Umeya Building, 2-nd floor
73−3 Nakanochō (Ogawadōri), Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto, Japan, 604-0086
The closest subway stop is Marutamachi station, exit 2
Tuesday - Saturday : 14:30 - 19:00
Sunday - open during the current exhibition : 14:30 - 19:00
Monday - closed
Or by Appointment - please contact the gallery
〒 604-0086京都府京都市中京区中之町（小川通)73-3, 梅屋ビル2F
火 〜 土： 14:30-19:00
Gallery G-77 was first established by owner and director Andrei Mikhilov in 2003 at 77 Fontanka River Embankment in St. Petersburg. The gallery name references its address. It was one of the first galleries in Russia to represent contemporary international artists with a particular focus on Japan, where the gallery’s owner spent more than 10 years. Enryu Kano, Maiko Maeda, Sawako Watanabe, Takuji Shimura and Diana Wong were among the first to have their solo exhibitions in the gallery. In 2010 G-77 invited Izuru Mizutani who became the first Japanese contemporary artist to demonstrate his installation projects in the State Russian Museum. In 2011 Gallery moved to Japan. In November 2014 G-77 opened its new location in Kyoto city centre between Imperial Place and Nijo Castle.
Gallery G-77 presentations reflect some current trends in contemporary Japanese art. Unique artworks by young artists show an entirely original and Japanese approach.
Owner: Andrei Mikhailov
Director: Irina Chapkis
Art Director: Yuriko Yamamoto
International +81 90 9419-2326
Domestic 090 9419-2326