Tomoko Negishi, "Reminder", 2000, instillation of four C-prints, concrete, and garden pebbles.

Tomoko Negishi, “Reminder”, 2000, instillation of four C-prints, concrete, and garden pebbles.

Tomoko Negishi

Tomoko Negishi received her BFA in photography from the Art Institute of Boston in 2000 and was awarded a California Arts Council Artists in Residency grant in 2001. She has exhibited in California at the Japanese Cultural COmmunity Center of Northern California, the Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland, and Exploratorium; and in Massachusetts at the Gallery of Social and Political Art, the Art Institute of Boston, the Harriet Tubman Gallery, and the Cambridge Multi-Cultural Arts Center. Additionally she has served as a teaching assistant at the Ansel Adams Center for Photography, the Art Institute of Boston, and the San Quentin State Prison Education Program. She was a public art assistant at the Revolving Museum in Boston and an immigration history documents translator at the University of California at Berkeley.