About Gallery Murakoshi
Gallery Murakoshi, since its establishment in1956 at the 8 chome of Namiki-dori Ginza, for more than 60 years, have been a commercial gallery dealing with modern and contemporary Japanese style paintings. The founder Noburu Murakoshi was born in Yokohama, studied and practiced at a long established art dealer of Edo period paintings and calligraphy. After the WW2, Noburu Murakoshi dealt with fine Japanese artists, such as Kobayashi Kokei, Ogura Yuki, Yamamoto Kyujin, Takayama Tatsuo. At the same time, he actively introduced young talented artists of his generation to the world, such as Yokoyama Misao, Ishimoto Sho, Kayama Matazo and Hirayama Ikuo. What these artists have in common is that their techniques lies on the knowledge of the classics.
In 2005, Mihoko Sakurai, the daughter of Noburu Murakoshi, inherited the gallery, and since, Gallery Murakoshi has been dealing with various types of paintings as well as young contemporary artists.
Of course, the gallery still deal and evaluate prestige art works. Please contact us if you need any consultation.
Although the collectors' choice of taste varies and the art market of Asia is very active, we introduce artists that will be evaluated stable for decades, and not just a moment trend.
Born in Tokyo
|1983||Finished Master's degree in Arts and Literature at Rikkyo University|
|1983||Entered Gallery Murakoshi.
Engaged in the establishment of a subsidiary company of Gallery Murakoshi, "Hangarou", a gallery specialized in publishing prints of Kayama Matazo. (Consolidated to the parent company in 2008) Published and compiled raisonné of Kayama's prints.
|2006||Become CEO of Gallery Murakoshi.|
Member director of Tokyo Art Dealers' Association. President of Contemporary Graphic Art Dealers Association of Japan.
|Name of company :||Gallery Murakoshi Co., Ltd.|
|President :||Mihoko Sakurai|
|Address :||Iwatsuki bldg. 8F, 6-7-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061 Japan|
|Establishment :||March, 1956|
|Major banks :||MUFG Bank, Ltd., Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation|
|Commission permission :||Tokyo Metropolitan Public Safety Commission permission number No.796|
|Antiquary permit number :||Gallery Murakoshi Co., Ltd. Antiquary permit number 301067500796|
|Occupation :||Selling, evaluating, and assessment of paintings and art works
Entrust art works to galleries and department stores
Acquisition of appraisal certificate
Participating in events of Tokyo Art Dealers' Association and exhibiting at art fairs
Planning, producing and selling art books
Representing of selling and purchasing at auctions
Participate as a member of Tokyo Art Dealers' Association
Participate as a member of Contemporary Graphic Art Dealers Association of Japan