Gallery Koyanagi
Koyanagi Bldg. 9F, 1-7-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Tel. 81-(0)3-3561-1896
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.

Installation view of Hiroshi Sugimoto’s exhibition “Opticks,” Gallery Koyanagi, Tokyo, 2021
© Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy of Gallery Koyanagi
Exhibition Information
September 3–November 6
Gallery Koyanagi will present a solo exhibition by Hiroshi Sugimoto featuring his series “Opera House,” for which Sugimoto photographed historical opera houses in Italy and France.
Hiroshi Sugimoto, Villa Mazzacorrati, Bologna, 2015, “Le Notti Bianche”
© Hiroshi Sugimoto, courtesy of Gallery Koyanagi