Nasubi Gallery is a mobile gallery established in front of a long-established gallery Nabis Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo in 1993.  Being a project by artist Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Nasubi Gallery, which was no more than a box the size of a milk box, continued to exhibit artworks by mostly young artists. This booklet documents the activities of Nasubi Gallery from 1993 to 1995 with colour plates of installation views, the artists' statements, the artists' biography, and selected bibliography. Text by Noi Sawaragi and Hideki Nakazawa.   
Nasubi Gallery: The Smallest Gallery in the World 1993-1995
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Nasubi Gallery: The Smallest Gallery in the World 1993-1995