Lady Aiko (also AIKO, born Aiko Nakagawa in 1975) is a Japanese street artist based in Brooklyn, New York.. In a largely male-dominated medium, Aiko is an influential figure in contemporary street art. She is known for her ability to combine western art movements and eastern technical, artistic skills, as well as for her large-scale works installed in cities including Rome, Italy, Shanghai, China and Brooklyn, New York
In 1965, Kusama erected the first of her now-famous immersive environments. Infinity Mirror Room – Phalli’s Field (Floor Show) fused her interests in repetition, sexual exploration, psychology, and perception by filling a roughly 25-square-meter mirrored room with a thick carpet of soft, twisting phalluses camouflaged in the artist’s signature polka dots.
To some critics, Miyanishi’s art is described as “delicately grotesque,” with eccentric and unusual characters. In the 70s, after the ero-boom died down, he focused on his career as an illustrator. His band, Onna, topped the indie chart in Japan in 1983. His recent work carries clear signs of his commitment to modern Russian literature’s themes of existentialist suffering and cultural decay.