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Exhibitors

A Lighthouse called Kanata

Contemporary Japanese Art

Situated in the Nishi-Azabu area of central Tokyo, A Lighthouse called Kanata, formerly known as Yufuku Gallery, was founded in 1993 to introduce contemporary Japanese art and aesthetics to a global audience. Focusing on contemporary sculpture and painting, our Japanese and international artists push the limits of their respective mediums to new heights.

One of the most internationally active galleries in all of Japan, A Lighthouse called Kanata is the first gallery from Japan to be accepted to TEFAF Maastricht in 2013, and is also the first Japanese gallery to participate in the inaugural edition of TEFAF New York Spring in 2017. Kanata also exhibits at Masterpiece London, West Bund Art & Design (Shanghai), etc, while holding approx. 6 exhibitions a year at our Tokyo gallery. The gallery and owner Wahei Aoyama also work extensively with public and private institutions throughout the world.

Insights From The Gallery

Open: 11am to 6pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays, and by Appointment. Closed Sundays, Mondays and National Holidays.

Exhibitions

On view
Vestige III - Sachi Fujikake
A Lighthouse called Kanata
Apr 8–24, 2021
Past
The Secret Show
A Lighthouse called Kanata
Feb 12–Mar 27, 2021
Past
Falling into You - Hidenori Tsumori
A Lighthouse called Kanata
Jan 21–Feb 6, 2021
Past
END OF THE WORLD SUPERNOVA II
KANJIRO MORIYAMA
A Lighthouse called Kanata
Nov 27–Dec 19, 2020
Past
OPENING CEREMONY
A Lighthouse called Kanata
Oct 3–Nov 3, 2020
Past
SEI (AWAKENING) BY KEN MIHARA
A Lighthouse called Kanata
Sep 5–26, 2020

Artists

  • Sueharu Fukami
  • Ken Mihara
  • Niyoko Ikuta
  • Satoru Ozaki
  • Takafumi Asakura
  • Keizo Sugitani
  • Nobuyuki Tanaka
  • Shigekazu Nagae
  • Joseph Walsh
  • Kanjiro Moriyama
  • Masaaki Yonemoto
  • Sachi Fujikake
  • Hidenori Tsumori
  • Osamu Yokoyama
  • Kentaro Sato
  • Ayane Mikagi
  • Kiyo Hasegawa
  • Masanori Maeda
  • Akihiro Maeta
  • Yoshiro Kimura
  • Kazumi Nagano