibition of 4 Artists,” Gallery Ginza-Sanbangai, Tokyo, Japan
“ExhibitionBOL’5th,” Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Japan

1981 “Group Exhibition ‘81,” Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
“ExhibitionBOL’5th,” Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Japan

1982 Solo exhibition, SHISEIDO Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“ExhibitionBOL’5th,” Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Japan

1982 Solo exhibition, Gallery Ginza-Sanbangai, Tokyo, Japan

1983 “Japan Society Gallery Exhibition Award,” Central Art Museum Annex,Tokyo, Japan
Group exhibition “Yokohama-Hiranuma 83’,” Sairin Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
“ExhibitionBOL’5th,” Postal Savings Hall Gallery, Yokohama, Japan

1985 “Solo exhibitions I, II, III, IV, V,” Gallery Kawasaki Citizen's Plaza, Kanagawa, Japan
Solo exhibition, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“ExhibitionBOL’5th,” Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan

1986 Solo exhibition, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan Exhibition “SEIEN,” Gallery Mikawa, Tokyo, Japan

1987 Solo exhibition, Gallery OZAKI, Tokyo, Japan

1988 Solo exhibition, Oriental Corporation Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Tatsuo Ebisawa and Ayako Kobayashi,” Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1989 Solo exhibition, Gallery ALPHA, Mito, Ibaraki, Japan Exhibitions of Oriental Corporation, SHINJUKU NS building, Tokyo

1990 Solo exhibition, Oriental Corporation Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1990 Solo exhibition, Mominoki Garou, Tokyo, Japan

1991 Exhibitions of Oriental Corporation, Wacoal Art Space Spiral Garden, Tokyo

1992 Solo exhibition, SEIBU Art forum, Tokyo, Japan

1994 Exhibitions of Hiroshima City University, Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

1995 “Historical Monument and Resonance of Art I”, Faculty of Education Hiroshima University Old Library, Hiroshima

1997 “Historical Monument and Resonance of Art II,” Nippon Express Co., Ltd, Shipping Hiroshima Branch, Hiroshima, Tokyo Exhibitions of Hiroshima City University, Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

1998 ITSUKAKUKAI, Gallery Fukuhara, Tokyo
“Historical Monument and Resonance of Art III”, the site of Miyajima Warehouse Suntory Holdings Limited, Hiroshima, Japan
“Works of Young Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

1999 ITSUKAKUKAI, DAIMARU DP Gallery, Fukuoka, Japan
“Works of Professors Faculty of Art,” Hiroshima City University Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2000 Exhibitions ITSUKAKUKAI, SEIBU DP Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2001 “Opening to the Public of the Bombed Former Hiroshima Branch of Japan Bank,” Former Hiroshima Branch of Japan Bank, Hiroshima, Japan
“Art Crossing Hiroshima Project 2001,” Spring Hiroshima Chikagaikaihatsu Shareo Co., LTD, Japan
“Art Crossing Hiroshima Project 2001,” Spring Open Air Space of Hiroshima University, Japan
“Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
“EIGHT PERSONALITIES,” ORIE Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2002 “ITSUKAKUKAI,” SEIBU Art forum, Tokyo, Japan
“Urban Image of Hiroshima,” Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan
“Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
“Hiroshima City×Art,” Former Hiroshima Branch of Japan Bank, Japan

2003 “ITSUKAKUKAI,” SEIBU Art Forum, Tokyo, Japan
“ITSUKAKUKAI,” SEIBU DP Gallery, Shizuoka, Japan
“Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
“Exhibitions 5:01 Club Square Liaison Festival of Art Zone,” Library of Hiroshima City University, Japan

2004 “Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
“Japan-U.S. City Summit,” cafeteria of Hiroshima City University, Japan

2005 “ITSUKAKUKAI,” SEIBU DP Gallery, Kobe, Japan
“ITSUKAKUKAI,” SEIBU DP Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
“Higashihiroshima Triennale '05,” Higashihiroshima City Art Exhibition, Japan
“Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
“Art Crossing Hiroshima Project 2005,”
“Winter Gift of Hiroshima,” Art Gallery of Kunsthochschule Braunschweig, Germany

2006 “Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2007 “Hiroshima Art Project 2007—Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project, Private Garden, Public Garden,” Hiroshima, Japan “Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2008 “Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2009 “Works of Professors at Hiroshima City University,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2011 “Higashi Hiroshima Art Triennale ’11,” Higashi Hiroshima Art Museum, Higashi Hiroshima
"Tomorrow Art," The Great East Japan Earthquake Charity Exhibition, Orie Gallery, Tokyo

2011 Higashihiroshima Triennale’11, Higashihiroshima Art Museum, Higashihiroshima

2011 The Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction assistance charity exhibition ” Tomorrow Art” exhibition, orient gallery, Tokyo

2012 “Food, Clothing and Shelter—Hiroshima meets Seoul,” Seokyeong University, Seoul, Korea

