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Aya Takano was born on 22 December, 1976 in Saitama, Saitama, Japan. Discover Aya Takano's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 44 years old?

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Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 22 December 1976
Birthday 22 December
Birthplace Saitama, Saitama, Japan
Nationality Japan

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Aya Takano Net Worth

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2019

Aya Takano’s artistry has yet to be fully dissected by the art world at large. She is that rarest of creators who forges their own unique artistic context – one that is far ahead of its time. Her work draws its themes from the schematics of unknown worlds, the frayed edges of society, misshapen animal life forms, and the dogma of human desire.

2015

2015 •"The Ocean Inside, The Flowers Inside", Johyun Gallery, Busan, South Korea 2014 •"La Maison d'Aya", BIBO, Hong Kong 2012 •"Heaven Is Inside Of You", Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong •"To Lose Is To Gain", Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

2010

2010 •"Rooms of the World", Kaikai Kiki Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan •"Aya Takano", Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden, Germany •Hong Kong Art Fair, Booth Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Hong Kong

2009

2009 •"Reintegrating Worlds," Skarstedt Gallery, New York City

2008

2008 •"Toward Eternity" Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France

2007

2007 •"Wild dogs, hawks, owls, cats, a landfill the size of 44 and a half Tokyo Domes, the stratosphere", Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami, USA •"Tradition and modernity", curated by Hélène Kelmachter, Miró Foundation, Barcelona, Spain

2006

2006 •"Aya Takano", Musée d’Art Contemporain, Lyon, France •"City Dog", Parco Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Parco Gallery, Nagoya, Japan

2005

2005 • Frieze Art Fair, London, United Kingdom •"The Far Reaches of The Universe, My Garden", Blum & Poe Gallery, Santa Monica, United States

2004

2004 •"Aya Takano, a web project for Digital Gallery", Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, United States • Naoki Takizawa for Issey Miyake, 2004-5 Autumn Winter Collection, Paris, Tokyo (collaboration)

2003

2003 •Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France

2002

2002 • Space Ship EE, nanogalerie, Paris, France

2000

When it was time for her to start thinking about college, Takano told her parents she wouldn't attend unless she was allowed to enter an art program. In 2000, she received a bachelor's degree from Tama Art University in Tokyo, and, soon after, became an assistant for leading Japanese Contemporary Artist Takashi Murakami, the founder of the Superflat art movement, who became her first mentor and jump-started her career.

2000 • "Hot Banana Fudge", NADiff, Tokyo, Japan

1997

1997 • "SHU WA KIMASERI", shop33, Tokyo, Japan

1980

In the 1980s, the look of pre-pubescent girls became the target of consumer culture in Japanese society. This infantilization and objectification of the female was seen most heavily in Japan's otaku culture. Japanese female artists like Takano seek to reinvent the otaku culture through a feminine perspective. Takano in particular is interested in depicting how the future will impact the role of the female heroine in society. Her figures, often androgynous, float through her alternate realities partially clothed or fully nude. Takano denies that she is trying to reveal anything specific about sex, but rather, with the slim bodies, bulbous heads, and large eyes, she is trying to emphasize her figures' temporary suspension from adulthood; the redness on the figures' joints, such as the elbows, knees, and shoulders, is supposed to convey that they are still engaged in the growing process, mentally and physically. Takano's playful and ambiguous visions of the future, especially one which revolves around the feminine, serves as a way for her to create her own mythology, free from the chains of reality. She is represented by Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong & Paris

1976

Aya Takano (タカノ綾 , Takano Aya, born December 22, 1976) is a Japanese Superflat artist, manga artist, and science fiction essayist.

1960

It took thirty years for society to unlock the labyrinthine content of the novels of Phillip K. Dick and other hard-boiled 1960’s science fiction authors, a fact that is reinforced by the way their material has formed the mainstream of Hollywood literary adaptations since the 1990s. Likewise, the true value of Takano’s work lies thirty or more years in the future, when audiences will decipher the vast range of uncharted information which lies beneath its surface.