Aiko Robinson

Please note this artists work contains sexually explicit imagery.

Aiko Robinson is a Christchurch based artist of Japanese and New Zealand heritage. She is a recent graduate from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland and has exhibited extensively over the past year. Exhibitions include the International student printmaking exhibition, exhibited in 14 galleries worldwide, including the Gus Fisher gallery in Auckland. She was selected as a finalist for both the Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Scholarship for watercolour painting 2014, and the Waikato Society of Arts Painting and Printmaking award 2015.

Aiko Robinson builds on the Japanesse tradition of ukiyo-e shunga erotic woodcut prints which flourished in Japan during the Edo period between the 17th and 19th centuries. Aiko’s work features headless figures engaging in erotic acts.  Aiko brings a softness and beauty in the execution of the images, a delicate palette employed to emphasise particular areas within the tightly controlled compositions. This sensuality is encapsulated by the glorious swathes of drapery. The drapery visually and literally cushions the human forms.

 

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Title: Horny #3
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Title: Cleaning Up
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Title: Cherry Popped
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Title: Cock
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Title: Nice Cock
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Title: Horny #2
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Title: Horny #1
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