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March 8th Fri – 10th Sun, 2024

Tokyo International Forum Hall E & Lobby Gallery

As the largest art fair in Japan and the oldest in Asia, ART FAIR TOKYO continues to bring together leading art galleries from across Japan and the rest of the world since its founding in 2005. The fair is a leading force in the Japanese art market, which targets established and new generations of global and local dealers and collectors to take note of the wide range of art.

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Tomio Koyama :An Overview of the Art Scene in Europe, the United States, Asia, and Japan

Tomio Koyama is someone at the frontline of the Japanese art scene and whose involvement with the art market goes back many years. His career has coincided with the growth not only of the market in Japan but the global market as a whole. We spoke to him about his take on the major shifts he has witnessed in his time, especially the development of art fairs and the expansion of the market in Asia.

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Maho Kubota: Galleries and Artists, Strategically Looking to the Future

“I simply choose the work I want to represent or the artists I like,” says MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY owner Maho Kubota. “This intuitive sense of liking the work or artist is important, though there has to be something else too. There’s the originality of the artist’s work and its sustainability. And then there’s the strength of the resulting work.” Kubota spoke with Art Fair Tokyo about her relationship with artists and her gallery’s aims.



Tokyo International Forum
Hall E and Lobby Gallery

3-Chome-5-1 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku

Tokyo 100-0005 Japan

1-minutes walk from JR/Subway Yurakucho Station, 5-minutes walk from JR Tokyo Station (Keiyo Line)

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