This contemporary art gallery originally opened in 1998 in Koto's Sagacho, moved to Roppongi in 2003 and then to its current location in Bakurocho in 2008. Taro Nasu represents an impressive cohort of artists, including Tatsuo Majima, Futo Akiyoshi, Anton Henning and Ryan Gander, while Ihei Kimura Award-winning photographers Ryuji Miyamoto, Taiji Matsue, Cozue Takagi and up-and-comer Akira Rachi are also involved. The gallery is comparatively spacious, allowing artists to create their own dynamic exhibits, and producing a leisurely environment where visitors can experience the works at their own pace. Due to its location in Bakurocho – with its concentration of galleries within walking distance – and with the support of even the most hardcore art critics, Taro Nasu is an integral part of Tokyo's contemporary art establishment.
|Venue name:||Taro Nasu|
1-2-11 Higashi-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku
|Opening hours:||10am-6pm / closed Sun, Mon & hols|
|Transport:||Bakurocho Station (Yokosuka, Sobu Rapid lines); Bakuro-Yokoyama Station (Shinjuku line), exit A1; Kodenmacho Station (Hibiya line), exit 2|