TARO NASU opened in 1998.
It is located at Bakuro-cho, downtown area evolving as a new cultural area in Tokyo.
The gallery focuses the conceptual artworks by the domestic and international artists.
It has devoted to explore the contemporary art after 80’s as ”experience”, mainly working with conceptual artists such as Pierre Huyghe, Liam Gillick, Jonathan Monk, Ryan Gander. Mika Tajima, Simon Fujiwara and Tatsuo Majima.
And it constantly working with the featured Japanese contemporary photographers such as Taiji Matsue, Takashi Homma and Maiko Haruki.
Not only the established artists, but it also supports the promising Japanese younger artists as Futo Akiyoshi, Koichi Enomoto and Cozue Takagi whose works have been drawing many attentions internationally.
Furthermore, the gallery has organized the exhibitions related to architecture, like the series of exhibition “gesture, form, technique”, the show which questions the boarder between art and design. and “Yume ie exhibition : Japanese architects of the next generation” (2017).
TARO NASU now works with over 20 artists and have been collaborating with many museums and public institutions from inside and outside the country.
The gallery is also cooperating with international art exhibition such as Shanghai Biennale (2012), Gwangju Biennale (2016), Okayama Art Summit (2016) and Biennale of Sydney (2018).
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Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
closed on Sunday, Monday and national holiday