b. in Tokyo in 1973, Lives and works in Queens New York

2006   Columbia University, M.F.A, School of the Arts, Visual Arts Division, New York, NY, 2006
1998   Prague Academy of Applied Arts, Study Visit, Glass in Architecture, Czech Rep.
           Toyama City Institute of Glass Art, Toyama, Japan

SOLO (DUO) EXHIBITIONS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2017 "Reverse Subterrestrial", THE CHIMNEY, Brooklyn, NY
2016  “Passing Index,” Hometown, Brooklyn, NY                                                                                                                                                                                                                             "A Fragment of Celestial Debris,” curated by Jessica Langley, Stephen and George Landry Line, Queens, NY                                                                                               
2009  “Sculpture Without a Skin,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
           “Haisho no Tsuki,” Galerie Fons Welters - Project Space, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2008   “Crossover: Yasue Maetake,” Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem, Netherlands
2007   “To See the Moon in Exile,” Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York, NY
2005   “Cult of Science,” National Gallery Slováckého Museum, Uherské Hradiště, Czech Rep.
2003   "Chaste Anonymity," National Gallery Mladých, Brno, Czech Rep.
2002   “Yasue Maetake,” Middle European Colony Contemporary Arts, Terezín, Czech Rep.
2001   "Brave New Inorganic World’s Life," Central Library at Science Academy, Prague, Czech Rep.
           "Sculpture," District Rakovník Musem, Rakovník, Czech Rep.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2016   "Borderless: In Perspective,” curated by David Terry, Lite-Haus Galerie, Berlin, Germany
           “ In the Mix,” Hometown, Brooklyn, NY
2015   “Future Fossils,” curated by Tess Thackara and Yulia Topchiy, DUTTON Gallery, New York, NY
           “Resurrected: The Early Works,” Satellite Contemporary, Las Vegas, NV
           “Made in Ridgewood,” curated by CoWorkers Project, Queens, NY
           “Unspoken Dialogue,” curated by Yulia Topchiy, Spring Break Art Show, New York, NY
2014   “Highlights of the Collection I,” Espacio 1414 - Berezdivin Collection, Puerto Rico
           “Image and Memory,” BankART 1929 Studio NYK, Yokohama City, Japan
           “Don’t Know Move Ahead,” d-k-m-a, Queens, NY
2013   “Studio Selected 2013,” The Active Space, Brooklyn, NY
           “Personal Space,” curated by Tommy White, Denison Museum, OH
2012   “SCULPTURE<>VIDEO,” curated by Romanov Grave, Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Project, Queens, NY
           “Outpost Artists Resources,” curated by Ruth Kahn, Outpost, Queens, NY
           “Tops,” curated by Sun You, Open Space, Brooklyn, NY
2011   “Common Love Aesthetic of Becoming,” curated by A.Benenson, Kristen Chappa, Donald, Montenegro, Tomoko Kanamitsu, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, New York, NY
           “Netjet 10 Years Anniversary Miami Basel,” Star Island Private Garden, Miami, FL
           “MERZBAU-NOW,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
           “Spiral Bound,” curated by Romanov Grave, Joan Dart National University Gallery, San Diego, CA
           “What Tornado,” MICROSCOPE GALLERY, Brooklyn, New York
2010   “Stirrings Still,” White Box, curated by Andrea Monti, New York, NY
           “Alpha&,” On Stellar Rays, New York, NY
           “Paper,” Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
2009   “Queens International 4,” Queens Art Museum, Queens, NY
           “Made in USA,” curated by Philip Deely, Pete’s Motors, Great Barrington, MA
2008   ”10th Sonsbeek –Grandeur,”Arnhem, The Netherlands
           “November, Again,” curated by Jeffery Uslip, Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York, NY
           “Singular Friends,” curated by Ajay Kurian, Gresham’s Ghost, NY, NY
           “Untitled (On Paper),” Moti Hasson Gallery, New York, NY
2006   “Manhattan Project,” curated by Jeffery Uslip, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
           “November,” curated by Jeffery Uslip, Harris Lieberman Gallery, New York, NY
           “Six Law of Motion,” curated by Time Hyde, Max Protech Gallery, New York, NY

2015   “Telestrations,” Gowanus Swim Society, curated by Alex Sloane, Brooklyn, NY
2013   “Yasue Maetake,” CoWorkers Project‐Entwine, curated by Yulia Topchiy, New York, NY
2011   “BOS 2011 Music, Film & Performance Festival,” MICROSCOPE GALLERY, Brooklyn, NY “Japan, MICROSCOPE GALLERY, Brooklyn, NY
2009   “The Fuzzy Set,” curated by Pilar Conde, LA><ART, Los Angeles, CA
            “Decameron,” curated by Yasue Maetake, CRG Gallery, New York, NY

2016   New York Foundation of Arts, Fiscal Sponsorship, New York, NY
2014   Agency for Japanese Cultural Affairs Fellowship; Residency, El Anatusi’s Studio, Ghana
2011   New York Foundation of the Arts Fellowship Award (Sculpture), New York. NY
           Yoshino Gypsum Art Foundation Award, Tokyo
2005   Joan Sovern Sculpture Award in Excellence, New York, NY
2004   Ito Foundation for International Education Exchange Scholarship, Tokyo, Japan

LECTURE/CONFERENCE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2018 Round Table with Andrew Erdos, Clara Darrason and Riitta Ikonnen, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Heaven, CT

