An exhibition of paintings together with fashion artworks was held at Mus?e des Arts D?coratifs, Paris.
Koshino participated in the Paris Collection and displayed calligraphy and paintings at Cit? de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine. This exhibition also featured designs from the collection created by transforming Koshino’s paintings into textiles. Visitors were able to appreciate Hiroko Koshino’s work from various angles by viewing the original paintings, the textiles created from the paintings, and the final collection designs.
An exhibition of paintings, ink images, ink paintings and calligraphy was held at the invitation of Fudenosato Kobo in Kumano-cho, Aki-gun, Hiroshima, which is famous for its ink brushes.
Paintings and calligraphy works were exhibited at Yamakataya Bunka Hall in Kagoshima.
Paintings with a lotus motif were exhibited at the Civic Art Gallery of the Mimei Ogawa Literature Museum for the duration of the Lotus Festival in Joetsu City.
The ARTCOURT Gallery in Osaka highlighted Koshino as an artist and organized an exhibition of calligraphy, ink images, and paintings.
An exhibition consisting of ink paintings, calligraphy, paintings and fashion artworks was held under the organization of the Ashiya City Museum of Art & History.
An exhibition of paintings, calligraphy and ink paintings was held at Kintetsu Art Hall in Osaka.
Artworks consisting mainly of ink paintings were exhibited.
An exhibition of calligraphy and ink paintings was held at the Kintetsu Art-Kan in Osaka