Screenings & Exhibitions


48 years – Silent Dictator/ 沈黙の独裁者, Yogyakarta, Festival Film Dokumenter (FFD)
48 years – Silent Dictator/ 沈黙の独裁者, The Dharamshala International Film Festival
48 years – Silent Dictator/ 沈黙の独裁者, ARKIPEL Jakarta International Documentary and Experimental Film Festival 2018 – Homoludens
48 years – Silent Dictator/ 沈黙の独裁者, Mt. Fuji Atami Film & VR Festival, Atami city,  Japan
48 years – Silent Dictator/沈黙の独裁者, the 8th Cambodia International Film Festival, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
air,  International Peace Film Festival in Gangjeong, Seogwipo City, Jeju Special Province, South Korea
air, test screening, “Imprisoned, Jailbreak, Imprisoned, Jailbreak” at statements, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Making Mistakes, “Imprisoned, Jailbreak, Imprisoned, Jailbreak” at statements, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Majulah Singapura, M1  Singapore Fringe Festival 2014, National Museum of Singapore
Tree Project Film, cutlog Paris 2013 “Empty Happiness, ”curated by Ellen Y. Chang, Atelier Richelieu, Paris, France
Tree Project Film, Art Taipei 2013, video art program: Into the woods, Taipei, Taiwan.
Tree Project Film, The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul – this year’s Green Competition, the international competition category of the GFFIS, Seoul, Korea
Tree Project Film, cutlog art fair / video arts film festival, Program: Stay Here, New York, USA
Making Mistakes, the International Veask 2013 Buddhist Film Festival, Sri Lanka
air, Cinema Vérité, Iran International Documentary Film Festival, Teheran, Iran
air, The 4th DMZ Korean International Documentary Film Festival (DMZ Docs 2012), Bucheon-Si, South Korea
air, Cannes Court Métrage (Canne Short Film Corner), Nice, France
Making Mistakes, Gandhinagar International Film Festival, Gujarat, India
Making Mistakes, The Queens World Film Festival New York, U S A
Making Mistakes, Filums- the LUMS International Film Festival by the LUMS Media Arts Society (LMA) Lahore, Pakistan
Making Mistakes, UFO 0110 International Digital Film Festival 2012, New Delhi , India
Where it flows into the Plains, Gandhinagar International Film Festival, Gujarat, India
Making Mistakes, Independent Film Quarterly Film & Media Festival, NYC, USA
Making Mistakes & Tree Project Film, Green Screen Film Series, HSNY, NYC
Pilgrimage in “O,” Art Next Gallery, NYC, USA


48 years – Silent Dictator/48 years – 沈黙の独裁者
, 特別賞, 熱海国際映画祭長編コンペ –  Special Mention, The Mt. Fuji – Atami Film Festival
PUERTO (PORT) Experimental Forum 2017 Honorable Mention Award
Making Mistakes, Honorable Mention Documentary award (Queens World Film Festival)
air, Documentary Silver Palm Award (Mexico International Film festival)
Making Mistakes, Documentary Audience Award, Independent Film Quarterly Film & New Media Festival

Selection Committee member/Jury for Film Festival

KAFFNY, Korean American film festival new york – Third Culture Cinema Feature Competition Digital Jury
the 37th Asian American International Film Festival

Solo Exhibitions

Recent drawings and Collages, Owen Gallery, Gould Academy, Bethel, ME, USA
Majulah Singapura – Tree Project, M1 SINGAPORE FRINGE FESTIVAL 2014: ART AND THE PEOPLE, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore
Tree Project, The Horticultural Society of New York, NYC, USA
A Night of Elephants, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan
Buddha, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC, USA
Buddha, Art Unlimited, Art/32/Basel, Switzerland
Early-Hiroshi, L.A. Galerie, Frankfurt, Germany
Big Bang Bang!, Galleri Wang, Oslo, Norway
Deception, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC, USA

Museum Exhibitions

HYBRIS. A Possible Approach to Ecoaesthetics, at MUSAC (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León)

