Friday, January 5, 2018


Postcards from the Edge 2018 is only a few weeks away! 
January 19-21, 2018 | Gallery 524 | 524 West 26th St.
January 19, 6-8PM - Preview Party
January 20, 10AM-6PM - Benefit Sale
January 21, 12-4PM - Benefit Sale - Buy 2 get 1 FREE!

Want to see all of the wonderful postcard artworks installed together before they start selling? Want to bid on great raffle prizes like the first pick of an artwork or one of the first few places in line on Saturday morning? There's only one way - attend the Postcards from the Edge 2018 Preview Party.

VIP Tickets, $100 - purchase here!

A VIP Ticket secures you access to the party beginning at 5pm, one hour before crowds arrive.

Saturday, January 20 from 10AM to 6PM

Sunday, January 21 from 12PM to 4PM
Sunday Special - Buy 2 artworks, Get 1 Free

Postcard-sized artworks will sell for $85 each.
Admission to the sale is free, with a suggested donation of $5 at the door.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Ten best NYC art exhibits of 2017

Pleasae check this article out of "Time Out New York" on December 20, 2017.

Click here to visit the article:
Ten best NYC art exhibits of 2017

Check out our picks for the ten best art exhibitions of 2017 at New York City's top art museums and galleries   

Monday, December 4, 2017

WBAI Art Auction re-opens

Dear All,
WBAI’s fundraising art auction has now re-opened, just in time for your Holiday shopping. There is so much wonderful artwork available, and the prices are so attractive. Your gift of art this season would bring smiles to the faces of all concerned. You can’t go wrong!
Please join me in supporting the station’s vital progressive voice.

The Catalog here:

Okada's page here:


Saturday, November 18, 2017

PROJECT: POSTCARD 2017 at New Mexico State University

Please join us if you in the area New Mexico State, come to see Okada's new piece (size: 5" x 7") on the PROJECT: POSTCARD 2017!

EXHIBIT: November 27-30, 2017, University Art Gallery, D.W. Williams Hall, NMSU.

GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday Saturday, 10 AM 4 PM (The Gallery will be open on Monday, November 27 to allow for early access to view the postcard exhibition).

POSTCARD SALE: Thursday, November 30, 2017, 5:30 PM 7:30 PM.

POSTCARD TICKETS: $40 each, available at NMSU Department of Art, D.W. Williams Hall, Room 100A and the Cutter Gallery located at the corner of University Ave. and El Paso (each ticket entitles the bearer to select one artwork during the November 30 event).

LOCATION: The University Art Gallery is located in D.W. Williams Hall, near the intersection of University and Solano Avenues in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

More Info Visit:



The 4th biannual Project: Postcard exhibit and fundraiser will be presented from November 26-30, 2017 by the NMSU Department of Art and the University Art Gallery in D.W. Williams Hall on the NMSU campus. Postcard-sized artwork created and donated by alumni, faculty, and students, as well as regional, national and international artists will be exhibited and offered for sale.

The exhibit will run from November 27 through November 30 in the University Art Gallery, culminating with the art sale on Thursday, November 30 from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM. Event tickets are $40 per person and entitle the ticket holder to one artwork for each ticket purchased. Tickets can be purchased at the Department of Art, Room 100A in D.W. Williams Hall on the NMSU campus and the Cutter Gallery located on the corner of University Ave. and El Paseo in Las Cruces NM.

Proceeds from Project: Postcard 2017 will support the Department of Art’s educational mission to provide an environment that facilitates collaboration and interdisciplinary crossover while fostering innovation, creativity, experimentation, and technical expertise. The funds raised through Project: Postcard 2017 will be used to support the replacement of D.W. Williams Hall new art building which will provide an innovative and new space to support the needs of both the Department of Art and the University Art Gallery.