2012 New York Great Flood charity exhibition, gallery G, Hiroshima

2012 Solo Exhibition, Gallery t, Tokyo

2012 “Clothing, food, housing Seoul-Hiroshima,” Seokyeong University Library, Seoul, Korea

2014 “MITAKA YAMADA×TATSUO EBISAWA” exhibition, Gallery t, Tokyo

2015 “PEN volution” exhibition, Gallery KUBUS, Hanover, Germany

2015 The 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing “Sister Cities Travering Exhibition” Hiroshima City University Art Museum, Hiroshima

Solo Exhibition “From Sushi to Bonkei to Art,” Gallery t, Tokyo


Art project direction


Graphic design

1993 “TAMA LIFE 21,” Arion Edo Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
“International Organ Festival in Japan,” Arion Edo Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
Planter tree logo mark, DENTSU Image part, Tokyo, Japan
Cartier Japan Christmas card, Cartier Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Leaflet of Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan, Sogetsu Art planning, Tokyo, Japan

1994 Memorial Project of Azuchi Bungei Seminary, Arion Edo Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
International Organ Festival in Saitama, Arion Edo Foundation, Saitama, Japan

1995 Tojo and Art Document, Hyogo, Japan
“Historical Monument and Resonance of Art I-II,” Hiroshima City University, Japan

1996 Extension lectures, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Japan
Extension lectures, Faculty of Integrated Art and Sciences, Hiroshima University, Japan

1998 “Historical Monument and Resonance of Art III,” Hiroshima City University, Japan
Hiroshima City University Faculty of Art Information, Hiroshima City University, Japan

2000 Sightseeing guide for Hiroshima, Miyajima, and Iwakuni, Local Tourism Liason council, Japan

2002 “Art Crossing Hiroshima project 2001, Spring,” Towne Art Co.LTD, Japan
“EBISAWA TATSUO—Vessels of the Soul”, Formative Space, Japan
SWIMMY・MAP・PIANO,2NPO-MAP
GalleryP2, NPO-MAP
“Movement in the city,” Hiroshima City Plaza for Town Development Though Citizen Exchange, Japan
Calendar, Koie Ryouji ’03, Daiwa Radiator Co., Ltd.

2003 Catalog, Kobayashi Ayako, Daiwa Radiator Co., Ltd.
Daiwa Radiator Factory letter set, Daiwa Radiator Co., Ltd.
“6th Hiroshima-Okayama, University of Art Graduation Exhibition Selection”, “HOPES 2003,” Fukuyama Museum, Japan

2005 “Art Crossing Hiroshima Project 2005, Winter Gift of Hiroshima”, Kunsthochschule Braunschweig, Germany
“Ayako Kobayashi,” CASSINA IXC. Hiroshima Ltd., Japan

2009 Ubriachi 2009, Parte Co. LTD, Japan
PIANO2 Website, PianoPiano Independent Living Center, Mihara, Japan

2010 ‘11 Calendar of Independent Living Center, PianoPiano Independent Living Center, Mihara, Japan

2011 Winter Fest Document Card, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2012 Kids Campus 2011, “Let’s play in town,” Hino Motors, Ltd., Hiroshima, Japan
Exhibition, “Food, Clothing and Shelter—Hiroshima meets Seoul” Korea

2012 Gallery t Opening Ceremony Publicity,TOHO

2013 Beads Biennale Publicity,TOHO

2014 ico&Co. Catalog, TOHO

2014 FUKUNARY feat. MIKASA Leaflet, Yahashi Souin Co., Ltd.

2015 FUKUNARY feat. MIKASA Leaflet, Yahashi Souin Co., Ltd.


Editorial Design

2008 “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT,” Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project ’07, Japan

2009 “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT,” Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project ’08, Japan

2010 “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT,” Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project ’09, Japan

2011 “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT,” Former Naka Waste Incineration Plant Art Project ’10, Japan

2012 “HIROSHIMA ART PROJECT ’10,” Verification of Hiroshima Art Project, Japan

2013 “Food, Clothing and Shelter—Hiroshima meets Seoul” Korea

2012 “Clothing, food, housing / Seoul-Hiroshima,” Exhibition, International exchange project, Catalog

