Noriko Ambe

Best known for her works involving meticulous cutting and layering of hundreds of pieces of white paper, Noriko Ambe creates sculptural landscapes that evoke a subtle feeling of loss and detachment. Pierogi presented the first New York, one-person exhibition of Ambe’s work, mapping the mysterious land between physical and emotional geography. Ambe’s second solo exhibition in New York was with the Josee Bienvenu Gallery, named “Flat Globe.” Her most recent exhibition was with Forces of Nature, with the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art in Charleston, SC a unique exhibition between seven institutions in North and South Carolina and ten contemporary Japanese artists. Ambe studied in Japan and received her degree from Musashino Art University, Tokyo.