Probably the most important center for contemporary art in Yokohama, the massive BankArt Studio space is run by the government-supported BankArt 1929 arts program as a venue for exhibitions, theatrical and musical performances, and educational programs.
The historic waterfront building features two floors of exhibition areas, a library, a museum shop, a "live cafe" event area, plus a relaxed cafe-bar with both indoor and outdoor seating. The exhibition spaces are the venue for some major group shows of Japanese and international contemporary artists, so it's worth checking their website to see what's on.
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