Aiko Miyawaki

Aiko Miyawaki was born in 1929 in Tokyo where she died in August 2014. Among her one-woman shows we recall here Mikimoto Hall, Tokyo (1981); Gallery Ueda Warehouse, Tokyo (1983); Nishida Gallery, Nara (1984); Galerie Hosun, Tokyo (1985); Staempfli Gallery, New York (1986); Galerie Saint-Guillaume, Tokyo (1990); Galerie Art Défense, Paris (1990); Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris (1990); Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona (1991); Galleria Saka, Tokyo (1993); Palac Sztuki, Krakow (1994); Hara Museum of Art, Tokyo (1996); Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura (1998); Museum Haus Kasuya, Tokyo (2006).
Among her permanent public works we recall those at the, Nagi, Okayama; Hakone Open-Air Museum; Biwako Ohashi Sculpture Plaza, Shiga; Museum of Contemporary Art, Gunma; Plaza Tower and Town Center, Costa Mesa, California (www.segerstrommedialab.com); Anella Olimpica, Barcelona; the Esplanande at La Défence, Paris. In 1994 she opened a series of art pieces at the new Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art, designed by her husband Arata Isozaki.