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artist , Art director

Aijiro Wakita, Japanese artist, art director.

Background

Wakita, Aijiro was born on February 4, 1942 in Tokyo.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Nantenshi Gallery, Tokyo, 1977, 1979, 1981, Marlborough Gallery, 1977, Ginza Wako, 1983, Luft Gallery, 1983, Designers Space, 1983, Takashimaya Gallery, 1983, group exhibitions, International Figurative Exhibition, 1964, Museum Modern Art, 1965, Martha Jackson Gallery, New York City, 1967, Greenwich Art Center, Connecticut, 1968, Triangle Gallery, San Francisco, 1968-1969, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, 1969, St. John's University, New York City, 1970, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1970, Bradford City Art Museum, England, 1970, Seattle Art Museum, 1971, Whitney Museum American Art, New York City, 1971, Henry Ford Library., Michigan, 1972, International Biennial Exhibition Prints in Tokyo, Museum Modern Art, 1972, Central Museum, Tokyo, 1973, National Museum Modern Art, Kyoto, 1973, Japanese Contemporary Graphic Exhibition, Tokyo, 1974, Yokahama Public Gallery, Japan, 1974, Albany State University, New York, 1975, Twelve Utterance Exhibition Gallery, Kyoto, 1975, International Prints Bienniale Krakow, Poland, 1976, 5th British International Print Bienniale, Bradford, 1976, Central Museum, Tokyo, 1977, Designer's Space, 1977-1978, 1981, 1984, London Mall Gallery, 1980, The Shoto Museum Art, Tokyo, 1981, Seibu Museum, 1982, Saitama Public Museum, Japan, 1983, Matsuya Design Gallery, Tokyo, 1983, Nichido Salon, 1984-1987, Gallery Tom, 1986, collections, Library. Of Congress, Washington, Albright-Fox Art Gallery, Buffalo, Cincinnati Museum Fine Arts, Museum Modern Art, New York City Stanford University Museum, Palo Alto, California, University California, Santa Barbara, National Museum Modern Art, Kamakura, Japan, Corcoran Museum, Washington, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, University South Florida, Pittsburgh Museum, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Bank of New York, Chase Manhattan Bank Collection, Museum Modern Art, Tokyo, Alcoa Collection.