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Akira Ikezoe





Akira Ikezoe



b. 1979, Kochi, Japan

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY



Education:

2003

BA, Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan



Solo Exhibitions:

2015

El fin del este coincide con el fin del sur, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City



2012

Drawing, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York City, NY



2010

Repeater, SANAGI FINE ARTS, Tokyo



2009

Ephemeral garden, ESSO Gallery, New York City, NY



2008

Space as Protagonist, ESSO Gallery, New York City, NY



Group Exhibitions:

2016

ARTBO, Proyectos Ultravioleta Booth,Bogota, Columbia



2015

The School of Nature and Principle, at The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space, New York

Instant Vacation, Trestle Project



2014

Material Art Fair, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Mexico City

100 Painters of Tomorrow, Christies Ryder Street Gallery, London

100 Painters of Tomorrow, Beers Contemporary Gallery, London



2013

Play with Nature-Played by Nature, Satoshi Koyama Gallery, Tokyo

18th JAA Art Exhibition of Japanese and Japanese American artists in New York,

The Japanese American Association of New York, New York, NY

Proyectos Ultavioleta, curated by Stefan Benchoam and Emiliano Valdes, at Museo de Arte y Diseno Contemporaneo, San Jose, Costa Rica

Sol Del Rio Arte Contemporanea annual collective show in Guatemala City, Guatemala

Vermont Studio Center Residency Program



2012

AHAF HK, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Tokyo Frontline, Misa Shin Gallery, Tokyo

Citidrift, Brooklyn, NY

Intimate Planet, Bogart Salon, Brooklyn

Kiss The Heart, Isetan Shinjuku, Tokyo



2011

Korea International Art Fair, Misa Shin Gallery, Tokyo

Art Taipei, Misa Shin Gallery, Tokyo

Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair, Misa Shin Gallery, Tokyo

Art Fair Kyoto, Misa Shin Gallery, Tokyo



2010

Future Primitive, Akira Ikezoe + Sawako Tanizawa, MA2 Gallery, Tokyo



2009

Xountach, Gallery Countach, Tokyo, Japan

Things Within, Things Beyond, Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery, Hong Kong

Art Fair Bologna, ESSO Gallery, New York City, NY



2008

GEISAI MUSEUM #2, Tokyo, Japan

Asian Week, Beatrice Chang Contemporary Art Gallery, New York City, NY

Color/ No Color, Onishi Gallery, New York City, NY

Whats so Funny About Peace, Love and Understanding?, ESSO Gallery, New York City, NY



2007

GEISAI MIAMI, Miami, USA



2006

GEISAI #10, Tokyo, Japan



2003

Tama Art University Exhibition of graduation works, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum, Tokyo, Japan



Awards:

2006

Tomio Koyama gallery prize

Naruyama gallery prize



2015

1800 Tequila Prize at ZONA MACO in Mexico City