A gallery with a good prospect, managed by 3 independent contemporary artists as a place to encourage artists, create information exchange and publish contemporary artwork.
Opening hours: Monday - Friday, 12 - 7pm Saturdays until 5pmClosed on Sundays
1F, Kitazawa Building, 3-2-24, Kitahama,
Chuo ward, Osaka city,
Osaka, Japan 541-0041
tel: +81 66 6201 0221
Since 1983, Art U has reguraly been holding exhibitons of important artists both Japanese and overseas, introducing high quality works of paintings and prints. We specialize in comtemporary Japanese art featuring works by Kazuo Shiraga, Jiro Yoshihara, Sadamasa Motonaga and Kumi Sugai. We also specialize in contemporar ...read more
Artcourt Gallery, now in its fifth year of operation, originated as the successor of Gallery Kuranuki, formerly major contemporary art gallery in the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto region of Japan.
Artcourt Gallery represents both veteran creators who have extensive exhibition and award-winning experience at international venues, s ...read more
About CAS1. CAS is a nonprofit making contemporary art space.2. CAS is not a space for art business.3. CAS shows experimental and non-commercial works.4. The exhibitions are planned by the curators who are selected by CAS.5. CAS i ...read more
1F COHJU Building
577 Bishamon-cho, Nakagyo-ku
Kyoto 604-0981 Japan
tel: +81 75 256 4707
COHJU Ltd.. was established in 1986.
COHJU Gallery have been opend on the ground floor of the COHJU Building designed by Kisho Kurukawa wherelocated in the south of Kyoto Imperial Palace.
In 2008 it is a structure change into the company taking the opportunity of establishment 20 years. At the same time,“COHJU ...read more
The name 'BAMI' is made up of the Japanese characters 'Ba' = '場' and 'Mi' = '見' that translate as 'site' and 'sight' . When written together the word these characters make suggests ideas of 'viewing space' , 'showing space' or 'discovering space'.
'Ba' is a character used in terms that translate as 'place' , 'scen ...read more