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Koichi Yamamoto in Italy

Koichi Yamamoto, Associate Professor of Art is one of only three artists working in the United States selected for Premio Leonardo Sciascia E’stampes, an international exhibition of intaglio prints that will tour through Italy over the next year. The first stage of the exhibition will take place in Palermo opening January 30th, and will continue to galleries in Florence, Ancona, Venice, and Milan through February 2016.   The 29 artists in this exhibition come from France, Australia, Belgium, Poland, China, Holland, Canada, Greece, Japan, Belarus, Italy and the United States. Yamamoto has taught at the University since 2007, and his prints are in the collections of University of Hawaii at Hilo; the Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Graphic Center in the Portland Art Museum; and the University of Alberta Museum and Collection, Edmonton, Canada. Yamamoto earned tenure at Utah State University (2000-2006) and taught at the University of Delaware (2006-2007) before coming to UTK. His work may be viewed at:

Yamamoto in Italy

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