Born 1974 in Nagoya, Japan; lives and works in Los Angeles, CA

EDUCATION

1999        Master of Fine Arts, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA
1997        Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ringling School of Art and Design, Sarasota, FL

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015        Eleven Rivington, New York, NY
2014        Aiko Hachisuka, The Armory Show, New York, NY
2013        Eleven Rivington, New York, NY
2009        New Work, Sea and Space Exploration, Los Angeles, CA
2001        Junkyard, STORAGE Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016        11R, New York, NYIt/Ego, Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY
                Virginia Commonwealth University, Richard, VA   
                11R, New York, NY
                It/Ego, Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY
2015        Mirror Effect, The Box, Los Angeles, CA
2013        Abstraction (sound and vision), Todd Madigan Gallery, California State University, Bakersfield, CA
2011        7 Sculptors, Brennan & Griffin, New York, NY
2009        Over/Flow: Horror vacui in an age of information abundance, Cerritos College Art Gallery, Norwalk, CA
                Tables and Chairs, D’Amelio Terras Gallery, New York, NY
2002        Core 2002 Exhibition, The Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
                Allyn Gallup Contemporary Art, Sarasota, FL
                Snap, Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, TX
2001        Proper Aesthetic of War, Zero One Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
                Song Poems, Cohan Leslie and Browne, New York, NY; The Light Project, Los Angeles, CA
                Snapshot: New Art From Los Angeles, Hammer Museum, University of California Los Angeles,
                Los Angeles, CA; Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL
                Will Fowler/Aiko Hachisuka, Hot Coco Lab, Venice, CA
2000        The Closet Show, 3424 Council Street, Los Angeles, CA
1999        New World of Susie Wong, Gallery 207, Los Angeles, CA
                Arbitrary Anomalies, Gallery 207, Los Angeles, CA
                No Title, Bradbury Building, Los Angeles, CA
1998        Second Nature, New Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
                i Candy: LA in Flux, Rosamund Felsen Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

FELLOWSHIP

2001        Core artists’ residency program at Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
1996         NY Studio Program, Assoc. of Independent Colleges of Art and Design, New York, NY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2015        Halle, Howard, “Top 5 New York Art Shows This Week: Aiko Hachisuka, Eleven Rivington,” Time Out New York, April 1
                Boucher, Brian, “The 10 Best Contemporary Artworks at the 2015 Armory Show,” artnet.com, March 5
                Bodick, Noelle, “Fiber Art is #Trending at the Armory,” BlouinArtinfo, March 5
                Steinhauer, Jillian, “The 2015 Armory Show in 23 Superlatives,” Hyperallergic, March 4
                Maneker, Marion, “Armory/ADAA Sales Report,” Art Market Monitor, March 6
                Panero, James, “Talking Heads: A Dual Review of the Armory,” Art F City, March 6
2014        Adam, Georgina, “The Art Market: Clare McAndrew’s TEFAF Report,” Financial Times, March 15, p. 20
                Kunitz, Dan, “The Best of Armory,” BlouinArtinfo.com Daily Edition, March 6, pp. 1–2
                “50 Must-See Pieces at the Armory Show 2014,” Complex Magazine, March 6
2013        Smith Roberta, “Art in Review: Aiko Hachisuka,” The New York Times, May 23
                Halle, Howard, “Critics’s Pick: The five best events this week,” Time Out New York, May
2012        Cooper, Dennis, “Aiko Hachisuka,” TAR, Issue 7, Spring, pp. 94–99
                Ray, Charles. “Soft Future.” In John Chamberlain: Choices. New York: Guggenheim Museum Publications, 2012, pp. 41–43
2002        Davenport, Bill, “Core 2002 Exhibition,” Glasstire, April 2
2001        Snapshot: New Art from Los Angeles (exhibition catalogue). Los Angeles: UCLA Hammer Museum
                Subotnick, Ali, “Snapshot: New Art from Los Angeles,” Frieze, issue 62, October, pp. 99–100
                Patterson, Carrie, “Snapshot: New Art from Los Angeles,” Flash Art, vol. 34, no. 219, July–September, p. 69
                Harvey, Doug, “Multiple Exposures,” LA Weekly, June 22–28
                Goodale, Gloria, “Art goes West: Young Artists are packing up their easels and moving to the burgeoning scene in L.A.,”
                The Christian Science Monitor, July 6
1998        Dickerson, Megan, “Snapshot takes raw look at L.A. Culture,” Daily Bruin, July 2
                Lombino, Mary-Kay, “Second Nature at the New Wight Gallery,” Artweek, vol. 29, no. 12, December, pp. 18–19