Mika Horibuchi; Rock Stamp; 2017

Rock Stamp

2017

Mika Horibuchi; RD FB (S); 2017

RD FB (S)

2017

Watercolors

Watercolors

Feb 25 – Mar 26, 2022

Bortolami

A Tale of Today

A Tale of Today

Sep 26, 2020 – Jan 15, 2021

The Richard H. Driehaus Museum

Felix Art Fair 2020

Felix Art Fair 2020

Feb 1316, 2020

The Empathy Lab

The Empathy Lab

Jul 11 – Aug 24, 2019

Jessica Silverman Gallery

In the Hot Seat

In the Hot Seat

Apr 26 – Aug 11, 2019

Chicago

The Map is Not the Territory

The Map is Not the Territory

Jun 22 – Aug 3, 2019

Andrew Rafacz Gallery

NADA Miami Beach 2018

NADA Miami Beach 2018

Dec 69, 2018

Chicago Works: Mika Horibuchi

Chicago Works: Mika Horibuchi

Jul 17 – Dec 2, 2018

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Paintings of Watercolors

Paintings of Watercolors

Dec 14, 2017 – Jan 27, 2018

Summer

Summer

Jul 15 – Aug 12, 2017

ZONAMACO 2017

ZONAMACO 2017

Feb 812, 2017

Draw the Curtain

Draw the Curtain

Jun 25 – Aug 13, 2016

Miranda

Miranda

Jun 11 – Jul 16, 2016

Anat Ebgi

No Secret

No Secret

Apr 16 – May 22, 2016

LVL3

Sub Rosa

Sub Rosa

Mar 12 – Apr 23, 2016

Loudhailer Gallery

Theory of Forms

Theory of Forms

Sep 18 – Dec 20, 2015

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries Right Now

What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries Right Now

The New York Times
Mar 9, 2022
A Tale of Today – Connecting Past & Present

A Tale of Today – Connecting Past & Present

Chicago Gallery News
Sep 21, 2020
Review: Theory of Forms at Patron Gallery

Review: Theory of Forms at Patron Gallery

Hairy Rainbow
Dec 17, 2015
New American Paintings #131

New American Paintings #131

New American Paintings
Aug 1, 2017
“Miranda” at Anat Ebgi

“Miranda” at Anat Ebgi

Contemporary Art Daily
Jul 14, 2016
HABITAT: MIKA HORIBUCHI

HABITAT: MIKA HORIBUCHI

Art News
Feb 5, 2016
Mika Horibuchi - Familiar Reality Translations

Mika Horibuchi - Familiar Reality Translations

The COMP Magazine
Dec 22, 2015
Chicago Seven Brings Art to the People

Chicago Seven Brings Art to the People

Huffington Post
Mar 3, 2015

Mika Horibuchi



Born 1991, San Francisco, CA.
Lives and works in Chicago, IL.

EDUCATION
2013
BFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

SOLO / TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2022
Watercolors, Bortolami, New York, NY.

2020
A Tale of Today: Nate Young and Mika Horibuchi, The Richard H. Driehaus Museum, Chicago IL

2018
Chicago Works: Mika Horibuchi, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
Una vida domestica, Salon ACME, Mexico City, Mexico

2017
Paintings of Watercolors, PATRON, Chicago IL

2016
Draw the Curtain, PATRON, Chicago, IL
No Secret, LVL3, Chicago, IL

2015
Mika Horibuchi and Dan Rizzo-Orr: View with a Room, Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL

2013
Mika Horibuchi, Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, IL
Four-Years: Mika Horibuchi, Sharp, Chicago, IL
Bad Graphics, Alcatraz, Chicago, IL
Surface Fiction, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, IL
Shared Studios: Stephanie Cristello & Mika Horibuchi, SUGs Projects, Chicago, IL

2012
Mika Horibuchi: Slightly Better Than Reality, Gagosian’t Gallery, Chicago, IL

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2019
The Empathy Lab,Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Fransisco, CA
In the Hot Seat, KMAC Museum, Louisville, KY
The Map is Not the Territory, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

2018
Good News,Ralph Arnold Gallery, Loyola University, Chicago IL
On Anxiety, Cleve Carney Art Gallery, College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, IL
8, LVL3, Chicago, IL
Una Vida Domestica, Mexico City, MX
This is a Pipe: Realism and the Found Object in Contemporary Art, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL

2017
Tangled Bliss and Beautiful Soup: Amie Cunat, Mika Horibuchi, and Florencia Escudero, Selena Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Council, Mika Horibuchi, David Leggett, Orkideh Torabi, Erin Washington, Caleb Yono, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

2016
Things, Soccer Club Club, Chicago IL
Sub Rosa, Loudhailer Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Miranda, Anat Ebgi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2015
Theory of Forms, PATRON, Chicago, IL
Complementary Width, The Franklin, Chicago, IL
Stardust Memories, Heaven Gallery, Chicago, IL
Neon Dreams: Threewalls Gala, Threewalls, Chicago, IL
AFMI Gala, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
7 over 7, Silent Funny, Chicago, IL

2014
NANJING INTERNATIONAL ARTS FESTIVAL, Nanjing, China
‘Yes, you’re in heaven’, Pop-Up Gallery, Chicago, IL
Visual Arts Exhibition 2014, Luminarts Cultural Foundation at the Union League Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Until then, Alcatraz, Chicago, IL

2013
KUNSTKAMMER (A Cabinet of Curiosities), Apostrophe, Brooklyn, NY
Exhibit at Expansion Gallery, Lacuna Lofts, Chicago, IL
Creativity in the Workplace, Urban Alliance, Chicago, IL
20th Annual Nippon Steel & Sumimoto Metals Exhibition, Nippon Steel, Chicago IL

2012
Act I: Absence Makes It Real, Leroy Neiman Center Gallery, Chicago, IL
19th Annual Nippon Steel & Sumimoto Metals Exhibition, Nippon Steel, Chicago, IL

2011
One “Hitotsu”, Superfrog Gallery, San Francisco, CA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
2020
Elizabeth Fazzare, Two Artist Transform the Gilded Age Driehaus Museum in Chicago, Cultured Magazine, October
Jonathan Hilburg, Chicago’s Driehaus Museum enlivens its historic mansion with contemporary, The Architect’s Newspaper, October
Jacqueline Lewis, A Tale of Today - Connecting Past & Present, Chicago Gallery News, September
Kerry Cardoza, Art 50 2020: Chicago’s Artists’ Artists, Newcity Art, September

2018
Stephanie Cristello, Patrick Lanford Stephenson, and Gabrielle Walsh, Drawing the Curtain: Mika Horibuchi, Issue 07 Special Edition, September
Tom Wawzenek, Mika Horibuchi Plays with Reality and Illusion in MCA Exhibit, Third Coast Review, Nov 9
Kate Sierzputowski, Chicago artist Mika Horibuchi paints oil tromp-l’oeil replicas of her grandma’s watercolors. The result is an experiment in looking at the world through someone else’s eyes, Chicago Reader

2016
Kayl Parker, Seven badass female artists who are changing the art world, Time out, June 8
Katherine McMahon, Habitat: Mika Horibuchi, Art News, Feb 5

2015
Emiliano Burr Di Mauro, 4th Ward Project Space: Mika Horibuchi, Southside Weekly, April 28
Stephanie Cristello, Chicago’s Concept-Based Group Exhibitions Show Strength in Numbers, ArtSlant, October 20
Chester Alamo-Castello, Mika Horibuchi - Familiar Reality Translations, The COMP Magazine, December 22
Viven Lesnik Weisman, Chicago Seven Bring Art to the People, Huffpost Arts & Culture, March 3

RELATED EXPERIENCE
2014
Co-founder and co-director of 4th Ward Project Space, Chicago, IL