KOTARO NUKAGA to participate in "Art Collaboration Kyoto"

October 27, 2023

KOTARO NUKAGA  is pleased to announce our participation in ‘Art Collaboration Kyoto (ACK)’, an art fair themed on “contemporary art and collaboration” to be held in Kyoto from October 28 (Sat) to 30 (Mon), 2023.

KOTARO NUKAGA will be exhibiting with Almine Rech. Starting with Tomokazu Matsuyama, who is represented by both galleries, KOTARO NUKAGA will bring Kyoto-based painter Tomona Matsukawa; Carlos Rolón, Gentaro Ishizuka, and Joel Mesler, whose works draw upon his history of addiction. Almine Rech will present a selection of recent works by Oliver Beer, Ha Chong-Hyun, Paul de Flers and Alexandre Lenoir.

Art Collaboration Kyoto (ACK) is an art fair held in Kyoto under the theme of “contemporary art and collaboration.” It is one of the largest art fairs in Japan specializing in contemporary art, and is unique in the collaborations it forges between Japanese and international galleries, government and private sectors, and the fine arts and other fields.The main venue, Kyoto International Conference Center, will consist of two sections, “Gallery Collaborations” and “Kyoto Meetings,” where works will be exhibited and sold. In addition a number of satellite programs are scheduled to coincide with the holding of ACK.

GUEST: Almine Rech @alminerech

Gentaro Ishizuka @nomephoto
Tomokazu Matsuyama @tomokazumatsuyama
Tomona Matsukawa @tomonamatsukawa
Joel Mesler @joelmesler
Carlos Rolón @carlosrolon

▼Almine Rech
Oliver Beer @oliverbeerartist
Ha Chong-Hyun @hachonghyun
Paul de Flers @pauldeflers
Alexandre Lenoir @alexandrelenoir_

October 28 Sat. – 30 Mon., 2023
Preview: October 27 Fri.  *by invitation only
28 Fri.   11:00 – noon *by invitation only noon – 7pm
29 Sat.  11:00 – 7pm
30 Sun. 11:00 – 5pm
*Please note that the last entrance is 1 hour before closing


Kyoto International Conference Center Event Hall
Takaragaike, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-0001 Japan
Nearest station: Kokusaikaikan Station on the Karasuma Subway Line (5-minute walk)

Art Collaboration Kyoto