Crossing Boundaries: Art // Maps (group show)
Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center
Boston Public Library, Boston, MA
October 8, 2018 - April 20, 2019
March 7, 2019. Evening with the Artist: Naoe Suzuki (artist-led workshop) Free & Open to public, but registration is required. Limited to 20 people.
April 2, 2019. Panel talk in conjunction with the exhibition. More information forthcoming.
Elemental (two-person show)
167A Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, MA
September 29 - November 9, 2018
Dreamcatchers (solo show)
Red Wall Gallery
Cambridge School of Weston
45 Georgian Road
October 30 - December 20, 2017
Tokyo Wonder Site Open Studio 2016-2017
March 10-12, 2017
Tokyo Wonder Site Residency
Arts Kikukawa 1F, 2-14-7 Tatekawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Research Residency at Tokyo Wonder Site Residency, Japan. January, 2017.
Residency program. Studios at MASS MoCA
North Adams, MA. April 2016
Collaborating at the Intersection of Art and Science on YouTube.
HUB Week event
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
September 27, 2016
Interviews & Articles
At the BPL, the art of getting from here to there on Boston Globe. Written by Mark Feeney. October 18, 2018.
Artists probe the state, and fate, of water on Queens Chronicle. Written by Victoria Zunitch. May 17, 2018.
Stories retold: From magic spells to Ebola virus on BMC Commons: A Gathering of Stories & Culture
Water, Water Everywhere? Naoe Suzuki's Thirst for Awareness
Interview by Taryn Plumb in artscope magazine: Nov/Dec 2015
Read on my blog.
New University Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Environmental Issue
Interview by Jacob Boucher in The Connector, UMass Lowell Student Newspaper, Nov. 3, 2015.
Exhibit inspired by water crisis around the world
BrandeisNOW. January 6, 2012.
Suzuki's show opens spring art season
The Justice Newspaper. January 16, 2012.
ArtScope. Jan/Feb issue, 2012.
Mi Tigre, My Lover by Naoe Suzuki
Art Hound. June 20, 2011.
Naoe Suzuki's Drawings Gone Wild
Take one look at the artwork of Naoe Suzuki (MCC Drawing Fellow ‘06) and you’ll see evidence of a person deeply committed to drawing. Her art brings to light the complex emotions humans have in relation to animals. Her latest series depicts the relationship between a woman and the tigers...Read more.
ArtSake. August 30, 2010.
Nano Interview with Naoe Suzuki
ArtSake. March 11, 2010.