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Chiho Aoshima

Born in: 1974 Japan

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Chiho Aoshima

Chiho Aoshima was born in 1974 in Tokyo. She graduated from Hosei University with a degree in economics but has enjoyed an impressive artistic career within the famous Kakai Kiki collective, founded by Takashi Murakami.

Her artistic world often makes reference to mangas and Japanese animated films. Human-like buildings, endless vines, human landscapes: so many elements which all create a dream world, devoid of suffering. Chiho Aoshima depicts a world which we can’t see, which varies from colourful to childish and even futuristic, so that it blends with nature and confronts existential anguish.

She uses very modern techniques to create her artwork. She scans her sketches, works on them using Illustrator, prints her work out in large format and then takes the time to change the textures. Sometimes she brings these figures to life in animated videos.

Her artwork has been shown several times, at the Contemporary Art Museum in Lyon in 2006, at the Perrotin gallery in Paris in 2007 and at the Juan Miro Foundation in Barcelona in 2008.
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Our recommendations Chiho Aoshima, Mushroom Room, Print

Chiho Aoshima

Mushroom Room, 2000
29.9 x 23.6 inch


Our recommendations Chiho Aoshima, Hot Spring, Print

Chiho Aoshima

Hot Spring, 2005
26.8 x 26.8 inch


Chiho Aoshima, Building Head Chameleon, Print

Chiho Aoshima

Building Head Chameleon, 2006
24.2 x 29.1 inch


Our recommendations Chiho Aoshima, Divine Gas Ed 22, Print

Chiho Aoshima

Divine Gas Ed 22, 2006
22 x 33.1 inch

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