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AIKO was born in Tokyo, Japan and has lived and worked in New York City since the mid 90’s. She received a BFA at Tokyo Zokei University in the field of graphic design and filmmaking, before taking her MFA at The New School, NY graduating with honors in Media Studies. . Her work in film has been highly influential on Urban Pop; she directed the seminal digital biography on Takashi Murakami, Super Flat  and ran his studio in Brooklyn long before he was internationally known.
AIKO is recognized in the contemporary art world as among the most important artists to emerge in the new millennium. She is also well respected with the graffiti and street art scene. Her large scale works indoors and outdoors are installed in many cities, including the Wynwood Wall Project, curated by Jeffrey Deitch, in Miami, commissioned pieces for the Standard Hotel on both coasts and the 2012 commission to re-paint the historic ‘Keith Haring Wall’ on Bowery and Houston, the urban center of downtown chic . For the season of spring and summer in 2013, Louis Vuitton released an AIKO silk scarf as a collaborative accessory line of FOULARDS D’ARTISTES. The Japan Society majorly featured her work in a landmark exhibition in March 2013 “Edo Pop: The Graphic Impact of Japanese Prints”Her work has been exhibited at the MACRO Future Rome Italy, Shanghai MOCA China, Brooklyn Museum NY and PS1/MOMA as well as other major museums and galleries globally.