Press

7/2016

“PAAM Announces 2016 Recipients of Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Foundation Grant”, Provincetown Art Association and Museum website

10/2015

“10 local artist named Brother Thomas Fellows” by Malcolm Gay, The Boston Globe, 10/22/2015

7/2015

“Masako Kamiya: New Paintings” by Shawn Hill, Art New England, Vol. 36, Issue 4,
July-August/2015

2/2015

“Connecting the Dots” by Michelle Marino, Boston Home Magazine, Spring 2015

10/2013

“Synthesis enthralls” by Keith Powers, Cape Ann Currents 10/4/2013

10/2012

“Surprises in common” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe 10/16/2012

7/2011

“Paintings, drawings, and the in between” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe,
7/13/ 2011

4/2011

“Studio Views: Masako Kamiya”, Massachusetts Cultural Council website, 4/21/2011

4/2010

“Variations on space, depth, shadow” Danforth exhibits serve as primer on abstraction by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 4/18/ 2010

4/2010

“Abstract emotions on view in Danforth exhibit (with video)” by Chris Bergeron The Metro West Daily News, 4/1/ 2010

1/2009

“Line Dance” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 1/28/ 2009

1/2009

“Out of line @Newton’s New Art Center” by Chris Bergeron, The Metro West Daily News, 1/25/ 2009

9/2007

“Minimal Austerity Hides Raw Passion” by Shawn Hill, BerkshireFineArts.com

9/2007

“Dot Matrix” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 9/20/2007

3/2006

“Making A Scene” by Steve Jermanok, The Boston Globe Magazine, 3/19/2006

7/2005

“Summer flings Newbury Street delivers” by Christopher Millis

7/2005

“Ambitious and engaging show makes art of community” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 7/8/2005

4/2005

“Mass Culture: Masako Kamiya New Paintings” by Charles Giuliano, Big Red Shiny: An Online Journal for Boston, 4/22/2005

4/2005

“Dotting the eye” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 4/8/2005

3/2005

New American Paintings Vol. 56
3 paintings, bio and artist statement published in the catalogue

7/2004

“His Focus on the human condition is anything but abstract” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 7/9/2004

7/2004

“Refreshing Paintings” by Scott Ruescher, ArtsEditor, 7/1/2004

6/2004

“Masako Kamiya: On Paper” by Shawn Hill, arts MEDIA, summer 2004

6/2004

“Yankee Ambition” by Steve Jermanok, Art & Antiques, Vol. XXVII No. 6

8/2003

“The Best of Boston”, Boston Magazine

7/2003

“Connecting the Dots” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe

6/2003

“Masako Kamiya: Paintings” by Shawn Hill, Art New England, Vol. 24, Issue 41, June-July/2003

3/2003

“Three solid shows under one South End roof—Process oriented” by Cate McQuaid,The Boston Globe, 3/14/2003

3/2003

New American Paintings, Vol. 44
3 paintings, bio and artist statement published in the catalogue

2/2003

“Final Print: Local Abstraction” by Brigid Watson, South End News, 2/20/2003

2/2003

“Powerful Quietude” by Michael Cochran, arts MEDIA, Vol. 7, No. 31

2/2003

“Dotted with color” by Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe, 2/14/2003

2/2003

“Dot, Dot, Dot”, Maverick Arts Boston’s Visual Artsletter by Charles Giuliano, Issue No. 91, 2/7/2003

11/2002

“Masako Kamiya at Kingston and HallSpace” by Ann Wilson Lloyd, Art in America, 11/2002

6/2002

“Masako Kamiya at HallSpace” by Shawn Hill, Arts MEDIA, Summer 2002

6/2002

“Remembrances of exhibits past” by Shawn Hill, Baywindows Arts Plus, Vol. 20, No. 28

1/2002

“Back to the drawing board”, The Boston Globe, 1/18/2002

1/2002

“What’s in a name?” by Christopher Millis, Arts The Boston Phoenix, 1/11/2002

1/2002

“Drawing Attention” by Joanne Silver, Boston Herald, 1/4/2002

12/2001

“Bill Arning Creates Annual Drawing Show”, Maverick Arts Boston’s Visual Artsletter by Charles Giuliano, Issue No. 45, 12/16/2001

10/2000

“Wave and Heritage/ Light and Leverage” by Charles Long, Beacon Hill/ Back Bay Chronicle, 10/24/ 2000