20th DOMANI: “The Art of Tomorrow” Exhibition
|Date||January 13 (Sat.)- March 4 (Sun.), 2018|
*10:00-20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing
|Venue||The National Art Center, Tokyo (Kokuritsu-Shin-Bijutsukan), Special Exhibition Gallery 2E|
|Organized by||Agency for Cultural Affairs, The National Art Center, Tokyo|
|In cooperation of||JAPAN AIRLINES|
|Production||Art Venture Office SHOU|
|General 1,000yen(Adults), 500yen(College students)
Advance/Group 800 yen(Adults), 300 yen(College students)
※All students: Please present some form of valid student ID. Those up to highschool and less than 18 years of age will be free of admission fee upon presenting a valid form of ID.
※Disabled persons (plus one accompanied person) will be free of admission fee upon presenting Disabled Person's Handbook or an equivalent form of government-issued ID.
※Group tickets (for groups of a minimum of 20 people) can only be purchased at the National Art Center, Tokyo.
※Tickets both Advance and General are available through Lawson Ticket (L-code:34889),eplus,e-tix. Service charges may apply. Advance tickets on sale from November 15th(Wed.), 2017 until January 12th(Fri), 2018 (These services are only available in Japanese)
※Visitors who present a ticket or ticket stub from another exhibition currently underway at the National Art Center, Tokyo, the Suntory Museum or the Mori Art Museum (the three facilities that make up the Roppongi Art Triangle) will be eligible for the group discount.
|Inquiries||Tel:+81 (0)3-5777-8600 (Hello Dial)|
YOSUKE AMEMIYA (2014・Netherlands)
born in 1975 Contemporary Art
BA Tama Art University,Tokyo
《Installation view at Galerie Fons Welters》2013
photo: Tamara Kuselman ※reference image
NAOYA INOSE (2015・United Kingdom)
born in 1988 Contemporary Art
Graduated Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, BA Oil Painting
UAL Chelsea College of Art And Design, London, MA (Fine art)
《Baral No.10 from series of “Tower of Babel” 》2009
MAKIKO TANAKA (2013・France)
born in 1975 Contemporary Art
Gradueted from Joshibi University of Art and Design Junior College,Department of fashion design
MICHIKO NAKATANI (2012・Germany)
born in 1981 Sculpture
B.A. in Sculpture, Tama Art University, Tokyo
Masterscholar degree, Hochschüle für Bildende Kunst Dresden
《There are the crows on that mountain 》2017
photo: Hayato Wakabayashi
YUTA NAKAMURA (2015 short time・Australia)
born in 1983 Contemporary Art
Took Ph.D in arts at Kyoto Seika University
《Atlas of Japanese Ostracon｜Kugedo, Kawagoe-shi, Saitama》2016
YOSHINARI NISHIO (2011・Kenya)
born in 1982 Art project / Art management
Art project、Art management
Ph.D. in Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
《Self Select: Migrants in Tokyo》2017
KAE MASUDA (2013・America)
born in 1978 Painting
Kyoto City University of Arts (Painting), M.A.
born in 1977 Contemporary Art
Graduated with distinction from The Royal Academy of Art and The Royal Conservatory The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands
SAORI MIYAKE (2015・France)
born in 1975 Contemporary Art
Kyoto City University of Arts, Master's Degree, Major in Faculty of Fine Arts
《The missing shade 26》2017（写真） ※reference image
KEITA MORI (2006・France / 2015 short time・Belgium)
born in 1981 Drawing
Tama Universty of Art, Tokyo, BA Fine Art
(sculpture: mixte media)
《Strings》2017 © ADAGP Keita Mori
Courtesy the artist and Galerie Catherine Putman, Paris
YANG02 (2013・Spanish・German / 2014 short time・Spanish)
born in 1984 Media art
M.F.A. Information Design Field, Design Course, Master Program of Tama Art University
photo : Naoki Takehisa
Subtitled “Memories of passagers,” the 20th annual “DOMANI” exhibition showcases examples of exciting talent who have completed the study program in recent years. Including four artists who continue to be based abroad after the program, the experiences of these artists living overseas as temporary passagers (voyagers) away from home will surely emerge in the exhibition. A related special exhibition and various satellite events will also be held to commemorate the half-century anniversary of the program and the 20th anniversary of the exhibition.
(*)Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists (past the Overseas Study Program for Artists)
This is a program under which the Agency for Cultural Affairs sends young artists overseas to support their training in their specialties. Since the 1967 fiscal year, About 3,400 artists have participated so far (Including art department is about 1,200). There are six types ‒ one-year, two-year, three-year, special (80 days), short-stay (20 to 40 days) and high school student (350 days) courses ‒ in the fields of media art, including fine art, music, dance, theater, film and stage design.
The trainees have practical training with overseas universities, art organizations and artists.
See the details of this system on the website of the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
Hibiya Library and Museum Special Exhibition20th DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow PLUS×Hibiya Library and MuseumThe Achievements of Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artists provided by the Agency for Cultural AffairsArtists meet Books ― Books as Trees and the Library as a Forest.
|Date||Thursday, 14th December – Sunday, 18th February|
|Closed||Closed on Monday, 18th December, Friday, 29th December to Wednesday, 3rd January, Monday, 15h January|
*Closed at 19:00 on Saturdays, 17:00 on Sundays, Public Holidays and Thursday, 28th December.
*Admission ends 30 minutes before closing time
|Venue||Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library and Museum
1F Special Exhibition space
|300yen(Adults), 200yen(College and High school students)
Chiyoda wards residents admitted free of charge.
Junior high school and younger children admitted free of charge.
Disabled visitors admitted free of charge with one attendant.
*Please bring documents with your address, student card or your disability identification.
|Organized by||Agency for Cultural Affairs, Chiyoda city Hibiya Library and Museum|
|In cooperation of||Art Venture Office SHOU|
ISAMU WAKABAYASHI (1973・France)
1936-2003, Sculpture / Drawing
BFA in Sculpture, Tokyo University of the Arts
collection of Wakabayashi studio
TAKANOBU KOBAYASHI (1996・Thailand)
born in 1960, Oil Painting
BFA in Oil Painting, Aichi University of the Arts
©Kobayashi Takanobu, Courtesy of Nishimura Gallery
YURIKO TERAZAKI (1998・United Kingdom)
born in 1952, Drawing
Graduated University of Hawaii
《Corpus Christi, Oxford》2001
AIKO MIYANAGA (2007・Scotland)
born in 1974, Contemporary Art
BFA in sculpture, Kyoto University of Art and Design
M.F.A. in intermedia art, Tokyo University of the Arts
private collection *Reference image
©MIYANAGA Aiko Courtesy of White Rainbow and Mizuma Art Gallery
RYO ORIKASA (2015・Canada)
born in 1986, Animation
M.F.A. in Animation, Tokyo University of the Arts
*Exhibition image of the 19th DOMANI at the National Art Center, Tokyo
photo: Shizune Shiigi
MASAHIRO HASUNUMA (2016・Germany)
born in 1981, Contemporary Art
Ph.D., Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School
《Dream of Land-twelve short stories》2015
YUKIO FUJIMOTO(Guest Artist)
born in 1950
BM in Musicology, Osaka University of Arts
《turn over (nagoya)》2012