KH GALLERY

2020.07.30

Notice of Summer Holidays

KH Gallery Ashiya will be closed from 3rd to 23rd August for summer holiday.

We will not be able to reply confirmation of reservations for Ashiya gallery until after 17th of August.

Please accept our apologies for any inconveniences and thank you in advance for your understanding.

2020.07.30

Information of the exhibition period extension

KH Gallery Ginza will be extension of schedule for “Hiroko Koshino – The Melody with Artistic Colors-” until September 29.

Reservation required. Please reserve by accessing the ASHIYA GALLERY page of our website and submitting the Admission Reservation Form with all the necessary fields completed.

Sunday admission is also by reservation only at the moment.

Closed: Every Wednesday, and also a case of temporary closure to other events and bad weather.

2020.06.05

【Notice of reservation and next exhibition / KH gallery Ashiya】

Reservation starts on Monday, June 22.
Sunday admission is also by reservation only at the moment.

Reminders for visitors
・Please refrain from visiting if you have a temperature.
・ Please wear a mask at all times and cooperate to prevent the spread of infections by cough etiquette, washing your hands, gargling, and refraining from talking if at all possible. Thank you very much in advance.
(*) For those who plan to take the Hankyu bus, please confirm the schedule and reserve for the limited quantity.
Hankyu Bus Website:https://www.hankyubus.co.jp/

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KH gallery Ashiya
Koshino Hiroko – The Melody with Artistic Colors

Thursday, July 2 – Sunday, August 2
Closed: Wednesdays / Other event days
Closed when Hankyu Bus does not operate
Open upon reservation: Please fill the “Admission Reservation Form” on the website’s ASHIYA GALLERY page.

“Koshino Hiroko – The Melody with Artistic Colors” is now at KH gallery Ashiya. It is a cross-aspect, collaborative expansion of Koshino’s artworks with various colors, motif, shapes as new definitions of freedom. The artworks and fashions also express the huge inspiration by classical music in recent years. The colorful collaboration of paintings themed with music and musical instruments in exhibition is, in fact, the conceptual source for the designs in the Spring Summer Tokyo collection in 2002.

2020.04.10

[Temporary closure of KH gallery Ashiya]

KH gallery Ashiya is temporarily closed on for the prevention coronavirus (COVID-19).

Regarding the reopening, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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2020.04.01

[Re-opening of KH Gallery Ashiya]

KH Gallery Ashiya was closed to support emergency response to coronavirus (COVID-19) while it is going to be re-opened for visitors on 20th April (Mon) upon reservation.

Kindly understand that all visits shall be upon reservation, and our operation may subject to further changes (postpone or decline of reservation request) depending on the outbreak conditions. Your cooperation is appreciated.

Reminders for visitors

・Please refrain from visiting if you have a temperature.

・Please wear a mask at all times and cooperate to prevent the spread of infections by cough etiquette, washing your hands, gargling, and refraining from talking if at all possible. Thank you very much in advance.

(*) For those who plan to take the Hankyu bus, please confirm the schedule and reserve for the limited quantity.

Hankyu Bus Website: https://www.hankyubus.co.jp/

2020.03.13

【Notice of exhibition cancellation】

KH Gallery Ashiya is temporarily closed until Sunday, March 29th, for the prevention coronavirus, and currently showing “Subaru II-Resonating Expressionists-” exhibition is canceled.

Walk-in visits are basically welcomed on all Sundays, but please note that 22nd of March and 29th of March will be closed.

Regarding the reopening after March 29, we will keep you updated on our website and official SNS.

2020.03.03

【Notice of temporary closure of KH gallery Ashiya】

KH gallery Ashiya is temporarily closed on 15th March (Sunday) for the prevention coronavirus.

Walk-in visits are basically welcomed on all Sundays while 8th March (Sun) and 15th March (sun) will be closed.

Please understand that we may need to turn down new reservations after 16th March as an infection prevention strategy.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

*We are going to contact individual visitors with reservations on 15th March (Sunday).

2019.12.20

【Notice of gallery closure】

KH Gallery Ashiya will be closed the following schedule.

From 23rd December until January 19th, 2020

The opening of the New Year starts on January 20th.

There is no need to make a reservation on Sundays during the exhibition period, so you can visit freely.

Also, please note that if you apply during the gallery closing period, your booking confirmation will be returned after January 7th.

2019.12.02

KH Gallery Ashiya
The Pleiades – Resonating Artists –

Monday, January 20 – Sunday, March 29, 2020

Closed: Wednesdays / Tuesday, February 25 – Friday, February 28 / Tuesday, March 17 / Other event days
Closed when Hankyu Bus does not operate
Open upon reservation: Please fill the “Admission Reservation Form” on the website’s ASHIYA GALLERY page.
Reservation is not required on Sundays.

*Special display of Hina dolls
Saturday, February 29 – Sunday, March 29

KH Gallery Ashiya will hold the exhibition titled “The Pleiades – Resonating Artists -“. Hiroko Koshino has been meeting and interacting with artists of various genres. Through these interactions, Koshino gained many things that became inspirations for her creations, such as the essence taught by a person she calls her master, influences from unique styles of expression, and experiences of getting to know materials other than paintings. This exhibition will present Koshino’s works as well as those of the artists close to her. These works are owned by Koshino and show the ties between the artists. Please enjoy the light that the resonating stars create together, like the Pleiades shining in the winter night sky.

Artists

Aquirax Uno (illustrator)
Kazi Ghiyasuddin(painter)
Kuniyoshi Kaneko(painter)
Tadayoshi Nakabayashi (copperplate printmaker)
Susumu Notomi(ceramic artist)
Masao Hara (fashion drawing artist)

  • Hiroko Koshino "WORK #386" Style sketch

  • Kuniyoshi Kaneko "Beast Tamer" Oil painting / canvas

2019.11.06

Information of the exhibition period extension

KH Gallery Ginza will be extension of schedule for “Hiroko Koshino -The Harmony-” until December 22th (Sun).

Closed: Every Wednesday, and also a case of temporary closure to other events and bad weather.

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