Rieko MORITA

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Flowers of Cherry Blossom, lithograph by Rieko MORITAFlowers of Cherry Blossom
Flowers in Autumn, woodcut by Rieko MORITAFlowers in Autumn
Firmament in Autumn, silkscreen by Rieko MORITAFirmament in Autumn
Wild Cherry Blossoms, lithograph by Rieko MORITAWild Cherry Blossoms
Autumn Flowers, silkscreen by Rieko MORITAAutumn Flowers
Firmament in Autumn, lithograph by Rieko MORITAFirmament in Autumn
Hazy Moon, silkscreen by Rieko MORITAHazy Moon
Hibiscus and Butterfly, silkscreen by Rieko MORITAHibiscus and Butterfly
Autumnal Evening, silkscreen by Rieko MORITAAutumnal Evening
Double-flowered Camellia Tree, silkscreen by Rieko MORITADouble-flowered Camellia Tree
Wild Cherry Blossoms, woodcut by Rieko MORITAWild Cherry Blossoms
Five-colored Camellia, silkscreen by Rieko MORITAFive-colored Camellia
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Biography of Rieko MORITA

Portrait of Rieko MORITA1978 - Japanese painter Rieko MORITA graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts, Japanese Painting.
1980 - Finished her graduate degree of Japanese Painting at Kyoto City University of Arts.
1981 - The 7th Spring Soga Exhibition. Received Shunkiten Award.
1982 - The 3rd Tokyo Central Museum Japanese Painting Grand Prix Exhibition. Received an honorable mention.
1984 - Personal Exhibition (Tokyo Central Museum also in '86).
1985 - The 1st Tokyo Central Museum Nude Art Grand Prix Exhibition.
1986 - The 1st Kawabata Ryushi Grand Prix Exhibition. Received the Grand Prix (Wakayama City Museum).
1987 - The 9th Yamatane Museum Japanese Painting Grand Prix Exhibition (also in '89,'91,'93 and '95).
1988 - Japanese Painting Nude Art Exhibition (The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama).
1990 - The 1st Suga Tatehiko Grand Prix Exhibition (Kurayoshi Museum). Received Runner-up Prize and Citizens Award. Co-exhibition of Kawamura Etsuko & Morita Rieko (Umeda Daimaru in Osaka).
1991 - Exhibition of Modern Japanese Screen Painting (Landesmuseum Volk und Wirtschaft).
1992 - Received Incentive Award of Kyoto Cultural Award. Inochi Sanka Japanese Painting Hyakunin Exhibition (The Museum of Kyoto).  Personal Exhibition (Takashimaya Department Store in Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama and Osaka).
1993 - Nihon Shusaku Art Exhibition (Takashimaya Department Store in Tokyo and Osaka also in '94 & '01). Royo-no-me Modern Painting Exhibition (also in '95, '97, '98, '00 and '01). Received Rinmei Reisan Award in '95.
1994 - Personal Exhibition (Seigado Natsume Art Shop in Tokyo, Takashimaya Department Store in Osaka). Co-exhibition of Fujii Tsutomu & Morita Rieko (Hokushin Gallery in Ginza,Tokyo, Daimaru in Kyoto and Kobe).
1995 - Received Union Figurative Design Award.
1996 - 96 New Generation of Japanese Painting Exhibition (Daimaru Department Store in Kyoto, Osaka and Tokyo also in '99). Personal Exhibition "Seimei Rinka" (Narukawa Museum in Hakone).
1997 - Takashimaya Art Exhibition. Co-exhibition of Kosugi Kojiro & Morita Rieko (Sagamiya Art Shop, Ginza, Tokyo).
1998 - The 1st NEXT Exhibition (Takahimaya Department Store in Kyoto) (participated every year to date). Personal Art Exhibition "24 Original Pictures of Front Page of Tanko, Ura-Senke Tea Ceremony Magazine" (Seigado Matsume Art Shop in Tokyo, Takashimaya Department Store in Kyoto and Osaka).
1999 - Personal Exhibition "Inochi Kagayakutoki" (Mitsukoshi Department Store in Tokyo, Nagoya and Sapporo, Daimaru Department Store in Osaka).
2000 - Received Kyoto City Art New Face Award. Co-exhibition of Kawamura Etsuko, Mio Kozo and Morita Rieko (Takashimaya Department Store in Osaka, Kyoto, Yokohama, Tokyo and Nagoya) . Personal Exhibition "Shiki no Sasayaki" (Seiga Natsume Art Shop in Tokyo).
2002 - Personal Exhibition "Kyo-maiko Hana-koyomi" (Matsuzakaya Department Store in Nagoya, Tokyo, Osaka and Daimaru Department Store in Kyoto).
2003 - Morita Rieko Art Exhibition, at the 10th Anniversary of Hikarigaoka Museum (Hikarigaoka Museum, Tokyo). Personal Exhibition "Seimei no Uta" (Kintetsu Department Store in Osaka). Eye Exhibition of the 21st Century – Sorezore-no-katachi (Takashimaya Department Store in Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka) (participated every year to date).
2004 - Personal Exhibition "Miyabi-no-hana Saijiki" (Manyo Museum in Nara). Personal Exhibition "Hana Oriori-no-shou" (Narukawa Museum in Hakone). Personal Exhibition "Memoirs of Kobe Hana-no-Uta" (Sogo Department Store in Kobe).
2005 - Personal Exhibition "Morita Rieko Shohin Ten" (Mitsukoshi Department Store in Tokyo). Co-exhibition of Yabuuchi Satoshi & Morita Rieko (Seibu Department Store in Tokyo and Sogo Department Store in Osaka).
2006 - Works done for Guest House of Kyoto Imperial Palace.
2007 - Personal Exhibition "Kyo, Hana, Koyomi" (Gallery Shibunkaku in Kyoto). Works done for design of Fusuma-e (sliding door) of Hojo (main hall) and ceiling painting of Kyakuden (guest room) at Rokuonji Temple.
2008 - Design of "Ema" (the year's pictorial offering) for Todaiji Temple in Nara.
2009 - Fusuma-e, Design of Japanese sliding doors, of the guest room of Shokuhou-en in Kyoto. Personal exhibition : TOHOSAIMU Rieko Morita -BEAUTES DIVINES-
at MITSUKOSHI ETOILE in Paris, France.
2010 - A Rieko Morita Commemorative Exhibition of - BEAUTES DIVINES - in Japan.
2011 - Received Kyoto Bunka-Sho Koro-sho (The award for cultural merit from Kyoto). Personal Exhibition "Morita Rieko Ten -Furusato Nihon no hana, Shiki no Utsuroi" (Sogo Department Store in Kobe and Yokohama, Takanawa-kai in Osaka and Tokyo).
2012 - Personal Exhibition Artworks of Merita Rieko in Oman (Intercontinental Hotels and Resorts MUSCAT in Oman).
Now independent and not affiliated with any artist groups. Lives in Kyoto-city, Japan.

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