About

山口暁子 Akiko Yamaguchi

1974   Born in Tokyo, Japan

1997   Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of                             Japanese Painting, awarded Salon de Printemps Prize

1999   M.F.A. Tokyo University of the Arts, awarded the Shiho Prize

Solo Exhibition

2003   Lespoir Exhibition, Surugadai Gallery, Ginza, Tokyo

2005   Gallery Art Morimoto

2007   Gallery Art Morimoto

2009   Gallery Art Morimoto

2013   Gallery Art Morimoto

2015   Gallery Art Morimoto

2016   Fukuyama Tenmaya, Hiroshima Tenmaya

2017   Okayama Tenmaya

           Gallery Art Morimoto

2018   Toho Art

2019   Kyoto Takashimaya, Hiroshima Tenmaya

Group Exhibition

2003   Message for Peace, Sato Art Museum, Tokyo

2006   "Glimmering Stars" (Ginza Surugadai Gallery, '07, '10, '11)

2008   The 7th Tatehiko Suga Grand Prize Exhibition (Kurayoshi Museum                   and others)

2009   Kumoma no Kai (Ishikawa Gallery)

           Society of the gentle breeze (Fujiya Gallery)

2010   Glamorous (Nihonbashi Takashimaya, etc.)

2011   Taito City Mayor's Prize Collection Exhibition (The University Art                     Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts)

           DIVA (Toho Art and others)

      Fuka Uta no Kai (Fujii Gallery)

2012   Trentenne Exhibition (Onward Gallery, '13)

2013   The First Sakurahana Award Exhibition (Goh Sakura Art Museum, '17)

2014   Carantenne Exhibition, Onward Gallery, Tokyo

        Two-person exhibition at Seijo Sakurasaku Gallery, '18

2015   Two Artists Exhibition at Gallery Kunimatsu

      Homage to Picture Books by Tableau Artists (Sagamiya Art Shop)

      Vu Meme no Kai (Gallery Gunji/'16/'17/'18/'19)

2016   Shunkozu Exhibition (Takashimaya Department Store, Nihonbashi)

2017   Treasures in Memory (Ginza Wako)

2018   Primavera Exhibition (Takashimaya Department Store, Nihonbashi)   

2019   Seed Yamatane Museum of Art Japanese Painting Award (Yamatane               Muse um of Art)

Collection of works

Saitama Medical University International Medical Center

Taito Ward

Goh Sakura Art Museum

Edogawa Gakuen

Sakura Art Museum