D&Department Project

Gallery in The Setagaya, Kawasaki area

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We focus on the “ daily life feeling” which we were impressed on by Jeminai in LA, MOMA, MOCA, ICA in UK, and ICA in Japan where one of our members had once worked. We think the “coziness” of the restaurant in MOMA or cafe in ICA is very attractive, which no places in Japan can pursue. They supply casual, real, and daily feelings to us. We don’t think Japanese museums can hold these feelings so far. So we think the style we have here, the design shop with cafe restaurants, fits better to Japanese life style. We also focus on the quick gallery system, which means to hold the show in one-month preparation. It will release the stress that most artists and creators had been feeling in Japan when they want to have exhibitions in galleries, such as “huge preparation time”, “extra attention to valuables”, and “cost for the place”. In short, we make the most effort to recreate the inspiration and chemistry that the art works give us at the first sight as immediate as possible. We don’t deny the worth of art simulated from the demand of curators, companies, and so on, but this is the style we’ll keep and think that fits best in Japan so far.

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Has a shopNo parkingHas a restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Home Page

http://www.d-department.com/event/ (Japanese)

Opening hours

From 12:00
fridays closing at 2:00, saturdays closing at 2:00
Closed on Wednesdays
Note:Second floor opens only from 12:00 to 20:00

Fee

Free

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Address: 8-3-2 Okusawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-0083
Phone: 03-5752-0120 Fax: 03.3705.0377

7 minutes walk from Kuhonbutsu station on the Tokyu Oimachi line.

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