Art Works

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a work from the latest exhibition

Flower Garden


48 x 72 in(121.9 x 182.8 cm)

handmade pina paper, indian ink, acrylic, glue, pencil and dried flower on canvas

Exhibited in the solo exhibition "Do you hear it?"
at Art Informal Gallery on March 2020

Art Works


Solo Exhibition “Do you hear it?” at Art Informal in Makati, Philippines


“Transcendental” at Cultural Center of the Philippines

Nakanojo Biennale 2019 “Corporeal Imprint” Nakanojo town, Gunma, Japan


November 2018 “Remembrance” at Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery, Makati, Philippines

August 2018, “Uncontrolled Artificiality” at Finale Art File, Makati, Philippines

Jun 2018, “Born Softly” at Mo_Space, Makati, Philippines

Feb 2018, “Belongingness” at West Gallery, Quezon City,  Philippines


2017 “made roots here” TOWER’S GALLERY, JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan
2017 “FORM OUT OF MATERIAL, MATERIAL OUT OF FORM” 3 women show , Galleria Duemila, Pasay City, Philippines
Pulse and Chain 3ft x 3ft (without frame) Handmade paper, Indian Ink, acrylic, nail polish, glue on canvas 2017

2017 Nakanojo Biennale 2017 中之条ビエンナーレ2017, Gunma Prefecture, Japan

Still living with the shadow of live
3 pictures are same title
installation works for Nakanojo Biennale

2017 中之条ビエンナーレ2017のための作品群

variable size
mixed medeium

twenty pesos series 16cm x 32.5cm (unframed) old bills during Japanese occupation in Philippines, handmade pina paper on canvas 2017

2017 July “breathing, breeding, blowout” at Art Informal, Mandaluyong City , Philippines

2017 “borrowed scenery” Underground gallery, Makati City, Philippines


group exhibit “smalls” Underground (Makati City, Manila) on Aug 2016

2015- 2016 “a fraction of 8 millionth” series  

Art Fair Philippines 2016 


solo exhibit “between place” at Underground Gallery 

paper, natural pigment, dyed mud pigment, acrylic, Indian ink on handmade pina paper 2015

group exhibit “We saw things that others didn’t” at Taksu Singapore 

“Far East Alliance” Erehwon Center for the Arts, Quezon City, Philippines

a tree of eggs variable size newspaper, strings 2015


“Gen現/ Ngayon”, Nova Gallery, Makati City, Philippines

About Me

Born 1982 in Sapporo City, Hokkaido, Japan. Lives and works in Manila, Philippines. Atsuko Yamagata has started her career as a visual artist since 2006 when she lived in Tokyo. She moved to Philippines in 2012 and her activities have expanded more and more in the art scene in Manila. She has been participating in numerous exhibitions mainly in Philippines , also in Japan, Indonesia and Singapore.

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