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AOYAMA | MEGURO


www.aoyamahideki.com
Lotte Lyon and Christian Hutzinger " HALT" 2007 Installation View Photo: ken SASAKI

Established in 2004, Meguro. Exhibiting younger artists from Japan and abroad.
Prior to the opening of this space, owner/director: Hideki Aoyama worked as a director atGallery Takanashi and Mizuma Art Gallery.
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ARATANIURANO


www.arataniurano.com
WATANABE Go ‘face' Installation view

Opened in July, 2007 in Shintomi, Chuo-ku, an area strong in Edo culture, the gallery was founded by former SCAI the Bathhouse staff, Tomoko Aratani and Mustumi Urano and exhibits the work of less-established Japanese artists.
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ZENSHI

www.zenshi.com
Shunsuke IMAI ”empty eyes” 2007 Installation view

Opened in November, 2005 in the Kiyosumi Art Complex located in Kiyosumi Shirakawa.
Owner Zenshi Mikami, formerly staff of Rontgenwerken AG, exhibits the work of younger artists from Japan and abroad.
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MISAKO & ROSEN

www.misakoandrosen.com
Will ROGAN / Yuki OKUMURA "everyday" 2007 Installation view at MISAKO & ROSEN photo:Kei Okano

Established in December, 2006 in the downtown are of Otsuka, the gallery is owned and operated by former Tomio Koyama staff member, Misako Rosen and her husband Jeffrey Ian Rosen.
The gallery represents an international selection of artists.
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Take Ninagawa

www.takeninagawa.com

Established in December 2007 in Higashi-Azabu, Take Ninagawa is dedicated to working with young Japanese and international artists. The gallery is owned by Atsuko Ninagawa, previously active as an independent curator in New York, and Kazuyuki Takezaki, an artist and former staff member of Ota Fine Arts.
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MUJIN-TO PRODUCTION


www.mujin-to.com
Sachiko KAZAMA Installation view 2007 photo : Kei Miyajima

Opened in May, 2006 in Koenji, the gallery aims to introduce a contemporary Japanese aesthetic through means outside the standard gallery exhibition practice; Owners, Rika Fujiki, former director of Mizuma Art Gallery and music critic Nami Sezawa are frequent publishers of artist books, dvds and editions.
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Yuka Sasahara Gallery

www.yukasasaharagallery.com

The gallery was established in January, 2006 in the printing factory area of Kagurazaka.
A former director of Taka Ishii Gallery and subsequently Rontgenwerke AG, Sasahara represents younger Japanese artists.
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