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Soimadou Ibrahim ‘Farewell Savane’

From November 4 (Thu) to December 18 (Sat), 2021, KOTARO NUKAGA, Roppongi is pleased to announce ‘Farewell Savane,’ a solo exhibition by London-based French artist Soimadou Ibrahim. The show marks the artist’s first exhibition in Japan, and will feature 21 new paintings. Learn more   Exhibition Outline Soimadou Ibrahim, ‘Farewell Savane’ November 4 (Thu) –

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Yuichi Hirako's first art book "GIFT HIRAKO YUICHI" went on sale

Finally, Yuichi Hirako’s first art book “GIFT HIRAKO YUICHI” went on sale to the public today. Not only the atmosphere of the exhibition “GIFT” held in January this year, but also the cover and drawings written for this catalogue scattered everywhere, and the artist himself is particular about the details. Please feel free to purchase

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Public Art by Tomokazu Matsuyama will on view at Chiba JPF Dome

Tomokazu Matsuyama’s works will be on permanent display in the foyer space by the main entrance of the Chiba JPF Dome, a 250-meter-long wooden bank will be opened newly on Oct.2 on the site of the former Chiba bicycle race track. You can see two powerful sculptures ‘Glory Slowly’ and ‘Immortality Morality’ of about 4.5

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Notice of Extended Exhibition: Group Exhibition ‘The Past in Motion’

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce the current exhibition Group Exhibition ‘The Past in Motion’ has been extended to Saturday, October 16, 2021. KOTARO NUKAGA coordinated installation of artworks in guest rooms, restaurants, and lounges of the auberge “HIRAMATSU Karuizawa Miyota” at Miyota City, beside Karuizawa City, Nagano-prefecture. In the theme of “a stay encountering

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Stefan Brüggemann 'ALLOW ACTION (GOLD PAINTINGS)'

From September 18th to October 23rd, 2021, KOTARO NUKAGA, Roppongi is pleased to announce that we will be presenting ‘ALLOW ACTION (GOLD PAINTINGS)’, a solo exhibition by Stefan Brüggemann. This marks the artist’s second show with the gallery, and three years since he opened the gallery’s first show in October 2018. Learn more Exhibition Outline

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Group Exhibition ‘The Past in Motion’

KOTARO NUKAGA, Tennoz will be pleased to announce a group exhibition by nine artists, ‘The Past in Motion’ from August 7th (Sat) to September 11th (Sat), 2021. Learn more Exhibition Outline Title : The Past in Motion Artist : Jean-Eugéne Atget, Darren Almond, Gentaro Ishizuka, Hirofumi Isoya, Ritsue Mishima, Man Ray, Kyoji Takubo, Kouichi Tabata, Tomoko Yoneda Date : August 7 (Sat) – September 11(Sat), 2021 

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『GIFT YUICHI HIRAKO』書影

Yuichi Hirako ‘Papyrus’

We are pleased to announce that in commemoration of the publication of Yuichi Hirako’s catalogue GIFT YUICHI HIRAKO, KOTARO NUKAGA, Tennoz will be exhibiting ‘Papyrus’ by Yuichi Hirako from July 14th (Wed) to July 21st (Wed), 2021. Yuichi Hirako’s works explore the vague boundary between nature and humans. Following the positive reception to his activities both

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Carlos Rolón ‘Future Reminisce’

From July 30th (Fri) to September 4th (Sat), 2021, KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to present ‘Future Reminisce’, a solo exhibition by Puerto Rican-American artist Carlos Rolón. This exhibition marks fifteen years since the artist’s first solo exhibition in Japan in 2006, and two years since his participation in KOTARO NUKAGA, Tennoz’s 2019 group show. In this show,

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Tomokazu Matsuyama “Boom Bye Bye Pain”

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce the opening of our second gallery at Piramide Building Roppongi, Minato City in Tokyo from May 2021. Our first exhibition in this new gallery at KOTARO NUKAGA, Roppongi will be Tomokazu Matsuyama’s solo exhibition “Boom Bye Bye Pain”, from 22 May to 10 July. Learn more Exhibition Outline Title

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Mariko Kobayashi “Stories that went Over”

KOTARO NUKAGA is pleased to announce Mariko Kobayashi’s (1987, Osaka) first solo exhibition at our gallery, “Stories that went Over” from April 17 to May 22. Learn more Exhibition Outline Title : Stories that went Over Artist : Mariko Kobayashi Date : April 17 – May 22, 2021 Open Hours : 11:00 ~ 18:00 (Tue

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