Clear Your Calendars: TOKYO FRONTLINE at 3331 Arts Chiyoda

TOKYO FRONTLINE is the new contemporary art and photography fair scheduled to open in the 3331 Arts Chiyoda on February 17th and run throughout the weekend.

According to the press release the new artfair will consists of three sections.

1. THE FRONTLINE will be showcasing young artists both represented by galleries (Tomoko Atsuchi of TARO NASU, Ken Kagami of Taka Ishii, Yusuke Komuta of SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tomoko Nagai of Tomio Koyama) and independent (Teng-Yuan Chang, Soichiro Murata, Hiraku Suzuki, Soshiro Matsubara). This part is curated and will be accompanied by an iPad year book app.

2. THE EXCHANGE is a networking space meant to bring together galleries, publishers, art collectives, art foundations, etc.

3. GYM is a sales section, the actual art fair portion of the event, where galleries that range from the young to the more established houses will present and sell their wares. Most participants are from Tokyo, with a sprinkling of galleries from Kyoto, Osaka. The international contingent is represented by Gallery Jinsun and Gallery Godo from Seoul and AFA Macao (Macao, China).

For more information please go to the event website.

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