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Gallery QUADRO(2019-), located along the Meguro Dori Ave., in the heart of Tokyo, offers a unique collection of contemporary works of art displaying a wide range of stylistic expressions.  It has been our goal to work with our artists for the long term, respect their freedom, assisting them through their careers by exhibiting their works at our gallery, Art fairs, and placing them in prominent collections.  We strive to present works by emerging and mid career artists that inspire, excite, and intrigue our increasingly diverse clientele.

Gallerist  Saran Ito

Gallery QUADRO -クアドロ- (2019-)



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Gallery QUADRO

6-16-13 Shimomeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0064 Japan



Jun Matsushima


Exhibiting a characteristic use of rhythmical, crescendoing lines, the highly abstracted, figurative compositions draw forth the interplay between what is visually distinguished and what is intuitively perceived of movement; culminating into an evocation of moving itself.

Vladimir Gorbunov

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Vladimir Gorbunov was born in 1984. In 2011, he was educated at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts I.I. Repin. His works are in museums and private collections in Britain (London), Germany (Berlin), Finland (Imatra), Spain, Portugal, Latvia, Russia, Korea, Latin America.


Emmanuelle Roger


Emmanuelle Roger gives vitality and strength to the painting. 
Subjects are drawn from the observation of nature. She strives to highlight their grace, their elegance, their poetry, depicting them with clean simple lines.

Alex Koryashkin


Alexander Koryashkin was born in Samara where he studied painting at an art studio, then he entered State Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. After graduating, he was invited in creative workshop at the institute. Right now he work as a teacher of drawing in an architectural institute.

Saran Ito


After 10years of experience in ceramic art, Saran is working at ceramic studio in Tokyo. Attended intensive workshop at La Meridiana Ceramic School near Florence in 2015. Entered Kyoto University of Arts and Design in 2016. While teaching at Ceramic Studio in Tokyo, Saran is actively showing her works at Saran Ceramics.