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Gallery Yamaguchi Kunst-Bau
Written by KALONSNET Editor   
Published: December 15 2008

Copyright© Gallery Yamaguchi Kunst-Bau

Opened in Osaka in 1981, and also as "kunst-bau|tokyo" in Nihonbashi (closed November, 2010), Tokyo in 2008, Gallery Yamaguchi Kunst-Bau is well known as a long-established, contemporary art gallery that first introduced Donald Judd, Tadaaki Kuwayama and Dan Flavin to Japan.

It is devoted to introducing young artists, both domestic and international, and also to cooperating with museums to produce exhibitions and exhibition catalogues.

Moreover, it has contributed to sponsoring "Art Camp in Kunst-Bau" since 2005. This event, which started in 2002, introduces mainly students from art universities in the Kansai district.

Address: Shosen Mitsui Chikko Bldg. B1,1-5-25 Kaigan-dori Minato-ku, Osaka
Telephone: +81-(0)6-6577-0998
Open: 12:00 - 19:00, closed on Sunday, Monday, and national holidays
Website: http://www.g-yamaguchi.com/

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