Nov 28, 2021, the Solo exhibition in Viento Arts Gallery was featured by Jomo News Paper in Gunma Prefecture, Japan
2021年11月28日、群馬県ビエントアーツギャラリーでの個展「かわいい かわいい 細胞たち」が地元紙である上毛新聞に掲載
An art work was used for the cover of “Asian Development OUTLOOK 2020” -economic report of Asian Development Bank.
The work for Nakanojo Biennale 2019 was Introduced in GALLERY (月刊ギャラリー2019年９月号) issued on September 2019.
“Remembering war with art by peso notes in Japanese occupation ” The Daily Manila Shimbun(newspaper), Nov 15, 2018 (Top Photo)
“Visual Artist Atsuko Yamagata , artworks about immigration in Hokkaido”
Hokkaido News Paper 北海道新聞 Nov 3, 2017
“Nakanojo Biennale 2017” printed an artwork’s photo on OZ Magazine, issued on Sep 2017
“Nakanojo Biennale 2017” printed an artwork’s photo on ONESTORY, issued on Sep 2017
“Seeking for being Japanese -Visual Artist Atsuko Yamagata” The Daily Manila Shimbun (newspaper) , Feb 13, 2015
Exhibition note of Underground Gallery – Pause and Play by Lisa Ito , August 18, 2015
“The Ties of Creativity” AGUNG published by National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Number 1 in 2015,
“Fragmented histology at SM City Baliwag” Philippine Daily Inquirer , Mar 12, 2015
Born 1982 in Sapporo City, Hokkaido, Japan. Lives and works in Manila, Philippines and Gunma Prefecture, Japan. 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 in the art scene in Manila. She has been participating in numerous exhibitions mainly in Philippines and Japan, also in other Asian countries.