Biography

Juka Araikawa


Education
University of California, Los Angeles, BFA in Art


Group Exhibitions

2017   
Hotel Kalifornia, Galerie Lefebvre & Fils, Paris, France
TBD, Pon Ding, Taipei, Taiwan
         
2016   
Klaus, Yeo Workshop, Singapore
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2014    
The Beach That Never Was, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore
Sputnik, Midori.so, Tokyo

2013
Storytellers and Mystics, Art Connects New York, Brooklyn, NY

2012
Open Studio, Warehouse Project, Yokohama, Japan
Aruku-E-no parade in Kotobuki-cho, Yokohama, Japan
Curatorial Exchange, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Los Angeles, CA
Pleased To Meet Me, Warehouse Project, Yokohama, Japan
 T/here, Youkobo ARTSPACE, Tokyo, Japan

2010
New Paintings, FOXRIVER, Singapore

2009  
First Look: An Exhibition of Emerging Artists From Los Angeles Galleries, curated by Craig Hensala and Simon Watson, House of Campari, Los Angeles, CA   
Living History, curated by Dean Valentine, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA

2008
Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles, CA

2007    
No Art Today, INMO Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2006   
New American Talent- The Twenty-First Exhibition, curated by Aimee ChangArthouse at the Jones Center, Austin, TX
Five Easy Pieces, curated by Bart Exposito, Los Angeles, CA.
Not This Time, Shangri-la, Beijing, China
Henry Painter, curated by Mateo Tannatt, Bronson Tropics, Los Angeles, CA
Boroughs of Los Angeles, William Grant Still Art Center, Los Angeles, CA
Undergraduate Juried Show, Wight Gallery, Juror: Lawrence Rinder, Los Angeles, CA

2005   
Undergraduate Juried show, Wight Gallery, Los Angeles, CA


Solo Exhibitions

2013
Meet me in the middle, Košice, Slovakia
Good Night, Youkobo ARTSPACE, Tokyo, Japan


Grants and Awards

2013    The Japan Foundation 

2006   Smith Scholarship, UCLA

2005   Lillian Levinson Scholarship, UCLA


Residencies

2013    K.A.I.R. – Košice Artist in Residence / Youkobo ARTSPACE

2012    BankART, Yokohama, Japan

2006   Red Gate Gallery, Beijing, China


Press

2018   Daniel Gonzales, “A House They Weren’t Going to Buy”, New York Times

2013   Mayer Rus “Waldo Fernandez’s Midcentury Angeles Home”, Architectural Digest


Publications

2014   The Beach That Never Was, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore

2012   T/here, Hayama Projects, Tokyo