“19th DOMANI:The Art of Tomorrow” Exhibition
|Date||Sat., Dec. 10, 2016 –
Sun., Feb. 5, 2017
(Tue.,Dec. 20, 2016-Tue.,Jan. 10, 2017 is the year-end through the New Year's holiday)
|Opening hours||10:00-18:00 *10:00-20:00 on Fridays and Saturday
(Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
|Venue||The National Art Center, Tokyo (Kokuritsu-Shin-Bijutsukan), Special Exhibition Gallery 2E 7-22-2 Roppongi Minato-ku Tokyo, Japan|
|Organized by||Agency for Cultural Affairs, The National Art Center, Tokyo|
|Production||Art Venture Office SHOU|
|In cooperation of||JAPAN AIRLINES / Japan Material Co., Ltd / Nakagawa Chemical /
|General 1,000yen(Adults), 500yen(College students)
Advance/Group 800 yen(Adults), 300 yen(College students)
・Visitors who are under 18, including high school students and disabled people with ID booklets (along with the one attendant) will be admitted free.
・Group tickets will only be available at the venue (discounts only applicable to groups of 20 people or more). ・Tickets both Advance and General are available through Lawson Ticket (L-code:33931),eplus,e-tix. Service charges may apply. Advance tickets on sale from October 11 (Tue.) until December 9 (Fri.)
(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)|
※As a writer information, posted by name (dispatch year, the dispatch country),year of birth, expression region.
※The dispatch year, the order of the kana syllabary.
Akiko IKEUCHI (1998・America)
born in 1967 Contemporary Art
《Knotted Thread-Red-h120cm》 2009
Exhibition of gallery 21 yo-j
Yo OKADA (2002・United Kingdom)
born in 1974 Painting
《Garden in Face》 2006
Takao MINAMI (2010・France)
born in 1976 Media Art
《Medi》 2016 ©Takao Minami,courtesy of the artist and Ota Fine Arts
Futo AKIYOSHI (2011・Germany)
born in 1977 Contemporary Art
《naked relations》 2013 Private Collection ©Futo Akiyoshi Courtesy of TARO NASU, photo by Keizo Kioku
Akiko HOSHINA (2011・France)
born in 1971 Modern ceramic art
《Monoliths》 2013 Photo by Naoe BABA
Erina MATSUI (2012・Germany)
born in 1984 Contemporary Art
《Planet of the Faces-Reincarnation!!!-》 2016
Asae SOYA (2013・America)
《Circles》 2008 Coll. of FUJITSU FSAS INC.
Soichiro MIHARA (2013・Australia)
born in 1980 Media Art
《blank project#3 cosmos》 2016 ※Reference image
© Tokyo Wonder Site Photo: TADA (YUKAI)
Terue YAMAUCHI (2014・Philippines)
born in 1982 Installation
《Kabugwas》 2016 Courtesy of the artist ©Terue Yamauchi
Tomoki IMAI (2015・Holland)
born in 1974 Photography
《In Their Eyes》 2016 © NIOD
Ryo ORIKASA (2015・Canada)
born in 1986 Animation
《Datum point》 2015
Tomiyuki KANEKO (2015・Cambodia)
born in 1978 Japanese style paintings born in 1983
《Red Banas Pati Raja》 2012 Coll. of Hitachinokuni Izumotaisha Photo by Kei MIYAJIMA
© KANEKO Tomiyuki Courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery
Youki HIRAKAWA (2015・Germany)
born in 1983 Contemporary Art
《A candle》 2012 ※Reference image
In addition to the large-scale group exhibition that makes full use of the high-ceiling space of the National Art Center in Tokyo, we launched the “DOMANI PLUS” exhibition, a smaller exhibition which increased its level of curation in 2015. These two projects are designed as the second stage of the development program for upcoming artists run by the Agency. In other words both projects aim to be good opportunities to present talented artists, who have already been sent to study abroad as the first stage of the development program, to the Japanese art scene.
The 19th DOMANI Exhibition will focus on showcasing the work of these fresh artists who have completed their overseas study on the program relatively recently. Making use of the rich space in the National Art Center, Tokyo, the lineup of artists will be varied in terms of material and expression, ranging from painting to photography, video, animation, installation, ceramics, media art, and so on. Their study countries are also not restricted in Europe and North America, but also spread widely across Asia and the Southern Hemisphere. Under the loose theme of “re_consider Japan”, this will be a valuable opportunity to re-consider Japan with "2020" fast-approaching. We hope this will be a good place to encounter talented artists who will lead the Japanese art scene in the 2020s.
(*)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 3,330 artists have participated so far(Including art department is about 1,230). 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.