Junko Imada ha vissuto e lavorato a Milano per tanti anni. Le sue opere sono in collezioni pubbliche e private in Europa, in Stati Uniti ed in Giappone. Tra le numerose mostre personali, ricordiamo “galleria Spaziotemporaneo”, ”Naviglio Modern Art”, “Bruna Soletti Arte Comtemporanea” a Milano, “Museo MAM” Mantova, “Museo CAMK” Kumamoto, Giappone.
Junko Imada has lived and worked in Milan for many years. His works are in public and private collections in Europe, the United States and in Japan. Among the numerous personal exhibitions worthy of particular mention have been those at the “Galleria Spaziotemporaneo”, the ”Naviglio Modern Art” and the “Bruna Soletti Arte Contemporanea” in Milan, the “MAM” museum Mantua, and the “CAMK” museum Kumamoto, Japan.
Negli ultimi dieci anni, ho lavorato sul tema “la nascita” combinando vari materiali quali ceramica, filo, lana, tessuto, vetro e pelle.
Over the last ten years I have worked on the theme of “birth” theme combining various materials including ceramics, thread, wool, textiles, glass and skin. “MOTHER 2014” is an installation where hundreds of small ceramic objects are sewn into a canvas made from polyester foam, piece by piece, like the passing of time, like the infinite prayer of a mother and the memory of daily hope.