Project: Postcard 2017 is sponsored by the Devasthali Family Foundation Fund, a fund in the Community Foundation of Southern, New Mexico. For more information about Project: Postcard, please visit: or Facebook: Project Postcard New Mexico State University.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

article: improvised life 11.14.17 issue

Please check this article out! It is mention about Okada's piece a little. And please join us for the public reception and exhibition November 16th 6-9pm at Chesterfield Gallery, 109 Norfolk St. @ Delancey (F/J/M/Z train to Delancey St.).
Click here the article

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

WBAI Radio Benefit Art Auction and Exhibition

Please join us at the exhibition and check out Okada's piece. Click below link and find the catalog of Works on Paper.
Online at

Group Show
WBAI Radio Benefit Art Auction
Online at
Curated by: Jim Wintner

Chesterfield Gallery
109 Norfolk St.
New York, NY 10002

Join us at the art exhibit and live auction that will take place on:
Thursday, Nov. 16th, 6-9pm, at the Chesterfield Gallery, 109 Norfolk St. in LES, NYC.

A distinguished group of artists in many media have joined together to support WBAI Radio (99.5 FM in NYC). WBAI is New York City's most beloved and respected voice for progressive art, culture and politics. This benefit is raising money for the capital fund that will finance the creation of new and expanded studios and offices.
The auction is previewing online beginning November 1, and online bidding will open on November 2. Final bids (absentee and buy-now bids will be accepted) at Chesterfield Gallery (109 Norfolk St. New York, NY 10002) 6-9pm on November 16.
Admission to event is free and open to the public.

To Preview, purchase or bid:

Thursday, July 20, 2017


Okada's small piece is exhibiting in the 1st Venice International Mail Art Biennial since the 17th of June to the 10th August 2017 at the historical Palazzo Zenobio, Venice, Italy. Here it is painted silver dots on the double doors open.

Installation view   Click here the link

Saturday, June 3, 2017

The 2017 Whitney Biennial

Check it out! Can you find my piece? There is one of my work's image on the picture at the museum.

Here is the link:

From installations to video-game design, these artists propose new ways to see the world.

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014
(212) 570-3600

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Whitney Biennial 2017

Always prompting discussion and debate, the Biennial is an exhibition not to be missed! Catch it through Sunday, June 11, and experience what's happening now in American art—from painting and installation to activism and video-game design.

Okada's work installation view

Whitney Museum of American Art
99 Gansevoort Street New York, NY 10014

Friday, May 19, 2017

Opening Reception on Thursday, May 25, 2017 from 6-8pm

Wish You Were Here 16
A.I.R. Gallery's Annual Postcard Show


A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to present Wish You Were Here 16, on view in the Entry Gallery from May 25 - June 25, 2017. This inclusive exhibition both makes affordable artwork available to the public and raises valuable funds for A.I.R. programs. Past Wish You Were Here exhibitions have included work by notable artists like Mary Beth Edelson, Dottie Attie, Mary Grigoriadis, and Barbara Zucker. 
Wish You Were Here 16 exhibits original works by more than 350 artists. The 4” x 6” artworks were created and donated by A.I.R. Gallery artists, and hundreds of national and international artists from as far away as .the Netherlands, Spain, Denmark, Japan, Brazil, and China. These cards vary widely in style and media and encompass a broad spectrum of themes. Each card is signed and dated, some with a message on the back from the artist to the collector. All artworks are priced at $45 per piece. Cash & carry!
The proceeds from this exhibition of postcard-sized works benefit the A.I.R. Fellowship Program for Emerging and Underrepresented Artists and other programs that serve A.I.R.’s mission to advance the status of women in the arts.

A.I.R. Gallery was founded in 1972 as the first artist-run, not for profit art gallery for women artists in the United States. A.I.R. Gallery would like to thank all the artists who made this exhibition possible through their generous donations!