2014 “Renovation strategy of regional companies” written by Taewook KIM

2015 FUKUNARY feat. MIKASA Catalog, Yahashi Souin Co., Ltd.


Product Design

2013 ico&Co.,TOHO Supervision

2014 FUKUNARY feat. MIKASA, Yahashi Souin Co., Ltd. Supervision

2015 Blue Farine Financier, Yamadaya Co., Ltd., Supervision

2015 “From Sushi to Bonkei to Art,” Sushi bowl for white wine, Gallery t, Tokyo

2015 FUKUNARY feat. MIKASA Bag Remake development, Yahashi Souin Co., Ltd.


Interior exterior design

1990 French restaurant “Queen Charlotte,” Shimokitazawa, Tokyo, Japan

1993 Jewelry box, Nissho Iwai duty-free store of Narita, Japan

1994 Real Estate, Sugiyama Shoji Co., Ltd. Minamiguchi Shop, Japan

1995 Real Estate, Sugiyama Shoji Co., Ltd. Kitaguchi Shop, Japan

1998 Rental Center, Sugiyama Shoji Co., Ltd. Japan

2001 Yakitori restaurant “GOMITORI,” Ehime, Japan

2002 PianoPiano Independent Living Center, Mihara, Japan

2012 Workshop room, TOHO Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

2012 Gallery t TOHO BEADS STYLE Tokyo Studio, Tokyo

2012 ART GALLERY miyauchi, Hatsukaichi, Hiroshima

2013 TOHO BEADS ico&Co., Jewelry shop, Simokitazawa, Tokyo

2014 Hiroshima Airport duty-free shop Display TOHO, Hiroshima


Landscape design

1993 Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan, Gifu, Japan

1996 La Nave Portaerei, Hyogo, Japan

2001 Landscape Under Takanobashi Crossing, Hiroshima, Japan


Space production design

1993 TAISEI Corporation, President Assumption Party, Hotel New Otani, Japan
Cartier High Jewelry Fair, Hotel Okura Royal Hotel, Japan
Hotel New Otani Garden Court, Hotel New Ohtani
Sottsass, Charlotte Perriand, Choe Ju-Eun, Permanent Delegation of Japan to UNESCO, Japan
Akasaka Park building, MITSUBISHI Estate CO., LTD, Japan

1995 “A Midsummer Night's Dream,” 9.02 The Outdoor Opera, Hyogo, Japan

1999 “Hideo Shimizu Retirement Exhibition,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2002 “Naoko Abe,” GalleryP2, Japan
Fachhochschule Hannover × Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima

2003 “Ayako Kobayashi”, Daiwa Radiator CO.,LTD, Viewing Room
“5:01 Club Square Liaison Festival,” Hiroshima,Japan

2004 “Make the Exhibition I,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
Japan-U.S. City Summit, The Outdoor Opera, Hiroshima, Japan

2005 “Make the Exhibition II,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
“The 60th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombing—Peace Site Hiroshima,” Entrance of NHK broadcasting station Hiroshima, Japan
“Ayako Kobayashi,” CASSINA IXC. Hiroshima Ltd., Japan

2006 “Make the Exhibition III,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan

2007 “Shoji Otomo,” NHK Enterprises, Hiroshima, Japan

2008 “Make the Exhibition IV,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
Ayako Kobayashi installation, MITSUI Memorial Hospital, Japan

2009 “Make the Exhibition VI,” Art Museum of Hiroshima City University, Hiroshima, Japan
Display design “Shige Fujishiro,” FLAXUS WORLD Co., Ltd Aeon Mall Hiroshima Fuchu-Soleil, Japan

2010 Display design “Masaki Yada,” FLAXUS WORLD Co., Ltd Aeon Mall Hiroshima Fuchu-Soleil, Japan
Display design “Saya Irie × Yoshihiko Shikada,” FLAXUS WORLD Co., Ltd Aeon Mall Hiroshima Fuchu-Soleil, Japan

2012 Gallery t, TOHO Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

2014 The Beads Exhibition Past, Present, and Future "miracle of beads that was born in Japan," Gallery t, Tokyo

2014 “Kobayashi Ayako” exhibition, Gallery t, Tokyo

2014 “MITAKA YAMADA×TATSUO EBISAWA” exhibition, Gallery t, Tokyo


Architecture

2002 OOGIGAYA STUDIO TOYOHIRA, Hiroshima, Japan

2008 Terminal House Katayane-no Ie, Hiroshima, Japan

2012 TOHOBEADS TOKYO, Renovation of showroom, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery Miyauchi, Hiroshima Doctor Foundation of Art, renovation of gallery, Hiroshima, Japan


Public collections

1990 Irifune Intelligent building, Sumitomo Realty & Development Co., Ltd.  Japan
Nautilus Club OCHA-NO-MIZU, Sumitomo Realty & Development Co., Ltd.  Japan
French restaurant Queen Charlotte, Shimokitazawa, Tokyo, Japan

1991 Guestroom, Unzen Siteseeing Co., Ltd.
City Forum Kamihongo Entrance, Chiba, Japan
Ichigaya Intelligent Building, Sumitomo Realty & Development Co., Ltd.  Japan
Nautilus Club DAIMON, Sumitomo Realty & Development Co., Ltd.  Japan

1993 Honjin Hiranoya Kachoan, Gifu, Japan

1994 Intel Studio, Nubilara, Marche Provincia, Italy.

1996 La Nave Portaerei, Hyogo, Japan

2000 Human Square, Higashiurawa, Saitama, Japan
Human Square, Higashiurawa Annex, Saitama, Japan

2001 Landscape Under Takanobashi Crossing, Hiroshima,Japan

2005 Sanctus Meguro Otsukayama Apartment house, Tokyo, Japan

2012 Seokyeong University, Seoul, Korea

2014 Sen Art CORPRATION, Kamakura, Japan