Directly connected to Minatomirai Station! An atrium gallery filled with natural light
Infiltrate an art space!
YOKOHAMA ART SPOT FILE
A gallery for everyone, right next to Minatomirai Station, where anyone can easily drop by
This time, I visited "Minatomirai Gallery", which is accessible from "Minatomirai Station" on the Minatomirai Line without getting wet in the rain. There are many cultural facilities nearby, such as the Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall and the Yokohama Museum of Art, and many art lovers should know about them! This blue pillar is a landmark.
A multi-purpose gallery with a sense of openness, set in a light-filled atrium. When I visited for coverage, the selected calligraphy exhibition of the calligraphy group "Ryounkai" was being held, and various beautiful calligraphy mounted on the hanging scroll welcomed visitors.
"Minato Mirai Gallery" has three exhibition rooms with different atmospheres depending on the size, lighting, etc. First of all, I would like to introduce <Gallery A>, which is right next to the entrance and has a high ceiling that makes use of the architectural structure of the atrium and is flooded with natural light. Since the exhibition wall is very wide, it is a perfect space for displaying large works.
Next, here is <Gallery B> in the back of Gallery A.
Unlike Gallery A, this space completely shuts out external light. A gallery that can create a calm atmosphere using only spotlights.
And here is <Gallery C> with even brighter lighting next to Gallery A.
At the time of the interview, one large-scale exhibition was held using three exhibition rooms, but sometimes three exhibitions with different contents are held in each exhibition room. It is attractive that it changes into various art spaces every time you visit. "Minato Mirai Gallery" is in a great location, close to sightseeing spots such as Yokohama Port and Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, commercial facilities such as Minato Mirai Tokyu Square, and accommodation facilities such as hotels. How about taking a break from sightseeing and shopping and enjoying some casual art appreciation?