ARTISTS: Hyun Jung Ahn, Katelyn Alain, Rosaire Appel, Nancy Azara, Nancy B, Nick Battis, Ria Bauwens, Susan Bee, Sigal Ben-David, Kathleen Benton, Cynthia Bickley-Green, MJ Bono, Patricia Bouley, Sílvia Boyer, Daniel Boyer, Peter Brandt, Claire Breidenbach, Lisa Breznak, Daniel Brooking, Ly Bui, Nicole Bull, Sally Christensen-Novak, Ray Ciarrocchi, Annemarie Coffey, Ginger Cook, JF COOK, Leah Miriam Cooper, Lisa Cooperman, Tamsin Corrigan, Mary Crenshaw, KaiCruz Jimenez, Ivy Dachman, Elke Daemmrich, Faith Damm, Jessica Davies, Mira Dayal, Jasmine Dillavou, Maria Dimanshtein, Julia Dubovyk, Natalie Dunham, Patricia Erbelding, Donna Faranda, Amy Faris, Melanie Fay, Natasha Ferla, Arlene Finger, Emily Fleischman, Francine Fox, Mia Gahrmann, Colleen Gahrmann, Jill Galarneau, Heather Gallagher, Silvia Gallart,  Andrea Geller, Rosemary Giacomelli Soares, Skye Gilkerson, Jane Gilmor, Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin, Laura Glabman, Amy Goldin, Mim Golub, Diana Gong, Michela Griffo, Cheryl Gross, Jiin Ha, Nanako Hattori, Adella Helton, Julie Henry, Maxine Henryson, Nancy Herman, Amanda Hernandez, Sue Hettmansperger, Antoni Hidalgo, Irena Hodzic, Alexandria Hovet, Cynthia Hsieh, Etian Huang, Shanye Huang, Suejin Jo, Gosha Karpowicz, Akiko Kato, Margaryta Kenis, Sarah Kennedy, Leslie Kerby, Young Ji Kim, Aaron Kirchmaier, Milosz Koziej, Varka Kozlovic, Carole Kunstadt, Yuko Kyutoku, Ron Lambert, Heidi Lanino Bilezikian, Ivana Larrosa, Susan Lasch Krevitt, Isabelle Lauzon Miltioux, Cendres Lavy, Hayoon Jay Lee, Soo Jeong Lee, Linda Levit, Nina Lichtman, Dain Lim, Christophe Lima, Laura Lleal, Judy Logan, Valeria Lombo, Gina Lucia, Rita Maas, Alejandro Macias, Janet Mahoney, Samantha Malay, Christa Malay, Lawrence Malu, Victoria Manganiello, Anna Martin, Mary Mattingly, Laura McAdams, Danielle Mckinney, Erica Meium, Caterina Miani, Wendy Miller, Sue Miller, Jamie Mirabella, Hyungjo Moon, Zea Morvitz, Willemina Mostert, Janice Schoultz Mudd, David Nicolato, Marie Odenstrand, Lisa O'Donnell, Katsura Okada, Mami Okada, Yukako Okudaira, Mary Alice Orito, Brian Ortmann, Kei Ota, Andre Pace, Diana Palermo, Jordan Parks, Jill Parry, Genevieve Paterson, Joey Patrickt, Jan Paulatto, Page Perrault, Camille Perrottet, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, Stephanie Pfeiffer, Chris Phillips, IrenePomianowski, Cait Porter, Mel Prest, Jennifer Prevatt, Nancy Price, Daniela Puliti, Kathleen Reichelt, Maryann Riker, Helena Rios, Lola Saenz, Rihomi Sato, Rachel Scharly, Lionel Scharly, Federico Schiaffino, Lique Schoot, Victoria Schultz, Lars Schumacher, Yesuk Seo, Shamsy Shams, Shicoff Shicoff, Alessandra Sicuro, Wendy Sittner, Karen Smith, Brian Spies, Les St. Leon, Alex Strada, Elissa Swanger, Maria Tanikawa, Kim Taylor, Merle Temkin, KEat Teoh, April Terry-Griffith, Robin Tewes, Rhonda Thomas-Urdang, Vicky Tomayko, Eliso Tsintsabadze, Daniel Valentin, Juliana Vallejo, Linnette Vázquez, Norma Vila, Heather Weathers, Dawson Weber, Adi Wiedersheim, Evan Williams, Nechama Winston, Ruth Wolf, Mariana Carolina Wuethrich, Tamara Wyndham, Bert Yarborough, Janise Yntema, Mineko Yoshida, Jody Zellen, Abby Zonies

*The gallery will be closed Saturday and Sunday for Memorial Day weekend.

A.I.R. Gallery   |   155 Plymouth Street   |   Brooklyn NY   |   (212) 255 6651   |   |   Wed-Sun 12-6pm