Gallery G-77, G31 and E9

+81 90 94192326 Japan, 604-0086, Kyoto, Nakagyo-ku, Nakano-cho 73-3
The gallery's history dates back to its establishment in 2003. In 2014, the gallery relocated to a central location in Kyoto, near the Imperial Palace, expanding its reach and influence. While hosting exhibitions in Kyoto, the gallery has also formed partnerships with art galleries in Finland, Switzerland, and Belgium. Notably, it has organized exhibitions of Japanese contemporary art in renowned establishments such as the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg and the National Gallery of Armenia in Yerevan, among others.
Furthermore, Gallery G-77 has played a pivotal role in curating and facilitating exhibitions for foreign artists in museums and galleries throughout Japan. This exchange of artistic experiences enriches the cultural landscape.
At its core, Gallery G-77 is dedicated to introducing and promoting the vibrant discoveries within the local art scene. It offers a diverse array of artists who bring their unique perspectives and sensibilities to life, encapsulating the essence of Japanese aesthetics in contemporary times. Since 2006, the gallery has actively showcased its artists at prestigious art shows and fairs in Europe and the USA, establishing a global presence that resonates with art enthusiasts worldwide.
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