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This biography of a living person does not cite any references or sources. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living people that is un-sourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately. (September 2009) This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2008) From the video The world after 800,000,000 years, by Aya Takano in 2004. Aya Takano (タカノ綾 Takano Aya) was born 1976 in Saitama, Japan. She is a Japanese pop artist associated with the Superflat movement. Influenced by both manga and American Science Fiction, her art typically depicts large-eyed female heroines, often partially or completely nude. Known for mostly her drawings and paintings, she usually works in ink and acrylics. Drawing has also been the base for other works such as 2004's Subterraned, a comic book like series, or in video, such as The World After 800,000,000 Years, in which small adventures usually take place. She received a B.A. from Tama Art University in Tokyo. She is a member of Takashi Murakami's Kaikai Kiki. She also created the cover art for Feeder's 2002 album Comfort in Sound Solo exhibitions 2008 Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France 2007 "Wild dogs, hawks, owls, cats, a landfill the size of 44 and a half Tokyo Domes, the stratosphere", Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami, USA 2006 "Aya Takano", Musée d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France "City Dog", Parco Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Parco Gallery, Nagoya, Japan 2005 Frieze Art Fair, London, United Kingdom "The Far Reaches of The Universe, My Garden", Blum & Poe Gallery, Santa Monica, USA 2004 "Aya Takano, a web project for Digital Gallery", Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, USA Naoki Takizawa for Issey Miyake, 2004-5 Autumn Winter Collection, Paris, Tokyo (collaboration) 2003 Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France 2002 Space Ship EE, nanogalerie, Paris, France 2000 "Hot Banana Fudge", NADiff, Tokyo, Japan 1997 "SHU WA KIMASERI", shop33, Tokyo, Japan Group exhibitions 2007 "Kawaii! Japan now", Fundation Joan Miró, Barcelona, Spain "The Door to Summer", Art Tower Mito, Mito, Japan 2006 "Spank the Monkey", Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, United Kingdom Etoile, Xavel, Inc. (Virtual department store design) "Aya Takano, Chiho Aoshima, Chinatsu Ban Exhibition", Mizuho Oshiro Gallery, Kagoshima, Japan 2005 Aoi Gallery, Osaka, Japan "Japan Pop", Helsinki Museum of Art, Helsinki, Finland "The Sensual Line", Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria "Little Boy: The Arts of Japan’s Exploding Subculture", Japan Society, New York, USA (curated by Takashi Murakami) MTA Subway Poster Design, Public Art Fund and Japan Society, New York, USA "What’s Good Conference", Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong (Lecture), China Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France 2004 "T-Junction", Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France "Fiction. Love: Ultra New Vision in Contemporary Art", Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan "Chiho Aoshima, Mr., Aya Takano", Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin at LFL Gallery, New York, USA "Tokyo Girls Bravo", Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, USA 2003 "Girls Don’t Cry", Parco Gallery, Tokyo, Japan Naoki Takizawa for Issey Miyake, Tokyo (collaboration), Japan "Hope—The Future is in Our Hands", LaForet Harajuku, Tokyo 2002 "The Japanese Experience – Inevitable", Das Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria "Tokyo Girls Bravo 2", NADiff, Tokyo, Japan "Chiho Aoshima, Aya Takano, Mr., Takashi Murakami", Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France 2001 "Superflat", Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN; Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA Hiropon Show, White Cube Gallery, London, United Kingdom; Shinsaibashi Parco, Osaka, Japan Yokai Festival, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan 2000 "Superflat", Parco Gallery, Tokyo (curated by Takashi Murakami), Japan 1999 "Tokyo Girls Bravo", NADiff, Tokyo; Parco Gallery, Nagoya, Japan "Hiropon Show", Parco Gallery, Nagoya, Japan "Hiropon 32/80", NADiff, Tokyo, Japan 1998 "Ero Pop Christmas", NADiff, Tokyo, Japan "Hiropon Show", George’s, Los Angeles, USA 1997 Hiropon Show, shop33, Tokyo; Iwataya Z-side, Fukuoka, Japan Hiropon Show, Manken Gallery, Kanazawa, Japan Persondata Name Takano, Aya Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1976 Place of birth Date of death Place of death