The Curse of Bigness, Queens Museum of Art, NYC, USA
Project for a New American Century, Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Massachusetts, USA
Making a Home: Making a Home: Japanese Contemporary Artists in New York, Japan Society, NYC, USA
Self exposure, Kunst- en Architectuurgeschiedenis Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Americans, Barbican Art Center, London, England
Queer Visualities, Staller Center at Stony Brook University, USA
Vertigo, Ursula-Blickle-Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany
Vertigo, Voralberger Kunstverein, Bregenz, Austria
Desire, Ursula-Blickle-Stiftung, Kraichtal, Germany
Desire, Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy

Group Exhibitions

Apocalypse: Then and Now (Curated by Dr. Thalia Vrachopoulos) at Shiva Gallery, NY, USA
The Art of Humanity at The Pratt Institute, THE RUBELLE AND NORMAN SCHFLER GALLERY, Brooklyn, NY, USA
MAP OF THE NEW ART, FONDAZIONE GIORGIO CINI, Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, Italy
Body–Site: The Meeting of Nature and Culture, Marxhausen Gallery, Concordia University, Nebraska, USA
Green Room, New York University, NYC, USA
Imago Mundi: The Art of Humanity, the Biennale of Contemporary African Art in Dakar

SAWCC’s Soirée & Annual Benefit, 2A, NYC, USA
Imago Mundi Venis, Foundazion Querini Stampalia, Venis, Italy
Round The Bend, a photography faculty group show, 3rd fl admin office, NYU, NYC, USA
Cinema on the Brink Series at Pratt Institute
War is for the Living,” a group show curated by Chuong-Dai Vo and Midori Yamamura at The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, NYC, USA
The Fire That Doesn’t Go Out, curated by Nanette Yannuzzi and Sylvia Watanabe, New Baron Gallery, Oberlin, OH, USA
The December Store of Artist Multiples and Small Works, NO, a Non-profit Art Gallery, NYC, USA
WE ARE ONE, Camel Art Space, NYC, USA
Ghosting, Curated by Jiyoon koo, World Trade Center Hotel, NYC, USA
We Are One exhibition, New York Institute of Technology, NYC, USA
SAWCC’s 2010 Art Auction Benefit, The Guild Art Gallery,  NYC, USA
Divide & Conquer, curated by Robert Szantyr, Quinesbaug Valley Community College, CT, USA
The 5th Blue Sky Project: An International Exhibition, Honjomachi, Joetsu City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
Last Book, Zentral Bibliothek in Zurich, Switzerland
O, Art Next Gallery, NYC, USA
Margins, curated by Judith Schwartz, Barney Building at New York University, NYC, USA2009
The 4th Blue Sky Project, Gallery, Takada Library in Takada Park, Honjomachi, Joetsu City, Japan
A DRY RUN, curated by Catherine Ahearn and Rebecca Kolsrud, Charlie Horse, NYC, USA
THE DROP, Urban Art Infill: 2012+, Curated By Mie Iwatsuki and Alexandra Chang, NYC, USA
New Faculty Artwork, Pless Hall, New York University, New York, NY
The inaugural MIRACLE SHOW, curated by James Woodward, The Miracle Garden, NYC, USA
Eat Clay or Die, curated by Michele Quan & Susannah Tisue, Greenwich House Pottery, NYC, USA
The Yuko Sueta Benefit, Participant Inc, New York, NY=
Visual AIDS: Postcards from the Edge, ZeiherSmith Inc., NYC, USA
Bailout Biennial, Golden Belt, Durham, NC, USA
Art at Straus, curated by Nancy Barton and Michael Cohen, The Joseph and Qwendolyn Straus Institute for the Advanced Study of Law & Justice, NYC, USA
International Contemporary Art Fair, AVANTHAY CONTEMPORARY/Kunst Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
International Education Week photo exhibit: What is Home, Kimmel Center, NYU, NYC, USA
Visual AIDS: Postcards from the Edge, Metro Pictures, NYC, USA
The SAWCC second Annual Art Auction Benefit, TamarindART Gallery, NYC, USA
Silence in the Light, Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, Japan
The Pless Hall Faculty Show, New York University, NYC, USA
