Born January 30 Virginia, USA
Education 2006 BFA Corcoran College of Art and Design

Amor De Dios, Madrid

Shakespeare Theatre , DC

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, NY

Duke Ellington School for the Arts, DC

Museum Exhibitions 2016 “Make You Love Me”
Katzen Arts Center at American University Museum D.C.Poupees et Tabous – Le Double Jeu De L’artiste Contemporain
la Maison de la Culture de la Province de Namur
2015 “Engagements”
Musee Sainte Croix, Poitiers, France
2011 Tous Cannibales, La Masion Rouge, Paris, France
Solo Exhibitions 2016 “Make You Love Me”, Katzen Arts Center at American University Museum, Washington DC
2015 Venus Envy, Irmingard Beck Presents, Munich Germany
2014 Inside Out, (with Hans Bellmer) Galerie Sophie Scheidecker, Paris
2013 In the Flesh, Schmucker Gallery, Gettysburg College, PA
2012 Fair Game (Election Collection), Galerie Lareuse, Washington DC
2011 Everything to Lose, Special performance, Artfair, Washington DC
2009 Lesser Madonnas, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC
2007 Nasty Nice, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC
2005 STRIPPED, a 36-hour non-performance, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Selected Group Exhibitions 2016 Poupees et Tabous – Le Double Jeu De L’artiste Contemporain
la Maison de la Culture de la Province de Namur
Museum Sainte Croix, Poitiers, France
2014 la part animale; hybrids, chimeres et mutants, Galerie Sophie Scheidecker, Paris
2013 Art Brussels, Gallerie Sophie Scheidecker, Paris
Broken Ground: a Radical Wonderland, Wonderground Studios. NYC
FIAC, Paris France. Galerie Sophie Sheidecker.
Empowered. Marolborough Gallery. Prince Georges College, Washington DC
Femininity 0.1, Maison Particuliere art center, Brussels
Tous Cannibales, Me Collectors Room, Berlin, Germany
Tous Cannibales, La Masion Rouge, Paris, France
Saturnalia, Irvine Contemporary, Washington, DC.
2010 ARCADE, Sculpture installation at The Walter E. Washington Convention Center

Commissioned by WPA and the DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities Irvine Contemporary, SCOPE-Miami Dec 2010

2008 ID, Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA
2007 Alumni exhibition curated by Molly Donovan, Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington DC
2006 Introductions 2, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC
Irvine Contemporary, Aqua Art Fair, Miami, FL
Irvine Contemporary, Art 212, NY
2005 DC- Knew, Cutting-edge up and coming, Knew Gallery, Washington DC

7×7, Washington Ballet, Set design
SEVEN, curated by Lenny Campello, WPA/C, Washington DC

Media/Publications 2017 Fall Arts Preview 2017, in Montgomery Magazine October/November 2017 (PDF)
2016 Sculpture Magazine, On Guise and Dolls: a Conversation with Melissa Ichiuji , by John Anderson April 2016
2015 Collector Alain Servais On Why The Venice Biennale Is The Best Art Fair. May 2015

2014 Art Investor Magazine, Dream and Trauma, by Annegret Erhard December 2014
2013 WeWomen, Interview with American Artist Melissa Ichiuji
2013 Art: Reflection of The Times by Joseph and Barrie Ann George, The Sentinel, Cumberlink Sept. 11, 2013
The Washington Times, Inside The Beltway, Low and Lower by Jennifer Harper Sept 16, 2012
The City Paper Arts Desk. Melissa ichiuji at Galerie l Laureuse by John Anderson. sept 2012
FOX KVVU Las Vegas, featured on MORE morning show.with Election Collection
2011 La libre.be. Artistic Explorations of Femininity. Claud Laurent. October 26, 2011

The New York Times. Belgian Artists Making an Impact, at Home and Beyond. by Nazanin Lankarani. October 2011
ARTFORUM, “All Cannibals?”. June, 2011. Jurriaan Benschop

100 Washington Artists by F. Lennox Campello. Schiffer Publishing

The Washington Post, (Jan. 28, Washington DC) Familiar favorites: Once more, with feeling, Jessica Dawson

2008 Contemporary Textiles, The fabric of fine art. Black Dog Publishing
2007 Art in America, (Oct.) Review by Sidney Lawrence

The Washington Post (Feb. 3, Washington DC) The Yin and Yang of Feminine Critique, Jessica Dawson

NY Arts Magazine, (Jan.) Interview by Steven Psyllos

2005 The Washington Post, (May 11, Washington DC) The Art of Nothing, Lonnae O’Neal Parker

The Washington Post, (May 12, Washington DC) Calling a Halt to Suffering for her Art, Richard Leiby

The GW Hatchet, (May 23, Washington DC) The Bare Necessities, Maura Judkis

The Washington Post, (May 30, Washington DC) Peeling Back the Layers of Meaning in STRIPPED, Melissa Ichiuji