Field Notes, II from solo show, "Mapping" at the Rivers School, 2020
Past Exhibitions & Events: 2020 - 2021
Think About Water (virtual group exhibition)
March 22 - June 21, 2021
humanNATURE (virtual group exhibition)
February 15 – March 31
Mapping (solo exhibition)
October 19 - December 4, 2020
The Rivers School (showing on multiple galleries)
Charting the World: Subjective Map Making (group exhibition)
January 30 - February 27, 2020
Suffolk University Gallery
Celebrating Art and Science at the Broad Institute (group exhibition)
November 18, 2019 - February 7, 2020
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
News & Activities
Sharing my story on anti-Asian racism. Post for the Harvard Fine Arts Library's blog. Written by Naoe Suzuki. April, 2021.
Visiting Artist at the Rivers School, Weston, MA. Fall 2020
Received the Medicine Men and Women, Artists/Activists Award from the Medicine Wheel Productions. June, 2020.
Research Residency at Tokyo Wonder Site Residency, Japan. January, 2017.
Collaborating at the Intersection of Art and Science. Panel talk. Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. September 27, 2016
Watch the presentation about Naoe's work on water.
Interviews & Articles
Q&A with SPOKE artist Naoe Suzuki on SPOKE Gallery blog. May 21, 2021.
What Role Does Research Play in Your Art? on ArtSake, a blog for the Massachusetts Cultural Council. December 15, 2020.
Visiting Artist Naoe Suzuki Shares Work, Ideas with Students: article about the exhibit, "Mapping" at the Rivers School. November 10, 2020.
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. BMC Commons: A Gathering of Stories & Culture. 2017.
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
The Connector, UMass Lowell Student Newspaper, Nov. 3, 2015.
Exhibit inspired by water crisis around the world
BrandeisNOW. January 6, 2012.