Ota Fine Arts was established in 1994 in the Ebisu area in Tokyo. For 16 years the gallery has defined itself as being a pioneer of Japanese contemporary art. Since its inception, Ota Fine Arts has promoted various Japanese artists, including internationally acclaimed Yayoi Kusama.
In 2003, the gallery moved to Roppongi and later it has been located in the Tokyo bay area until early 2011. In February, 2011, the gallery returned to Roppongi and opened a new space. Since the renewal opening of the gallery.
Ota Fine Arts has had even more variety of the artists and works.
Ranging from painting to video art and crafts, the gallery represents talented and unique artists with different media. While Ota Fine Arts continues to support its represented artists, it also strives to provide opportunities to up and coming talents.
Over the last two years, one of the main goals of Ota Fine Arts is to bring more regional character, originality and commonality of the Asian cultural belt into the programmes. The gallery has had exhibitions with Korean, Chinese and Iranian artists in the past year.
Ota Fine Arts strongly hopes these programmes will convey the new aspect of contemporary art today.