Ai Kijima  (Japanese) 

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Ai Kijima, NEW LOVE PLAN # 17

 

Ai Kijima
NEW LOVE PLAN # 17
Galerie Ernst Hilger
Ai Kijima, NEW LOVE PLAN # 15

 

Ai Kijima
NEW LOVE PLAN # 15
2013

Galerie Ernst Hilger
Ai Kijima, NEW LOVE PLAN # 7

 

Ai Kijima
NEW LOVE PLAN # 7
2013

Galerie Ernst Hilger
Ai Kijima, NEW LOVE PLAN # 4

 

Ai Kijima
NEW LOVE PLAN # 4
2013

Galerie Ernst Hilger
  
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Ai Kijima, It's Your Move

 

Ai Kijima
It's Your Move, 2004
recycled textiles machine quilted laid on board

 

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Ai Kijima, It's your move

 

Ai Kijima
It's your move, 2004
machine quilted recycled textiles laid on board

 

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2002   The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, BFA
2005   The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL, MFA in Fiber and Material Studies
2005   Fellowship competition, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL
2011   2011 Fountainhead Residency, Miami, FL
  Born and raised in Tokyo, Ai is currently residing in Chicago
2012   (Solo) Ai Kijima, The Columns Gallery, Seoul, Korea
(Solo) One Thousand Dreams, Hilger Comtemporary, Vienna, Austria
(Solo) Ai Kijima, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY
(e)merge art fair, Hilger Contemporay, Capitol Sklyline Hotel, Washington D.C.
KIAF(Korea International Art Fair), The Columns Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Pulse Art Fair, Hilger Contemporary, New York, NY
Fairytales, Fantasy and Fear, The Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC
Art Stage Singapore, Hilger Comtemporary, Singapore
2011   (Solo) Nonstop Everywhere, 212 Gallery, Aspen, CO
Fight of Flight, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY
TWOxTWO for AIDS and Art Dallas, Dallas, TX
Art Platform Los Angeles, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Comics Make Art - Art Makes Comics, Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna, Austria
New York Fiber in the 21st century, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
2010   (Solo) Ai Kijima, Hilger Contemporary, Vienna, Austria
Die obskuren Objekte meiner Begierde / The obscure objects of my desire, Hilger Contemporary, Vienna, Austria
Common Jive, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY
2009   Into The Wild, Carol Jazzar Contemporary Art, Miami, FL
Berliner Kunstsalon Art Fair, Kunstraum Richard Sorge, Humboldt Umspannwerk, Berlin, Germany
POP Craft, The Society of Arts and Crafts, Boston, MA
Strich & Faden, Kunstraum Richard Sorge , Berlin, Germany
BEAUTIFUL/DECAY: A TO Z , Kopeikin Gallery, West Hollywood, CA
2008   (Solo) Ai Kijima, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY
Appropos, Edward Day Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Close to You, Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto, Canada (catalogue)
True Grit, McColl Art Center for Visual Arts, Charlotte, NC
The Other Mainstream ll, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ (catalogue)
2007   BAC! 07 BARCELONA INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART FESTIVAL, Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, Spain (Catalogue)
What's In A Vision? presented by the Mint Museum of Craft and Design, SOFA, Chicago, IL
Close to You: contemporary textiles, intimacy and popular culture, Dalhousie Art Gallery Halifax, Canada (Catalogue)
New Works 2007: Celebrating Recent Gifts to RAM, Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI
Lovely Dark and Deep, Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY
2006   (Solo) Fused and Quilted, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York, NY (catalogue)
POP!, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, IL (catalogue)
2005   (Solo) Mediated Pop, Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Mediated Pop, Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Urban renewal, Peter Miller Gallery, Chicago, IL
Material Inquirly, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN
3degrees Art Expo, Zentra nightclub, Chicago, IL
New Cartoons!, Deborah Colton Gallery, Houston, TX
2004   Cake White Palace, Texas Ballroom, Chicago, IL
Feminine Form, Fleur Gallery, Chicago, IL
Crowning Glory, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, IL
Contemporary Fiber, Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA
2003   Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in the Corporate Age, In These Times, Chicago, IL,
SFMOMA Artist Gallery, San Francisco, CA,
Gaea Foundation,Washington, DC
2002   Artwindows, Salvatore Ferragamo, Paul Stuart, Chicago, IL
Clune Construction, Chicago, IL
Fresh: New work/New perspective, American Craft Council Show, Chicago, IL
Nippon Steel USA, Chicago, IL
2001   Fiberart International, Society for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburg, PA
2000   Mood Indigo: Contemporary Quilt, New England Quilt Museum Lowell, MA
Celebrating the spirit: An interfaith exhibition, Convergence 2000, Covington, KY
  University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital, Chicago, IL
  Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI
  The Mint Museum of Craft and Design, Charlotte, NC
2012    Moon So-young, That's more than just an old T-shirt, it's quilt art, Korea Joongang Daily
Art Lounge, Austrian Airline Sklylines magazine
Kronen Zeitung, Austia
Michael Anderson, Ai Kijima@Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Whitehot Magazine
David Pierce, New York Fiber in the 21st Century, Surface Design
2011    Plenty of Fiber In Their Art Diet, New York Daily News
2010    Michael James, The art quilt: A critical perspective, Surface Design, Fall
Art Lounge, Austrian Airline Skylines magazine
2009    BEAUTIFUL/DECAY, Issue Z
American Style, Innovative Quilts, No. 65
Spice Gillespie, Quilting Art, Voyageur Press
2008    Close to You, Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto
The Other Mainstream ll, Arizona State University Art Museum
2007    LA SANTA CULTURA VISUAL, ULTRAMARINOS
Ann Toebbe, BEAUTIFUL/DECAY Issue R
2006    DON'T PANIC, Home issue
Ben Davis, Crazy Quilts, Artnet Magazine (10/13/06)
Dennis Stevens, Japanese MInd, Western Things: The Quilted Textiles of Ai Kijima, Redefining Craft (10/08/06)
2005    Postmodern Quilting (10/7/05), Chicago Reader by Fred Camper
American excess (9/16/05), Chicago Sun-Times by Margaret Hawkins
Art Letter (8/14/05) by Paul Klein
Chicago Life supplement of the Sunday New York Times (8/14/05) by Paul Klein
Art Letter (7/15/05) by Paul Klein
Capsule Reviews (3/3/05), Houston Press
2003    Atomica Magazine, Dissident issue
Lucky Magazine, June Issue
2001    Fiber twists into expression, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette