Chiho Aoshima

Chiho Aoshima, born in 1974 in Tokyo, is a Japanese artist, and a member of Takashi Murakami's Kaikai Kiki studio. Aoshima received a degree in Economics from Hosei University in Tokyo. Aoshima is best known for her computer-generated dreamy worlds of ghosts, demons, schoolgirls, and exquisite natural landscapes. In 2004, she was invited to participate in the 54th Carnegie International at the Carnegie Musuem of Art, Pittsburg. In 2005, her City Glow Series was displayed in an exhibition in the Gloucester Road tube station in London and the 14th Street - Union Square subway station in New York City. In 2006, she received a residency at Art Pace, San Antonio, Texas. Her work has been exhibited at Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, and Lyon Contemporary Art Museum.

Chiho Aoshima is featured in Sanbusaku 2 三部作

Homage to Max Klinger (Huldigung ("Oath") from Paraphrase über den Fund eines Handschuhs ("Paraphrase from the finding of a glove"), (2008)
Akane (2008)
City Glow, (2005)
Japanese Apricot 3 - A pink dream, (2007)
The Divine Gas, (2006)
Title not determinated (Botan version 2), (2008)
The Fountain of the Skull, (2007)