Bio / CV


Maho Donowaki(b.1994, Japan) is a multidisciplinary artist mainly working with sculptures and video. Her work investigates the ways internal conflicts and external conflicts relate to one another. Through the use of body and food in her work, she focuses of the forms of oppression and power dynamics.
Her most recent group exhibition was held online at Tutu Gallery(Brooklyn, New York). She has been featured with other artists on Oyedrum Magazine(online). She has received her BFA from Tama Art University(Tokyo, Japan) in 2017. Maho is currently enrolled in the MFA Fine Arts program with a scholarship at School of Visual Arts(New York, NY).


Born 1994, Tokyo, Japan
Lives and Works in Manhattan, New York
2021 MFA School of Visual Arts (New York, NY)
2017 BFA Tama Art University (Tokyo, Japan)

2020 “The Hitchhiker's Guide to Staying Afloat"(Online Group Exhibition)
Tutu Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2019 “& a pause, & a rose"(Group), CP Projects Space, New York, NY
2019 “HUNGRY”(Group), The Flat NYC, New York, NY
2017 “HERE”(Group), Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Yokohama, Japan
2016 “Sel”(Group), AXIS Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2013 “Everyone Goes By”(Group), Design Festa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2017 Thesis Exhibition Award

2020 OyeDrum, "OyeDrum Magazine", Issue 1, March 12, 2020