Hiroko Inoue is a contemporary artist of photography, installation and sculpture. Born in Osaka, educated in Osaka and Okinawa, she Iives and works in Japan and Germany. Her focus is on the interconnectedness of physical reality and cilvilization, and what place individuals and nature have in this tense relationship.
Osaka Triennale, Düsseldorf City Special Award
Osaka-Goethe-Düsseldorf Fellowship in Düsseldorf (Germany)
»Counter Photography« – internationally touring exhibition organized by The Japan Foundation
Live-Art Scholarship, Grand Prize
Appointment as Special Adviser for Cultural Exchange by the Government of Japan in Vienna
The Japanese-Austrian Committee for the 21 Century of 2007, MOFA
Artist in Residence at Clemson University, South Carolina, U.S.A.