Announcement of participation in exhibition at museum


I am participating in an exhibition at an art museum.
This is an exhibition themed around goldfish, supervised by goldfish artist Ryusuke Fukahori.
In addition to exhibiting works, the venue will also sell catalogs, goldfish goods, and charity products for the Noto Peninsula Earthquake.
I made two types of goldfish goods for the first time. I also sell my art books.
The exhibition is scheduled to travel to three venues in Kanazawa, Mie, and Hiroshima from spring 2024.
If you are in Japan, please come and see it!


・Kanazawa Exhibition

April 26th – May 26th, 2024
10:00am to 6:00pm
Admission is until 30 minutes before closing (closes at 3:00pm on the last day)
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa Citizens Gallery B

・Mie Exhibition
Scheduled for June 6th – July 29th, 2024
Paramita Museum

・Hiroshima Exhibition
Scheduled for September 1th – October 22th, 2024
Okuda Gensong/Sayume Museum

Notice of Group Show “Existential”


I’m in a group show going on at Antler Gallery in Portland.

Co-curated by Thinkspace Projects and Antler Gallery,
A group show focusing on endangered species.
10% of sales will be donated to the Born Free USA Foundation.
If you are in the area, please take a look!

April 27-May 21, 2023
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Closed: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays
Antler Gallery + Talon Gallery
2728 NE Alberta Street
Portland, OR 97211

Group Show Participation Announcement


I am participating in the group show “WAVE2022” being held in Tokyo.
At “WAVE2022”, which will be held for the fifth time this year,
Art, graphic art, illustration, and other works by 107 Japanese creators will gather together in one place.
I am exhibiting one of my paintings.
Please stop by and visit us!

Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda 1F Main Gallery
Opening hours: 11:00 am to 7:00 pm
Closes at 6:00 pm on the last day only
open every day during the exhibition
Admission fee: General 1,000 yen / Student 500 yen / Free for junior high school students and younger
*Admission is free for persons with a disability certificate and one accompanying person.
Hosted and operated by: Enlightenment Co., Ltd. + WAVE2022 Executive Committee

Notice of solo exhibition


I will have a solo show in Tokyo next month.
Please come and see our solo exhibition!

“The title of this show, [ The Visitor ] was inspired by an old folk tale about vampires and ghosts who cannot enter a house unless they are invited.
Old folk tales, which have been handed down from one country to another, were also a kind of tale about uninvited guests coming from the outside, such as plagues and disasters that cover the world.
Inspired by various events and daily life, I create my works as if I am spinning a tale.”

Fuco Ueda Solo exhibition
[ The Visitor ]
October 12-29, 2022
Closed days: Sun, Moon
Galley MUMON

Notice of solo exhibition


A solo show will be held in Tokyo from November 27th.
In addition to new works, we will also sell a limited number of high-definition prints.
If you are interested, please contact the gallery.

Fuco Ueda solo show
November 27th-December 15th, 2021
11:00 am to 7:00 pm
Closed on Mondays and public holidays
KIYOSHI Art space

Contact the gallery for paintings and high-definition prints.
I’ll keep you posted on Instagram or Twitter about my stay in the gallery.

“Fuco Ueda, born in 1979 in Tochigi prefecture. She completed graduate school at Tokyo Polytechnic University in 2003. In 2000, she was selected for the “Hitotsubo Exhibition”, in 2001 she received the JACA Special Award, and in 2004 she exhibited at the VOCA Exhibition. Started energetic activities and continues to the present.

Fuco Ueda draws a daydream-like scene that mixes reality and fantasy that a girl experiences with unique colors and color schemes. When the joy of being at the mercy of the flood of images and being able to approach a place that is nowhere else, the work depicted with personal feelings, on the other hand, is a reality for people of the same age who live in modern times and are saturated with substances and information. Creates empathy as a mirror. Large chrysanthemums with bloated petals that have been repeatedly bred to make them more beautiful, and goldfish that require conscious maintenance to maintain the varieties. Those that have been improved. This exhibition consists of new works and recent works created based on Fuco Ueda’s interest in artificial beauty and desires. “Because you can see the fundamental desires of human beings, which is similar to the image of a woman who has been superimposed on the ideal” beauty “in art expression from ancient times. As a being that cannot grow naturally without the hands of others, her skill in her is more and more accentuated by “beauty”. “Ueda said so.

People always do not doubt the position of the viewer of “beauty”, but is it possible to reverse the boundaries of that position? We hope that you will take a look at the works of Fuco Ueda, who continues to explore the possibilities of expression while embracing such desires. 』