2010   Three-channel film “Parthenogenesis,” Mangusta Production, Private Collection Giancarlo Cavanesio, New York, NY

2017   Burleigh, Paula. "Yasue Maetake: Review at The Chimney", ARTFORUM International, Dec 1                                                                                                                              2017  van der Burght, Angela. "Ambassador". Textile is More!, Jan 3, The Netherlands                                                                                                                                                2016   Hayashi, Nahoko. “Most vibrant place in NYC, Welcome to Bushwick! Vol. 5”. Pen Online, Sep 23, JAPAN
           Leah, Constantine. “Passing Index: Lilian Kreuzberger and Yasue Maetake at Hometown”. Adhoc (http://adhoc.is), Aug 4, USA                                                                                       Sculpture Center's Sculpture Notebook. "WHAT"S ON", June 10, USA
           Surana, Kavitha. “Lawyer Becomes Gallerist, Sets Up ‘Hometown’ in Bushwick,” BEDFORD + BOWERY, April 29, USA
           Baranova, Ksenia. “Our Top Five Hart Happenings for This Weekends,” Bushwick Daily, Art/Culture, April 27, USA
           Scber, Robin. “A Homecoming: Adam Yokell on His Approach to ‘Hometown’, his New Upstart Gallery,” ARTNEWS, April 21, USA
2015   Gary, Pini. “Must-See Art Shows Opening in NYC This Week,” PAPER, June 3, USA
           Kessel, Daniel. “We Love you, Ridgewood: The Other Side of BOS,” Bushwick Daily/Art, June 11, USA
           Danielle, Smith. “Arts and Answer – Made in Ridgewood,” WKCR-FM, Columbia University, June 4, USA
2013   Riveral, Kyle. “Active Space Brings Industries and Art to Bushwick,” WILD Magazine/Art, June 23, USA
           Galginani, Alison. “Star Spangled Art: Four Shows that Inspire and Celebrate,” Bushwick Daily/Art, Jul 3, USA
2012   Neudorf, Paula. “Review: Embodying the Flat Screen,” Queens Chronicle, January 15, USA
           Meier, Allison. “The Part of Bushwick Open Studios that is Actually in Ridgewood,” Hyperallergic, Jun 4, USA
2011   Dukes, Quinn. “Review: Bushwick Open Studios: Film Festival,” Art in Brooklyn, July 7, USA
           Linnert, Nicolas. “Common Love Aesthetic of Becoming,” WILD Magazine, April 28, USA
2010   Levy, Michelle. “Hints of Something Human – Alpha&,” ARTslant, New York, January 31, USA
2009   Jumabhoy, Zehra. “Review: Yasue Maetake at Fredric Snizter,” ARTFORUM International, Summer
           Cotter, Holland. “Queens International 4,” Art in Review New York Times, April, USA
2008   Koplos, Janet. “Report from Holland: Out of the Woods,” Art in America, October, USA
           Nuit Banai, “Art Review,” Time Out New York, Issue No. #675, September 4 -10, USA
           Coburn, Tyler. “Second Glance: November Again,” ArtReview, Issue 24, July/August, UK
2007   Ichikawa, Akiko. “REVIEWS,” FlashArt - International, No. 255 July - Sep.
           Mack, Joshua. “Art Review,” Time Out New York, Issue #604, April 26 - May 2, USA
           Coburn, Tyler. “Review,” Artkrush, Issue #56, April 18
           Saltz, Jerry. “Non Specific Objects,” Modern Painters, March
2006   Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review - Group Show, November,” New York Times, December, USA
           Carlos Suarez De Jesus. “A Tale of Four Cities,” Miami New Times, March 2, USA
           Shabaka, Onajide. “About Painting and Other Things,” miamiartexchange.com, February 28, USA
2003   Pavlicová .S. “Reveiw - Galerie Mladých,“ ALTELIÉR February, Czech Rep.
           Janak, Frantisěk. "STORMING TALENT," THIS SIDE UP, January, Netherlands
           Mudranicová, M. "Feature – Sculptress," XANTYPA, April, Czech Republic
2001   Kontra Martin. "Apendiks -Rakovnik museum," RESPEKT, February, Czech Rep. 
           "Exhibition at Rakovnik Museum," DNES, February, Czech Rep.

2011   Cabanas, Kaira M., (ed.), “Common Love, Aesthetic of Becoming,” pp.38‐49, USA
2009   Sicker, Erin and Jose Ruiz (eds.), “Queens International 4,” p. 8 and pp. 76‐77, USA
2008   Tilroe, Anna. “Sonsbeek 2008: Grandeur,” pp. 65‐ 72 and p. 26 (ISBN: 978‐90‐78964‐17‐9), Netherlands
2006   Leutner, Georg (ed.). World’s Best New Art -Unreal Project, Bétonsalon, Austria
2001   Maetake, Yasue. “BRAVE NEW INORGANIC WORLD'S LIFE,” Czech Rep.

National Museum of Contemporary Art in Prague, Czech Rep.
Applied Arts Museum Prague, Czech Rep.
Middle European Colony Contemporary Arts, Terezín, Czech Rep.
Toyama City, Japan
Berezdivin collections, Puerto Rico
Bassin collections, New York, NY
Farley collection, Philadelphia, PA
Schorr collection Vroom collection, New York, NY
Mangusta Production, New York, NY