Soh Gallery

Gallery in The Musashino, Tama area

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Soh Gallery opened its doors in the Kichijoji section of Tokyo in 1985 as an art gallery dedicated to organizing exhibitions of the works of outstanding contemporary artists. In 2001 the gallery moved to the Koganei section of Tokyo, where it is presently located. Soh Gallery mainly organizes exhibitions of Japanese contemporary artists working in a wide range of media from painting and other 2-dimensional work to sculpture, photography, ceramics and sound art in the forms of exhibitions, installations and performance. Adopting the attitude that an exhibition should be an opportunity for the artist to search for new possibilities and directions for the future, we meet frequently with the artists to plan the exhibitions together. This is Soh Gallery’s ideal of the role a gallery should play, and it requires and long-term, working relationship with the artists. Within the context of these working relationships we have produced numerous CDs, videos, portfolios and print editions, etc. We also produce catalogues for the exhibitions and artists we handle.

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No shopNo parkingNo restaurant/cafeNo Library/BookstoreNot accessible to disabled persons

Permanent Artists/Collection

Masami Tada, Mika Yoshizawa, Hirotsune Tazima, Yasumasa Morimura, Kishio Suga, Kuniichi Shima, Shigei Anzai, Shintaro Azioka, Makoto Ito, Yukio Nakagawa, Yoji Matsumura, Yukinori Yanagi, Go Yayanagi, Keiko Yamada, Oon Hee-Chang, Toshio Shibata

Opening hours

From 13:00 to 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays
Note:Depends on each event.




Address: 2-14-35 Midoricho, Koganei-shi, Tokyo 184-0003
Phone: 042-382-5338 Fax: 042-382-5589

15 minutes walk from the North exit of JR Higashikoganei station, 3 minutes walk from Hosei University stop by CoCo bus from Higoshikoganei station

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