Art gallery owner Alex Grey has launched a $10 million ad campaign for his Japanese art collection, which he says is being unfairly targeted by global critics.

“I have a Japanese art collector and I’ve been trying to convince him to take a chance on my collection for the past couple of years,” Mr Grey told ABC News.

“And he’s not buying.”

Mr Grey’s Japanese art is among the best known in the world, including works by masterpieces by masters such as Takao Tomita and Katsuhiro Otomo.

Mr Grey is also the co-founder of a new art gallery in the United States, Tokyo Art Museum, which will open this month.

The new gallery is in the heart of New York City, and Mr Grey said he would be looking to increase the collection in the US.

Mr Gray said the new exhibit will feature work by famous Japanese artists such as Keiji Inagaki, who was also an artist at the New York Art Museum.

“When he’s in the studio, he’s making art that is almost impossible to reproduce,” Mr Gray told ABC news.

“He’s so good, it’s so hard to compare.

“If people don’t like it, they can go home. “

“They’re going to be like ‘I’m not buying that’.” The exhibition is set to open in November and is being launched on the eve of Mr Grey becoming the new CEO of Tokyo Art Museums, the company he co-founded in 2003. “

Mr Edo said Mr Grey had been approached by more than 30 Japanese art collectors to commission a collection for Tokyo Art. “

They’re going to be like ‘I’m not buying that’.” The exhibition is set to open in November and is being launched on the eve of Mr Grey becoming the new CEO of Tokyo Art Museums, the company he co-founded in 2003.

Mr Edo said Mr Grey had been approached by more than 30 Japanese art collectors to commission a collection for Tokyo Art.

“We are very impressed with the level of detail, and the depth of colour, and everything that goes into the paintings,” Mr Edod said.

Japanese critics have labelled Mr Grey a racist and a misogynist for his use of Japanese language to describe the artists and art he displays. “

For us, it is a real honour to be able to work with Alex Grey, who is an amazing artist and has a real passion for art.”

Japanese critics have labelled Mr Grey a racist and a misogynist for his use of Japanese language to describe the artists and art he displays.

In 2013, a woman who said she was raped by Mr Grey after having sex with him in Tokyo called the art gallery owner a “racist” and a “sexist”.

The Tokyo Art Institute’s Japanese department was forced to cancel a lecture on the subject because the lecture was titled “Sex, racism, and Japanese art”.

A woman who worked in the Japanese art gallery said she had experienced “toxic and dangerous” behaviour by Mr Gray.

“At a time when there’s a lot of racism in Japan, this is really a shock,” the woman, who did not want to be named, told ABC’s 7.30.

What’s happening is that people are trying to do this without thinking.”