EMERGING WOR(L)D Billboard Art, Tina B.  The Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Prague, Czech republic
HeartWorks (Auction), ICE BOX Project Space, Philadelphia, USA
The Day of 39@rt (“thank you art”), Contemporary Art Factory – FADs art space, Tokyo, Japan
One of Something, Barney Building at New York University, NYC, USA
A Curator’s Gift: Contemporary Photography from Diego Cortez, New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, USA
Silence in the Light, Venetia Kapernekas Gallery, NYC, USA
Sound of Music, Commons Gallery at New York University, NYC, USA
The 3rd Blue Sky Project: An International Exhibition–Love, Blue Sky, and Peace, Gallery, Honjomachi, Joetsu City, Niigata, Japan
Visual AIDS: Postcards from the Edge, James Cohan Gallery, NYC, USA
Hobby Horse – Yeah, Yeah Dada Asia, Avanthay Contemporary, Zurich, Switzerland
White Wave/Asian Artworks, Inc. Benefit Silent Auction, Dance Theater Workshop, NYC, USA
Blue Sky Project 2007, Oshima Gallery, Jyoetsu City, Japan
Neointegrity, Derek Eller Gallery, NYC, USA
Visual AIDS: Postcards from the Edge, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., NYC, USA
Crossing The Atlantic, Uneasy Spaces, Goldsmiths College, London, England
YDF, Daikanyama Hillside Plaza, Tokyo, Japan
Atomika, Lombard-Fried Fine Arts, NYC, USA
Back to the Garden (epop), Ruby falls, NYC, USA
Look Closer eclectic drawing show by 22 artists, About Glamour, NYC, USA
Connect The Dots, Columbia University, NYC, USA
Works on Paper, Southfirst, Brooklyn, NYC, USA
Dubrow International, Kravets/Wehby Gallery, NYC, USA
Late to Work Everyday, Depreau, Chicago, USA
Enough About Me, Momenta Art, Brooklyn, USA
State of the Gallery, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC, USA
Artists Who Make Pieces, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC, USA
Collector’s Choice, Exit Art, NYC, USA
Fuel Serve, Kenny Schachter/Rove, NYC, USA
Blondies and Brownies, Aktionsforum Parterinsel, Munich, Germany
The Nocturnal Dream Show, Pat Hearn Gallery, NYC, USA
High five, Galerie Schedler, Zurich, Switzerland
Dope, American Fine Art, NYC, USA
Papermake, Modern Art Inc., London, England
120 Artists, Sixth@Prince, NYC, USA
Answer Yes, No, or Don’t Know, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC, USA
Giftland: Consumption, Printed Matter, NYC, USA
E Plurals Nihil, American Fine Arts, NYC, USA
Hey! You never know, Kenny Schachter/Rove, NYC, USA
Romper Room, Thread Waxing Space, NYC, USA
100 Photographs, American Fine Art, NYC, USA


Arse About Face, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC, USA
I’d give you everything I’ve got for a little peace of mind, Tonic, NYC, USA
Hymn a l’amore, Greene Naftali, NYC, USA
Hymn a l’amore, Galleri Wang, Oslo, Norway
hiroshi sunairi + d’early-hiroshi in Polymorphically L’Amourphous – A Collaboration Piece with Jonathan Bepler, Tonic, NYC, USA
Hanasaku-komich (with Jun Iseyama), PS1, NYC, USA
Early-Hiroshi – Tie Me Up, Andrew Kreps Gallery, NYC, USA
Early-Hiroshi and Green Apple Science, Exit Art, NYC, USA
Influenza/Green Apple Science, Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC, USA
IT IS EARLY-HIROSHI, Gavin Brown Enterprise, NYC, USA
Early Talk, Kenny Schachter/Rove, NYC, USA
Open Early Hiroshi, American Fine Arts, NYC, USA
Early-Hiroshi Poetry Reading, Kenny Schachter/Rove, NYC, USA
L’egoiste Narcissiste Torturous Constructivist, Sahara Classic, NYC, USA
The Missing Case of Justin Yamaguchi, Hotel 17, NYC, USA
In Calvin, Knitting Factory, NYC, USA
L’egoiste Narcissiste, Holly Solomon Gallery, NYC, USA
In Hiroshi’s Room, Hotel 17, NYC, USA
Hiroshi Sunairi by Hiroshi Sunairi, Thread Waxing Space, NYC, USA
A Legacy of Jackson Pollock, S.U.N.Y. Purchase, White Plains, USA
Made In Picasso, S.U.N.Y. Purchase, White Plains, USA


