OGU MAG is a gallery, exhibition space, and rental exhibition space in Higashi-Oku, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo, a downtown area where many craftsmen live. Through exhibitions and workshops of contemporary art, photography, painting, three-dimensional art, and crafts, we hope to create a place where people can think about the role of art in the community, a place where they can experience "monozukuri" up close. OGU means magazine (magazine, warehouse, treasure house), MAG means magnetic (magnetic, attracting people), and MAGNITUDE (big, importance, magnitude).
In March 2021, we will convert the space next to OGU MAG into a café, and the old house and warehouse on the second floor into a shared residence and studio space where young Japanese and international artists can create and interact with a variety of local people.
|Business Hour*1||13:00 to 19:00|
|Access*4||8 minutes walk from JR Tabata(JK34,JY09) station north exit, 3 minutes walk from the west exit of Akado Shogakko-mae Station (NT03) on the Nippori-Toneri Liner.|
|*1 The last day of an exhibition or event may end early. *2 there are temporary closures. *3 Contemporary art includes sculptures, installations, mixed media works and objects *4 The times shown are approximate.【ATTENTION】Admission to the gallery is free, but there may be a charge for certain events.|