Exhibitions

Ruiji Aiba creates unique items, using precise crafting skills passed down from generation to generation.
Aiba’s work using frog, Karako,Chinese apparition and so on as motif vary in taste, and his works are most certainly an eye-catching wonderment.

Ruiji AibaProfile

Born in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan in 1964
Lives and works in Aichi, Japan
【Education】
1992 Graduate Aichi Prefecture Vocational School, Ceramics
1988 Graduated from Osaka Gakuin University
【Selected SoloExhibitions】
2020 Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Jidō (Gallery Kenbishi, Aichi)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Shuka (Ginza Mitsukoshi, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Wakaran (Paragpn Japan International Art Gallery, Kanagawa)
2019 Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Mirages (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Renge (Gallery Kenbishi, Aichi)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Minazuki (Ginza Mitsukoshi, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Gekka (Azuma-do, Saga)
2018 Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Reborn (Gallery Kenbishi, Aichi)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Rasen (parabolica-bis, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Tabisuru Chawan (Syunju Sanso)
2017 Ruiji Aiba: Wakaran (Tokyu Kichijoji, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Shunjitsukyoso (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
2016 Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Awakening Cats (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Genei (Gallery Kenbishi, Aichi)
2015 Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Tensei (Gallery Kenbishi, Aichi)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Teuchu (Ginza Mitsukoshi, Tokyo)
Ruiji Aiba Pottery Exhibition: Wakaran (Azuma-do, Saga)

 

13/01/2016(wed) -  29/01/2016(fri)

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