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 SAOH & TOMOS
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CHUO-KU  TOKYO 
103-0023

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Barbara Yoshida has had numerous exhibitions in countries 
around the world, including The Netherlands, Japan, Finland, 
Turkey, Egypt, Ukraine, Korea, India, England, France, Austria, 
Republic of China, Switzerland, Canada and Italy. During 2007
Yoshida had two one-person shows: one in Budapest, Hungary
and one in Greenport, New York. Yoshida was invited to exhibit
 as part of Kaunas Photo Days 2006 in Kaunas, Lithuania and 
had three other solo shows that year: one in New York City 
and two in Scotland. That same year she was invited to exhibit 
in Houston, Texas in conjunction with FotoFest; selected for 
Photography Now: one hundred portfolios; and invited to jury 
the Minnesota Print Biennial. Other solo exhibitions have been 
in Overland Park, Kansas; George B. Dorr Museum in Bar Harbor, 
Maine; Amherst, Massachusetts; Coeur dfAlene, Idaho; Sopot, 
Poland; and Gdansk, Poland. Her photogravures were shown at 
Atelier Lacourière Frélaut in Paris, as part of Le Mois de 
lfEstampe 2005, and seven prints were featured at Southeast 
Museum of Photography in Daytona Beach, Florida.

In addition to photographing the US through a half-dozen artistfs 
residencies for the National Park Service, Yoshida is also a former
Light Work, Ucross, Blacklock Nature Sanctuary, Atlantic Center 
for the Arts (selected by Graciela Iturbide), and two-time 
MacDowell Colony fellow. Public collections that contain her work 
include Museet for Fotokunst Brandts Klaedefabrik in Denmark;
 Southeast Museum of Photography; Frederick R. Weisman Art 
Museum; The Huntington Gardens Art Collection; Polaroid 
Corporation; The Demarco Skateraw Project in Scotland; Light 
Work; New York Public Library; Newark Public Library; Free Library 
of Philadelphia; The University of Dallas; and Arkansas State 
University. She did her graduate work at Hunter College, City 
University of New York, New York City, studying with Robert 
Morris, Tony Smith, Ray Parker and Vincent Longo.
2008.5 Gallery Saoh Solo Exhibition

2012.1 Gallery Tomos Solo Exhibition

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