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DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition 2021 Artists of the Agency for Cultural Affairs' Overseas Training Program for New Artists Space Will Be Born

Period: Jan 30, 2021 - Mar 7
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The DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition, which was held at the National Art Center, Tokyo at the beginning of each year, is now in its 23rd year. Faced with a pandemic and deep cultural interruptions from early spring, the event was at one point abuying. However, because of this situation, as a banner that the Agency for Cultural Affairs will continue to support young mid-career artists, following the "DOMANI Tomorrow Exhibition plus online 2020", which was developed online for the first time this summer and was well received, we will return to the real exhibition at the National Art Center, Tokyo again.

This time, seven emerging artists with training experience in each country in the past 10 years will be joined by Kyo Takemura, Kengo Kito, and Kyotaro Hakamada, who are currently active at the forefront of the art scene, to reveal japanese actual and internationally open expressions that have entered the "2020s." The subtitle was "Space is born". With the 10th anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake just around the next decade, through the margins of space and landscape created by the disaster that are still deeply remembered, and the time margins experienced in the stay home of coronal disaster, I thought again about what is really important, and asked that the time is coming to open the door to the next future.

Please look forward to an exhibition in which artists who have been working on the premise of international movement and presentation have been thinking in the midst of encountering a long-term obstructive art scene.

Hours10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. *Last admission 30 minutes before closing
HolidayEvery Tuesday (except February 23 (Tue/Holiday) and Closed on 24th (Wed))
TransportationTokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Nogizaka Station Aoyama Cemetery Ticket Gate Exit 6 (Directly connected to the Museum)
Approximately 5 minutes' walk from Roppongi Station exit 4a on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Approximately 4 minutes' walk from Roppongi Station on the Oedo Line of the Toei Subway Exit 7
AdmissionAdults 1,000 yen (800 yen), University students 500 yen (300 yen)

※ ( ) is the advance fee.
* Admission is free for high school students and those under the age of 18 (student ID card or age must be understood).
* Admission is free for those who bring a disability handbook (including one accompanying person).
* Advance tickets are available on the exhibition website, Lawson Ticket (L code: 34368), and ePlus. (Sold from Monday, January 4, 2021 to Friday, January 29, 2021.) After that, only same-day tickets are handled. Fees may be charged. Advance tickets are not available at the National Art Center, Tokyo.
* In order to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, we have decided not to sell group tickets at this exhibition.
* Those who present tickets for other special exhibitions and public exhibitions held at the museum during the exhibition, or exhibition tickets (half-ticket accepted) held at the Suntory Museum of Art (eligible for the back discount), can see the 200 yen discount on the day fee.


2E, Special Exhibition Room, National Art Center, Tokyo, 7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
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