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Ayako ROKKAKU
Born in 1982 in Tokyo, Japan.
Lives and works in Berlin and Tokyo.
Solo Exhibitions:

2020
Magic Hand, Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art, Chiba, Japan 

2019
Fumble in colors, tiny discoveries, Museum Jan van der Togt,
Amsterdam, Netherlands

2018
Bright wind, another step, Gallery Delaive, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2017
OBSCURA, Gallery Target, Tokyo, Japan
ramblings' habitat, gallery trax, Yamanashi, Japan

2016
Sealed Reminiscence,  Gallery Delaive, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2015
Lumpy Fluffy Splatter, gallery trax, Yamanashi Japan

2014
Never ending love letter, Gallery Target, Tokyo, Japan

2012
Where the smell comes fromDanubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava, Slovakia

2011
Colours in my hand, KUNSTHAL Museum, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2010
About UsGallery Delaive, Amsterdam, Netherlands
About UsVACANT, Tokyo, Japan

2009
girl in moment, Guy Peters Gallery, Knokke-Heist, Belgium
Untitled, San Carlo Gallery, Milano, Italy

2008
Untitled, Galerie Wild, Frankfurt Germany
Untitled, Juliana Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2007
Rokkaku Ayako Exhibition, Galerie Teo, Tokyo, Japan
Untitled, Galerie Moderne, Silkeborg, Denmark
Walking around cloud, Gallery Delaive, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2006
Untitled, GARELIE AAA, Paris, France

Group Exhibitions:

2020
Oketa Collection - A NEW DECAD, Spiral Garden, Tokyo, Japan

2018
25th Anniversary in Gallery Trax vol.I, gallery trax, Yamanashi Japan
Perpetual Colors, PHILLIPS X, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

2017
Cat Love. Nine lives in the art, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands

2015
Swatch Faces 2015 at 56th Venice Biennale, Arsenale TESA100, Venice, Italy
FULL HOUSE, Gallery Target, Tokyo, Japan


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Public Collections:

Oketa Collection, by Shunji and Asako Oketa, Tokyo, Japan
Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Voorlinden Museum, Wassenaar, The Netherlands
Gunma Museum of Art, Tatebayashi, Japan
Sehwa Museum of Art / Sehwa Art and Culture Foundation, Seoul, South Korea
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture, Japan



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