Ginza Graphic Gallery
Dai Nippon Printing Company opened the Ginza Graphic Gallery (GGG) in 1986 to promote and preserve printed design created in Japan and around the world. Through out the year, exhibitions are held to highlight a figure or a theme in graphic design. On my recent visit, the design studio NOSIGNER explored the why’s of design with the exhibit “Reason Behind Forms.” Later this year, you can look forward to the surreal work from multi-media designer Enomoto Ryoichi Kokaiki and magnetic forms in Masayoshi Nakajo work. The GGG also publishes series of design books that can be purchased in the library, on the second floor of the gallery.
By Anne Nguyen, AFAR Staff
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Japan, 〒104-0061 Tōkyō-to, Chūō-ku, 中央区Ginza, 7 Chome−7−7−2 DNP銀座ビル 1F
Mon - Sat 11am - 7pm