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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Satoco Yamamoto
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
Previous Artist
  • At the Bar
Etching and Abaca Paper Making
13" x 12" 
  • At the Bar A
Paper Making, Etching
12" x 9" 
  • At the Bar B
Paper Making, Etching
12" x 10" 
  • At the Bar C
Paper Making, Etching
12" x 10" 
  • At the Market
Paper Making, Etching
12" x 16" 
  • Coffee Shop  (Courtesy of Art, Awagami factory studio)
Etching, Kozo Paper Making
17" x 12" 
  • Gift
Etching and Abaca Paper Making
15" x 17" 
  • Gift  (Courtesy of Art, Awagami factory studio)
Watercolor & Ink Drawing, Kozo Paper Making
12" x 16" 
  • Gift  (Double)
Etching and Abaca Paper Making
24" x 18" 
  • Hold On
Paper Making, Etching
12" x 10" 
  • Iris
Mixed Media on Paper
12" x 10" 
  • Le Cafe  (Courtesy of Art, Awagami factory studio)
Watercolor & Ink Drawing, Kozo Paper Making
17" x 12" 
  • Man in the Mirror
Paper Making, Etching
14" x 12.5" 
  • Pray 1/1
Monoprint
25" x 16" 
  • Shoe Shining
Etching on Arnhem1618 Paper
30" x 22" 
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Satoco Yamamoto

Sato Yamamoto is a Japanese artist inspired by culture and diversity. Her unique style of art includes advanced printmaking and paper-making skills, that she perfected during her time in New York. Growing up in Japan, Sato used watercolors and acrylics to create paintings of the scenic world around her. Upon moving to New York, she noticed the vast diversity and fell in love with the multicultural tones of the city. New York changed her perspective of artistry; she attended the School of Visual Arts and began learning abstract printmaking techniques. Later, she was enrolled in “Dieu Donné” at the Brooklyn Navy Yard and, as an intern, she learned handmade paper-making techniques. Her skills gained notice and in 2018, Sato was honored with an invitation to the Awagami Paper Factory in Tokushima, Japan to learn the art of traditional Japanese paper-making.

Throughout her travels, Sato has grown tremendously, further developing her craft with the heart of her artwork based on diversity. She moved to New York with hopes of being a pioneer in her craft and returned to Japan as a respected and appreciated artist. Her artwork rises above the boundaries of discrimination to connect viewers from all backgrounds and she hopes to inspire them to embrace uniqueness and multi-cultural experiences.




Artists in this exhibition

Ewa | Sylke Singelmann | Saurabh Mohan | Rosana Largo Rodríguez | Perez Reiter | Cynthia Chace Gray | Yinon Shamshins | Shlomo Israeli | Mehdi Oveisi | Pia Sjölin | Florencia Zampieri | Marek Wasylewicz | Sylvain Boisjoly | Noriyoshi Morimoto | José Talamás Abularach | Ignatius | Nancy Holleran | Tina Louise Lambert | toNI Altenstrasser | Margret Carde | Ani Agassi | Deborah Helms | Ora Cohen | Flores Thierry | Jose Ramon Santiago | Sayumi Osanai | Hiroshi Wada (和田 浩志) | Clara de Bobes | R. Matheson | María Alejandra Ibáñez | Paris Gray | Iswanto Soerjanto | Zuzka Tarkosova | claracarat | Latoya Tidd | Christine Lückmann | Sergey Iakovlev (Яковлев) | Doofan Kwaghhool | Helena Zyryanova | Romaric Bonne | Mileidy Plata | Maribel Matthews | Nelya Akimova | Aaron Cristofaro | Crazy Rah Art aka Sarah Stott | Claudia Mini | Gordana Tomic | Alexander Ossipov (TOTUR) | RAN | Iva Milanova | Russell Jacobs | Attila Mata | Karen Kanas | Alex Nemirovsky | Rodrigo Paredes | Judy Ann Filipich | Akihito Izumi | Andrew Knox | Dan Aug | Irina Mauler | Alexey SAVART | Meir Raz | Marina Maltezou | Rine Philbin | Picasso Picasso | Sheetal Shaw | Akinori Ohtsuka | Fábio Salun | Hanan Levi | Miguel de la Cruz | Yotta | Patti Hodder | Satoco Yamamoto | Uriy Bykov | Amani Elbayoumi | Flávia Centrone | Mario España | Zie Otto | MrLou | Caroline Degroiselle | Blanca Severo | Anina E. Hathaway | Fariba Baghi | YoungHee Woo | Paul Kittlaus | Yu He | Luisa Vicente Isola

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