Kiichiro adachi

足立 喜一朗

Kiichiro adachi

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Kiichiro ADACHI was born in Osaka, Japan, in 1979 and graduated from the Department of Environmental Design, Tama Art University, in 2004. The artist lives and works in Kanagawa, Japan.

Adachi’s solo exhibitions include a guerrilla exhibition, “e.e.no.24”, in two locations in Japan (2004); “BEAMS TIME 1st Anniversary”, Shibuya, Japan (2007); “Her Extravagance”, Hiromiyoshii FARM, Tokyo, Japan (2008); “Shangri-La” and “Shangi-La 2” at ZAIM, Yokohoma, Japan and YUKA Contemporary, Tokyo, Japan, respectively (2009); “SOAP”, Aisho Miura Arts, Tokyo, Japan (2010); and “SOAP/SOAP”, NADiff a/p/a/r/t, Tokya, Japan (2010).

He has participated in group exhibitions including “Last Spurt 2005” (gallery Q, Ginza/Japan) (2006); “Toride Art Project 2006” (Ibaraki/Japan) (2006); “Space for your future: Recombining the DNA of Art and Design”(MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART TOKYO/Japan) (2007) ; “The Party”(gallery Q, Ginza/Japan) (2008); “Explosion,” BankART Studio NYK (Yokohama/Japan) (2007); “Osaka Art Kaleidoscope 2007” (Osaka/Japan) (2007); “MOT Collection Survival Action” (MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART TOKYO /Japan) (2008); “WHEN LIVES BECOME FORM: DIALOGUE WITH THE FUTURE BRAZIL/JAPAN”(Museu de Arte Moderna de Sao Paulo/Brazil) (2008); “Trans-Cool TOKYO”(Singapore Art Museum(8Q) (2010); Busan Biennale 2010 “Living in Evolution” (Busan/Korea) (2010); “Trans-Cool TOKYO”(Bangkok Art and Culture Centre/Thailand) (2010); “No Man’s Land” (the French embassy in Tokyo) (2010); “CE QUI ARRIVE”(Asakusa/Tokyo)(2011); “Osaka Canvas”(Osaka) (2011); “Trans-Cool TOKYO”(Taipei Fine Arts Museum/Taiwan) (2011); and “Back to the Nature”(FUMA Contemporary Tokyo) (2012).

Adachi’s work is held in the public collection of Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo