[PROJEKTE: ] RÖNTGEN KUNSTINSTITUT
Started as Roentgen Kunstinstitute in Omori, Tokyo in 1991. Supporting the early days of T. Murakami, K. Yanobe, and N. Sawaragi as a curator, we laid the cornerstone of contemporary Japanese art. Later, we changed galleries to Aoyama Roentgenkunstraum, Kichijoji Roentgenwerke, Roppongi, and Bakurocho, but discovered and introduced a unique artist with consistent technical backing. In 2008, we proposed the essence of Japanese art, “KOH-JUTSU”, and based on this concept for more than 10 years.
2-36-3, Jindaiji-kitamachi, Chofu-shi, Tokyo, JAPAN
1-9-11, Hirosaka, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa JAPAN