A Group Exhibit of Friends
January 11-February 9, 2020
November 21-December 13, 2020
Sad Salesman & Horrible Adorables
December 19, 2020-January 10, 2021
January 16-February 14, 2021
February 20-March 14, 2021
March 20-April 11, 2021
April 17-May 9, 2021
May 15-June 13, 2021
June 19-July 11, 2021
The Little Hut / Paradise Toy / How2work Gallery Takeover
Featuring exhibits by Shoko Nakazawa & T9G, Dehara Yukinori, and Kohei Ogawa
July 17-September 12, 2021
Cherry Moth Cake
October 16-November 14, 2021
James "Jimbot" Demski
November 20-December 12, 2021
December 18, 2020-January 9, 2021
If you are an artist or artist representative and you'd like to be considered for an exhibit at Rotofugi Gallery please submit your work via the online form here. Thanks.
Rotofugi Gallery is focused on showing work by both established and emerging artists in the fields modern pop, illustration art and character/toy design. As a partner/adjunct to Rotofugi Designer Toy Store, we often show artists well-known in the designer toy community, but do not limit ourselves to just designer toy creators.
Our first exhibits in 2004-5 were held in the back half of our small store and ranged from customized toy shows to more traditional paintings and drawings. While we loved showing work in our store, we began to ache for more space after nearly two years of exhibits in the increasingly cramped space. Over the next six years we moved our gallery to a seperate space and then enlarged it, finally moving in 2011 to our current location in a vintage flatiron building in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood with beautiful 14 foot ceilings and a spacious exhibit space shared with our retail store.
Over the years we have exhibited works by an impressive list of artists ranging from local Chicago artists to nationally and internationally known creators including (but certainly not limited to) Frank Kozik, Amanda Visell, Scott Listfield, Jeremiah Ketner, Ken Keirns, Coarse, Tado and well, a whole lot more.