Installation view of Hiroshi Sugimoto's exhibition "Opticks," Gallery Koyanagi, 2021
© Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy of Gallery Koyanagi
Gallery Koyanagi
Gallery Koyangi was founded in Ginza, Tokyo, in 1995. In 2016, it was renovated and reopened on the ninth floor of the same building, with a new design by Hiroshi Sugimoto. Gallery Koyangi is a primary-market gallery for both Japanese and international contemporary artists, including Hiroshi Sugimoto, Sophie Calle, Marlene Dumas, Christian Marclay, Michaël Borremans, Mark Manders, Thomas Ruff, Yoshihiro Suda, and TABAIMO.
Gallery Koyanagi
Koyanagi Bldg. 9F, 1-7-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Exhibition Information
Akiko Hashimoto
"I saw it, it was yours."
September 11 – October 30, November 4 – November 7
Gallery Koyangi is pleased to present “I saw it, it was yours.,” a solo exhibition by Akiko Hashimoto. The show features 10 new works alongside a large-scale piece depicting a transparent curtain that was included in her solo show “Ask him” at Shiseido Gallery in 2020.

Hashimoto was born in 1988 and received her master’s degree from Musashino Art University in 2015. Her presentation “Ask him” at Shiseido Gallery won the Shiseido Art Egg Award in 2020. She also held a solo exhibition in Paris titled “Will it rain?,” which was the culmination of her residency at Cité Internationale des Arts.
Installation view of Akiko Hashimoto's exhibition "Ask him" at the 14th shiseido art egg, Shiseido Gallery, 2020, production cooperation by Shiseido
© Akiko Hashimoto, photo by watsonstudio