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Kaoru Arima





Kaoru Arima
b. 1969, Aichi, Japan
Lives and works in Chiba, Japan

Education:
1990
B.F.A. from Nagoya Zoukei Junior College, Product Design Department Work

Solo Exhibitions:

2019
FAUST IN MARIENBAD by Paris 2019, Édouard Montassut, Paris

2018
To See, Queer Thoughts, New York

2015
Face of a Human, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo

2013
Frieze Fair New York, Misako & Rosen
And Then, Queer Thoughts Gallery, Chicago, IL

2012
We are all Monsters Living Together in a Ghost Town, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo

2010
Natural Freedom, Zenshi Gallery, Tokyo

2009
In the Lotus Root, ZENSHI, Tokyo, Japan

2008
Veranda Serenade of the System, Art Drug Center, Mito, Japan

2007
Inside is in, Outside is out and Swallowed it, Art Drug Center, Mito, Japan

2006
Vision literary criticism, Gallery Honjyo, Tokyo, Japan
The move of Drawing man, in the fifth part of the series of the Exhibition entitled The Man Who Dwells in Kiwamari House, Japan

2005
Arima Kaoru exhibition, GALERIE DENNIS KIMMERICH, Dusseldorf, Germany
Arima Kaoru exhibition, Extraspazio, Roma, Italy

2004
Arima Kaoru exhibition, Gallery Cellar, Nagoya
Arima Kaoru exhibition, Gallery Honjyo, Tokyo, Japan

2003
Arima Kaoru exhibition, Watari-um Museum, Tokyo, Japan

2001
Appreciation and Hidden Beauty, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan

2000
Souvenirs of My Adventure, Fukugan Gallery, Osaka, Japan

1999
Believing and Searching, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan

1998
Art Dracula, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan

1997
The Divine Life, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan

1996
Strange Life, in the fourth part of the series of the Exhibition entitled The Man Who Dwells in Kiwamari House, Westbeth Gallery Kozuka, Nagoya, Japan

1995
Continuous Quotidian, the third part of the series of the Exhibition entitled The Man Who Dwells in Kiwamari House, Westbeth Gallery Kozuka, Nagoya, Japan

1994
Neo Giga, the second part of the series of the Exhibition entitled The Man Who Dwells in Kiwamari House, Westbeth Gallery, Nagoya, Japan

1993
Here He Comes, the first part of the series of the Exhibition entitled The Man Who Dwells in Kiwamari House, Westbeth Gallery, Nagoya, Japan


Group Exhibitions:

2019
Re-born Art Festival 2019, Miyagi

2015
Im Sorry Please Talk More Slowly, Hikarie Contemporary Art Eye Vol. 1, Shibuya Hikarie 8, Cube 1, 2, 3, Tokyo

2012
September, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo

2011
Happy Mind, Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
Family Affair, XYZ Collective, Tokyo

2010
Lucky Fortune, ZENSHI, Tokyo
AICHI Art no Mori (Horikawa Project), Naogya, Japan
Chocolats del Toro Fuchu, Loophole, Tokyo

2009
Pulp Fictions, Papierarbeiten, Ferenbalm, Gurbru Station, Karlsruhe, Germany

2008
7th Gwangju Biennale, Korea
Cafe in Mito 2008, Mito, Japan

2007
Paper Trail, A Decade of Acquisitions, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA
The Age of Micropop: The New Generation of Japanese Artists, AER TOWER MITO Contemporary Art Gallery, Mito, Japan

2005
WITH OUT ART DRUG OR, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan

2004
54TH CARNEGIE INTERNATIONAL, CARNEGIE MUSEUM OF ART, Pittsburgh, USA
Galerie Catherine Bastide, Brussele, Bergin
DESSINS ET DES AUTRES, GALERIE ANNE DE VILLEPOIX, Paris, France
Blind Pilots, The Proposition, New York, USA
Psionic Distortion, Super Deluxe, Tokyo

2003
KAGEKI METONYMICS, LINC REAL ART, San Francisco, USA
How Latitudes Become Forms, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, USA (Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaubengo Per L Arte, Turin, Italy / Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, USA / Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico / MUSEO DE ARTE CONTEMPORANEO DE MONTERREY, Mexico)

2002
Beautiful art life, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan
KAGEKI METONYMICS, STEFAN STUX GALLERY, New York, USA

2001
TRANSIT, Laforet Harajuku, Kokura, Japan

2000
Sparrow Style, Gallery Caption, Gifu Prefecture, Japan

1998
Lets Go to the Living Room, Watari-um Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Art Rape 1998, Art Drug Center, Inuyama, Japan

1997
Rabbit Pen Institute, Westbeth Gallery Kozuka, Nagoya, Japan
Six Artists, Westbeth Gallery Kozuka, Nagoya, Japan

1995
New Birth, Nagoya Municipal Gallery, Japan
The Long Night at Sloe Bull House, Iwata-senshinkan Gallery, Inuyama, Japan

1994
Wemnptemptem 143, Canovan Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
Art Wave 94, Nagoya NHK Center Building, Nagoya, Japan

Public Collections:
Walker Art Center, Mineapolis, USA
Watari-um Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Iwata-senshinkan Gallery, Inuyama, Japan