Languages: English • 日本語
Institute for Anthropology of Art and Design, Research Member, Tama Art University
Professor of Art Studies, Faculty of Art and Design, Tama Art University
Born in Tokyo in 1968, Momo Kanazawa was raised in India and educated in the UK, completing doctoral courses at the Graduate School of Science and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo. She started as an associate professor at the Faculty of Letters of Tokai University in 2009, and from 2014 to 2020 she was a full professor at the same university. Since 2020, she has been a professor at the Department of Art, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tama Art University. Her major books include The Romanesque World: Reading Girona’s Embroidery Cloth for the Creation of Heaven and Earth (Tokyo University Press, Kinji Shimada Memorial Prize), Romanesque Art Revolution (Shinchosha, 38th Suntory Prize for Social Sciences), Italian pilgrimage: Sicily to Naples (Shinchosha), and others. Her Romanesque art travelogues of Spain, Switzerland, Russia, and elsewhere are being serialized in Kogei-Seika (Shinchosha).
Italian pilgrimage: Sicily to Naples (co-authored, Shinchosha, 2018)
Romanesque Art Revolution (Shinchosha, 2015)
The Romanesque World: Reading Girona’s Embroidery Cloth for the Creation of Heaven and Earth (Tokyo University Press, 2008)