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The National Art Center "DOMANI Tomorrow 2020 Beyond the Wounded Landscape"

Period: Jan 11, 2020 - Feb 16
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The DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition was launched in 1998 as an opportunity to present the results of the "Emerging Artist Sability Overseas Training System (Zaiken)" training, which supports young artists' training conducted by overseas related organizations, and this year marks the 22nd anniversary of the exhibition.
Under the theme of "Beyond the Wounded Landscape / Landscapes in Our Age: Scarred and Reborn," this is a group exhibition of 11 artists from internationally renowned artists to emerging artists selected from many generations. Since the 20th century, japan has experienced some kind of disaster- natural disasters such as earthquakes and flood damage, as well as "scars" caused by human-made disasters such as war and environmental problems, rather than the journalistic representation immediately after, but also the expressions that were born over time. It is a project that looks at "tomorrow" - a landscape that can be seen through connecting each artist's "wounded landscape" and survives and regenerates even if it is hurt. During the exhibition, we will hold a talk event by each artist and guest to deepen the theme.

Every Friday and Saturday until 20:00
Admission is 30 minutes before closing.
HolidayClosed every Tuesday
Note: Open on Tuesday, February 11 and closed on Wednesday, February 12
AdmissionOn the day: 1,000 yen (general), 500 yen (university students)
Advance sales/ Group: 800 yen (general), 300 yen (university students)
Admission is free on Saturday, January 11, 2020.
High school students and those under the age of 18 (students who need a student ID card or age-known ones) are admitted free of charge.
Admission is free for those who bring a disability handbook (including one attendant).
Please check the website for other discounts.


National Art Center, Exhibition Room 2E
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