• March 10 - April 28, 2023


KOTARO NUKAGA to participate in “Art Basel Hong Kong”

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce a dual presentation of works by female Japanese artists Mako Idemitsu (1940-) and Tomona Matsukawa (1987-) for Art Basel Hong Kong 2023 from March 23(Thu) to 25(Sat), 2023. Idemitsu has been creating experimental video works since the 1970s, and Matsukawa has become well-known for her realistic paintings that depict

Change in the opening hours of the gallery on Saturday, March 11, 2023

KOTARO NUKAGA (Roppongi) will be open from 11:00 to 15:00 on Saturday, March 11, 2023 for a talk event. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. KOTARO NUKAGA

Group exhibition curated by Carlos Rolón and Tomokazu Matsuyama 'Die Young, Stay Pretty'

From March 10 (Fri), 2023, KOTARO NUKAGA, Roppongi is pleased to present ‘Die Young, Stay Pretty.’ The exhibition is co-curated by Chicago-based Puerto Rican American artist Carlos Rolón, whose practice explores themes of belonging and cultural identity, and artist Tomokazu Matsuyama, whose contemporary visual language functions as a representation of the reality of our times. Rolón

KOTARO NUKAGA to participate in “ART SG”

KOTARO NUKAGA will participate in “ART SG” be held in Singapore from January 12 (Thu) to 15 (Sun), 2023.(HP: https://artsg.com/about/the-fair/) The inaugural “ART SG” will be held  in Singapore, with more than 150 of the world’s leading galleries participating.  The exhibition will consist of four main sections: “GALLERIES,” “FOCUS,” which introduces solo and duo artists,

Notice of New Year's Closing

We would like to express our sincere gratitude for your support of our gallery projects this year. We sincerely hope that the new year will bring you a great happiness to everyone.KOTARO NUKAGA will be closed from Sunday, December 25, 2022 to Wednesday, January 4, 2023. KOTARO NUKAGA (Tennoz) will be closed until January 5, 2022

Kazuhito Kawai ‘Hold me close, a grain at a time’

From December 17, 2022 (Sat) to February 4, 2023 (Sat), KOTARO NUKAGA, Tennoz is pleased to announce ‘Hold me close, a grain at a time’, Kazuhito Kawai’s first solo exhibition in Japan. Born in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan, in 1984, Kawai studied at the Chelsea College of Arts in London before eventually returning to Japan where,

’Under Current Satellite Exhibition’ at N&A Art SITE

Under Current Satellite Exhibition” will be held at N&A Art SITE (Meguro-ku, Tokyo) from December 3 (Sat) to 17 (Sat), 2022. This exhibition is an abstracted exhibition in Japan of “Under Current,” an exhibition by 16 Japanese artists currently being held at the Powerlong Museum in Shanghai. The exhibition will feature one work from each

Group exhibition curated by artist Keita Morimoto 'Crossing'

From November 26 (Sat) to January 28 (Sat), KOTARO NUKAGA, Roppongi is pleased to present ‘Crossing,’ a group show curated by the artist Keita Morimoto. The exhibition will showcase the work of nine emerging talents who are currently garnering international attention. Morimoto, who studied art in Canada and recently returned to pursue an artistic career

KOTARO NUKAGA to participate in Art Collaboration Kyoto (ACK)

KOTARO NUKAGA will participate in “Art Collaboration Kyoto” (ACK), an art fair themed on “contemporary art and collaboration” to be held in Kyoto from November 18 (Fri) to 20 (Sun), 2022.(HP:https://a-c-k.jp/) KOTARO NUKAGA will be exhibiting with Chicago-based Kavi Gupta. Starting with Tomokazu Matsuyama, who is represented by both galleries, KOTARO NUKAGA will bring Kyoto-based

’Under Current’, an exhibition of 16 Japanese artists, opens at Powerlong Museum in Shanghai, China

From November 11, 2022 to January 29, 2023, the Powerlong Museum in Shanghai, China will present ‘Under Current,’ an exhibition of 16 Japanese artists. (URL: http://www.powerlongmuseum.com/exhibition_detail/80.html) KOTARO NUKAGA is proud to announce that Yuichi Hirako, Tomona Matsukawa, Mariko Kobayashi and Keita Morimoto participate in this group exhibition. Regarded as the largest private museum in Asia, the