Artists

photo: Yuuko Konagai

YAMAGUCHI Ai

1977 Born in Tokyo, Japan


Lives and works in Tokyo, Japan


 


Education:


1995 Entered Joshibi University of Art and Design, Department of Design and Crafts (Concentration in Textile Weaving)


1999 Established the group “ninyu works”


Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2017


“Resident Artist Project vol.1 Ai Yamaguchi”, Yuki Hayama Studio, Saga


“Curator’s Selection #2 AI YAMAGUCHI”, Joshibi Galleria nike, Tokyo


 


2014


“shinchishirin”, Joshua Liner Gallery, New York, U.S.A.


 


2012


“hoshi”, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


“ai yamaguchi×PIP&POP: UTAKATA TAYUTAU -the blinking of an eye-“, Spiral Garden, Tokyo


“ashita mata”, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong


“yorokobi”, NADi modern, Tokyo, Japan


 


2011


“kumogakure”, Aki Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan


 


2010


“hogarahogara”, NADiff Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


“kiyu”, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


 


2008


“hana wa no ni aruyouni”, Robert & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


 


2007


“Yama, haruru” Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


 


2006


“E no e : Pictures of Pictures” GR2, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


 


2004


“Oyasumi” Shaheen Modern & Contemporary Art, Cleveland, U.S.A.


“Haru no yukue” Mizuho Oshiro Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan


“Hana mite kurasu haru” NADiff, Tokyo, Japan (traveled to NADiff bis, Miyagi, Japan)


 


2003


“Sukutoko” Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


“Hanabukuro” Viewing Room yoyogi/garage, Tokyo, Japan


 


2002


“Kinuginu” Gallery Eve, Tokyo, Japan


“Ai Yamaguchi” Giant Robot Store, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


“Ai Yamaguchi” Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, U.S.A.


 


2001


“Ominaeshi” NADiff bis, Miyagi, Japan


“Shoumonraifuku” SHIBUYA SEIBU ART GALLERY, Tokyo, Japan


 


2000


“Haru ni shirarenu hana” NADiff, Tokyo, Japan


“Mokomoko no tsuki” NADiff, Tokyo, Japan


“Kamuro” Salon Sui, Ishikawa, Japan


Group Exhibitions

2017


“Cool Japan – worldwide fascination in focus”, Museum Volkenkunde, Leiden, Holland


“IMPACTS! II”, Gallery Ohrin, Ibaraki


 


2016


“IMPACTS!”, Gallery Ohrin, Ibaraki


 


2015


“Giant Robot Biennale 4”, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angels, U.S.A.


“Prints & Originals”, Gallery SPEAK FOR, Tokyo


 


2014


“IMPACTS!”, ZANE BENNETT Contemporary Art, Santa Fe, U.S.A.


“The Grand Kojiki Exhibition – Feelings and words hand red down from past generations to the future”, Nara Prefectural Museum of Art


“Conversations through the Asian collections”, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia


 


2013


“Ukiyo-e POP – Pop Culture from Edo to Today”, Shizuoka City Tokaido Hiroshige Museum of Art, Japan


“Wonderful My Art – The Artist of the Takahashi Collection”, Kawaguchiko Museum of Art, Yamanashi, Japan


“Crossover”, AKI Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan


“LOOK EAST! 2 – Asian Perspectives”, Mizuma Gallery, Singapore


 


2012


“ZIPANGU : The Surge of Japanese Contemporary Art”, The Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum, Japan (travelling to Takasaki Museum of Art, Gunma / Hachinohe City Museum of Art, Aomori / Akita Museum of Modern Art, Japan, 2013)


“Kamisaka Sekka – dawn of modern Japanese design”, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Austraria


 


2011


“ZIPANGU – 31 spirited artists cutting through new territories of Japanese contemporary art”, Takashimaya Nihonbashi,Tokyo (travelled to Takashimaya Osaka, Takashimaya Kyoto, Japan)


 


2009


“November Steps -Susan Phillipsz & Gallery Artists-“, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


 


2008


“Macrocosm”, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


“Off the Rails”, Mizuma and One Gallery, Beijing, China


 


2006


“DO NOT STACK” Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


“2006 Group show” Mizuho Oshiro Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan


“Fiction@Love” Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai, China (traveled to Singapore Art Museum, Singapore)


 


2005


“take art collection 2005”, Spiral Garden, Tokyo, Japan


“Untitled” Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


“A -lunch” AXIS Gallery ANNEX, Tokyo, Japan


 


2004


“EYE OF THE NEEDLE” Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


“Fiction. Love-Ultra New Vision in Contemporary Art” Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan


“OFFICINA ASIA” Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy


 


2003


“Still Waters”, Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, U.S.A.


 


2002


“Kageki Metonymics”, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, U.S.A.


Public Collection

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia