(1925 - 1990)
Emiko Nakano was active/lived in California. Emiko Nakano is known for abstract expressionist painting.
Biography from Carlson Gallery
Emiko Nakano studied at the California School of Fine Arts from 1947-51 under Clyfford Still, James Budd Dixon, Edward Corbett, Richard Diebenkorn, Hassel Smith and Elmer Bischoff. Nakano also studied art history at University of California under Laslo Moholoy-Nagy.
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Solo Exhibitions: Richmond Art Center, two person exhibition with Clayton Pinkerton.
Selected Group Exhibitions: Staempli Gallery, New York; San Francisco Art Association Annuals at the San Francisco Museum of Art, 1951, 52, 53, 54 and Open Members Exhibition, 1958; San Francisco Woman Artists, 1952,53; Richmond Art Center, 1951, 52, 53; California State Fair, 1951, 52, 53; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1952; San Francisco 6th Art Festival 1952; de Young Museum, 1953; III Biennial, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Long Beach Museum of Art; Second West Coast Biennial 1952, Santa Barbara Museum of Art; Stanford University Museum and Art Gallery 1954.
Literature: Susan Landauer, The San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism, U.C. Press; Jeffrey Wechsler, Asian Traditions, Modern Impressions, Rutgers University; San Francisco Art Association (Institute) Catalog of the Art Bank 1958, 1962.
David J. Carlson
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