Yasue Maetake (b. 1973) began her career as a glass artist, first training in Japan and the Czech Republic before settling in New York City, where she now works as a sculpture artist, transforming raw and organic materials into abstract artworks. Maetake actives her deep cultural and historical knowledge, embedding expressions of Japanese Animism, Baroque aesthetics, and industrialization into her material-centered pieces.


Awards and Collection:

Brooklyn Museum, "International Object," New York

New York State Council on the Arts, Grant

The Berezdivin Collection, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Queens Art Museum, New York

Kimball Art Center

Taiwan Design Expo

and many more.