ROADSIDE PICNIC, Chambers Fine Arts, NYC
Peace By Piece 2005, Old Bank of Japan at Hiroshima Branch, Hiroshima, Japan
Peace By Piece 2005, Desbrosses Gallery, NYC, USA
Let’s Laugh At Stereotypes, About Glamour Gallery, NYC, USA
The Exhibition of Color Photography, New York University, NYC, USA
Peace By Piece, The Living Museum at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center and NYU, Guild & Greyshkul, NYC
Boredom with Everyday Life, SOUTHFIRST Gallery, NYC, USA
University of Girls/T-shirt by female artists of NY, United Bamboo, Tokyo, Japan
The Young Americans, New York University, NYC, USA
Life Expectancy Music, Tonic, NYC, USA
No Wave Music Festival, 407 Gallery, NYC, USA
L’en – A performance festival, Life, NYC, USA


Elephants and Their Seeds that Recall Life, in Boundaries / Crossings, Bard College, Annandale-On-Hudson, USA
Making Mistakes, Trustees Theater, Gould Academy, Bethel, ME, USA
Hiroshi Sunairi: film screening and artist talk, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, USA
Elephant in the Room, Westwood secondary school, Singapore
Hiroshima, Chernobyl, Fukushima and Hereafter, New York University, NYC, USA
Asian Contemporary Art Consortium 08: Artists in Conversation with Yuken Teruya, New York University, NYC
Intuition, Material, and Elephant, New York University, NYC, USA
Artist on Art, presented by Rubin Museum of art and Art Asia Pacific, RMA, NYC, USA
Portrait, Landscape, Photography Workshop, at Nippon Club, NYC, USA
Nuclear Disarmament and Arts Symposium, New York University, NYC, USA
Peace By Piece, Lecture at NPT conference Room B, the United Nation, NYC, USA
Present A ’03, Guest Lecture, Tokyo Geidai University, Japan

Television/Radio Broadcast

The silent survivor of the Hiroshima bombings, ABC Radio Australia
The Bailout Biennial, North Carolina Public Radio
Japanese Artists in New York, Nippon Television. New York Broadcast
Japanese Contemporary Artitsts in New York, NHK. Oct. 6
Peace Art Exhibition by American Students, Nippon Television. New York Broadcast. Jun 2
A Feature Program, RCC Evening News in Hiroshima. July 2
Angle E: Hiroshima Born Artist Hiroshima, Elephants Never Forget, RCC News. Jul 2. 6:24pm
Hibaku Tree Art Exhibition, RCC. Today Departing
Making Art of Peace in New York, Chugoku Television. Topic, August 17
An Inheritor of Hiroshima? through Art of an Elephant, Hiroshima television. Aug 17
A Night of Elephant, Hiroshima Home Television. Sep 8
Projecting the Memory of Hiroshima on Elephants, NHK. Sep 16
Projecting the Memory of Hiroshima on Elephants, NHK. Sep 17
Artist living in New York using an interesting motif to create his Hiroshima, Home ANN Home News
Hiroshima-Born Artist Solo Exhibition on the Theme of Peace, Chugoku Cable Television
New York University Students’ Hiroshima, NHK BS1. The World’s Watch, August 6th
Wishing for Peace, One Thousand Cranes from New York, Hiroshima television. HTV News, August 5
Pouring Wishes of Peace in New York, Nippon Television. New York Broadcast


Japan Foundation Exhibitions Abroad Support Program
Japan Foundation Exhibitions Abroad Support Program
PS1 Studio Grant, NYC

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