Solo Exhibition: August/September 2013 | Dulgar Gallery more>
SYNESTHESIA | merging performance, structure, sound and light
A collaboroative event at The Ragdale Foundation. more>
JUNK MAIL BURNING
A performative installation and event at New Capitol Projects' "24HRS/25DAYS"
THE INSTALLATION EXPERIMENT
Installations by Bernard Williams, Barbara Hashimoto, Ben Foch, Chelsea Culp, Barbara Cooper, Gerda Meyer Bernstein, and Nikki Renee Anderson are presented in 7 storefront galleries.
FROM ICELAND TO THAILAND ... and places in between
With Nikki Renee Anderson, Lynn Basa, Barbara Hashimoto, Michael Kozien, and Leftwerk
THE ART OF ACTIVISM
Barbara Hashimoto's recent work resides at the intersection of sculpture, consumer culture, and environmental concerns. more>
THE JUNK MAIL EXPERIMENT
For an entire year Hashimoto collected
and hand-shredded the junk mail that was delivered by the USPS to
her studio address amassing more than 3,000 cubic feet of shredded
BED OF JUNK MAIL
Stills from the video by Petra Bachmaier taken at Hashimoto's Chicago studio. more>
COMPRESSED JUNK MAIL
These molded and compressed sculptures and installations are the more recent work in Hashimoto's on-going environmental art project. more>
PARIS SOLO EXHIBITION
Prestened at the Musée du Montparnasse under the sponsorship of the Les Amis de la Terre - Paris and R.A.P. and in collaboration with French film maker Suzanne Körösi.
Dubhe Carreño Gallery in Chicago's West Loop gallery district mounted a selection of work from Barbara Hashimoto’s on-going environmental art project. more>
CHICAGO ARTISTS MONTH
Barbara Hashimotowas selected as one of twelve Featured Artists by The City of Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs for their annual month-long celebration, Chicago Artists Month. more>
solo exhibition held at Dubhe Carreño Gallery was an overview of the artist’s body of work
since her first exhibition in Tokyo in 1991.
PLEASE | EXHIBITION
Barbara Hashimoto's work is currently on view at the Museum
of Arts and Crafts, Itami, Japan in "Your Documents, Please."
The exhibition travels to venues in Asia, Europe and The Americas
throughout 2009 and 2010. more>