Opened in Ginza 8 chome, Tokyo in 1983 and then moved to Ginza 1 chome in 2007, Gallery Q has been continuously introducing emerging domestic artists and is proud of its results and its history of providing a chance to many artists to succeed in Japan as well as worldwide. Gallery Q is also valued for having actively introduced artists from other Asian countries such as South Korea and China for a long time. It plans and holds project exhibitions of all genres, and also provides a rental exhibition space to young artists. Gallery Q also handles many production projects such as that of Masanori Sukenari who was the represented artist from Japan at shanghai Biennale 2006 ” GLOBAL PLAYERS” of the Tokyo Midtown opening art event "Blossom Art 2007", and "COREDO Women's Art Style 2009". Its contribution to regional enterprises and Asian art is greatly valued in the contemporary art scene in Japan.
Address: Kusumoto 17th Bldg.,3F, 1-14-12, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Open: 11:00 - 19:00 (final day - 17:00), closed on Sunday