Kahori Kamiya's works stem from cultural identity and her experience of womanhood. She was born in Nagoya, Japan and moved to New York, where she received her second MFA in Fine Art from the School of Visual Arts. She is a recipient of the Award from Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art, the ISCP Residency Program, and Puffin Foundation Grant. Recently her works are featured by Hyperallergic, Two Coats of Paint, Art Spiel, Transborder Art TV and WMHT Public Media TV. Kahori Kamiya makes explosive expressionistic sculptures about the challenges she’s had breastfeeding as a mother.”- Art Historian and Brooklyn Rail Critic Dr. Robert Shane featured at PBS “AHA! A House for Arts”  TV

Kamiya's works are globally exhibited, such as in Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain, Poland, Russia, Estonia, Australia, Canada, and the United States. Exhibitions are including Dumbo Arts Festival in Brooklyn, the 14th Media Art Biennale Alternative Now in Poland, and Pärnu International Film & Video Festival in Estonia, Woodstock Artists Association Museum in New York,  Oculus Westfield World Trade Center in New York among many others. Her works are also collected by Fuji Sengen Shrine, NichidaiFujisawa High school lobby, and private collectors in Japan, US, and Israel.

Solo show at Amos Eno Gallery (03/2023)

ISCP Residency (04/2023 - 05/2023)

Current Art Reviews

Hyperallergic Kahori Kamiya Transmutes Grief Into Play (hyperallergic.com)

Two Coats of Paint Kahori Kamiya’s expansive intimacy – Two Coats of Paint

Art Spiel https://artspiel.org/kahori-kamiya-sur-reality-at-amos-eno/

Arcade Project Magazine Light Through the Darkness — Arcade Project (arcadeprojectzine.com)

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