Onitsuka Tiger establishes Tiger Gallery™,
an art gallery project that supports a diverse range of contemporary artists and creates moments for dialogue about art, innovation, and style.
Onitsuka Tiger offers its flagship store on one of the world's most prestigious shopping streets as a venue for artists to exhibit their work, providing full support for the artists and the transmission of art and craftsmanship. In addition, by creating chances for people to casually experience art, Onitsuka Tiger aims to bring wellness through the power of art to enrich people's hearts and minds, as well as revitalize the community originating from the store.
Yuki Terase and Jack Eisenberg of Art Intelligence Global (“AIG”) have been invited as the artist curators, and an exhibition will be held regularly, featuring works by talented contemporary artists from around the world. Onitsuka Tiger will not only furnish exhibition space but will also widely support the activities of participating artists by giving various opportunities, including designing the store windows.
Art Intelligence Global
Yuki began her art career at Sotheby’s in 2011 and was appointed Head of Contemporary Art, Asia, in 2018.
During her tenure, Yuki drove Hong Kong’s bi-annual contemporary art auctions into $100 million+ events and secured market leadership in Asia for seven consecutive seasons. In addition to overseeing record-breaking sales of works by major Asian contemporary artists, Yuki established new benchmarks for Western art in Asia and was instrumental in placing numerous blue-chip works into prominent private and institutional collections.
Known for her innovative curatorial approach, Yuki worked with a number of cultural leaders in organizing pioneering themed auctions that influenced collecting habits in the Asian market.
Prior to joining Sotheby’s, Yuki worked at Morgan Stanley’s Mergers and Acquisition advisory team in Tokyo.
Director of Artist Programs
Art Intelligence Global
Prior to joining AIG, Jack Eisenberg spent over five years at CLEARING gallery.
As a director he worked with artists to strategize their careers and organize exhibitions, collectors and advisors to help build collections, and curators to facilitate museum acquisitions.
As AIG’s Director of Artist Programs, Jack works with artists to coordinate exhibitions and special projects.