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Kamakura Gallery
Written by KALONSNET Editor   
Published: June 20 2009

Copyright© Kamakura Gallery

Kamakura Gallery was opened in 7cho-me of Ginza, Tokyo in 1980 and moved to Kamakura, Kanagawa in 1999, and then relocated to its present site near the bus-stop of Mt. Kamakura in November of 2008. The spacious exhibition room, lit naturally from outside, and featuring a spiral staircase, allows us to enjoy a quiet and comfortable time in front of the art works.

Kamakura Gallery has continued to introduce both domestic and overseas contemporary artists since its foundation, and it is especially well versed in the field of minimal and conceptual art. It is also well-known as the gallery that first and systematically introduced “Mono-ha” to Japan, and it has held a project exhibition “Genshoku” to reconsider Japanese contemporary art. Many valuable exhibition catalogues have been published so far by this gallery, which has also published limited versions of catalogues with original work at reasonable prices in recent years.

Among the represented artists are Kumi Sugai, Tetsumi Kudo, Syusaku Arakawa, Tomio Miki, Yayoi Kusama, Lee Ufan, Masanari Murai, Shosuke Oosawa, Tamihito Yoshikawa, Kunie Sugiura, Toshio Shibata, Yuji Akatsuka, Carl Andre, Bernd & Hilla Becher, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Enrico Castellani, Jan Dibeets, Dan Flavin, Chong Hyun, Joseph Kosuth, Bertrand Lavier, Piero Manzoni, David Nash, Medardo Rosso, Ulrich Ruckriem, Yun Suknam, and Claud Viallat.

Address: 4-1-11, Kamakurayama, Kamakura, Kanagawa
Telephone: +81-(0)467-32-1499
Open: 11:00 - 18:00, closed on Monday, Tuesday, and National Holidays
Website: http://www.kamakura-g.com

Last Updated on November 10 2015

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