Winners in 2019
Online Group Exhibition
Stephen Globus (Introduced as J-Collabo Advisory Boad)
Sacchi Shimoda (introduced as J-Collabo Board of Directors)
Hitoshi Sagaseki (Introduced as J-Collabo Founder)
Winners in 2018
Residency Programs in Brooklyn
Solo Show in Tokyo
Mini Solo shows at BBFL Cafe
Group Show at BBFL Tokyo
Richard Ford 3
Collaborations for 2020
Winners in 2017
J-COLLABO Globus Family Award
Solo Show at BBFL Gallery, Event at Globus Washitsu, Accommodation at Ryokan, and Air ticket
Born in 1993, Kanagawa Prefecture.
She began her modelling career in 2015. Being inspired by her sculptor father, she started wondering about other forms of self-expression and eventually started to work as an artist.
Other than creating remarkable stipple arts with full compositions of miniscule dots on translucent tracing papers, she also focuses on Encaustic painting, illustrating vivid flows of colours using beeswax. Her various exhibitions are not only held in Tokyo but also in other locations and now her designs are being used in CD album covers as well.
J-COLLABO Wooly Award
Solo Show in Fukuoka, Japan, Accommodation and Air ticket
Akito Nara paints abstract work, evoking the likenesses of creatures and other forms inspired from personal anecdotes and introspection. His self-portraits exist as interpretations of different facets of his spiritual self.Nara moved to New York City in 2013 from Yokohama, Japan.After that, his artistic journey has been largely without schooling. He made art performance for club event in Copenhagen, Denmark 2016. His first solo show was held in private room in Brooklyn, New York 2017. He also joined some group exhibitions in NYC and he's trying to have more opportunities for showing his art work.Nara is currently based in Brooklyn, New York.
J-COLLABO O&S Institute Award
Solo Show at BBFL Gallery, and Studio Space
J-Collabo Collaborators in 2018
We are trying to plan to have some events with them