“DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow” Exhibition 2020
Landscapes in Our Age: Scarred and Reborn

Rieko HIDAKA, Distance from the Sky XIII, 2017, Collection of the artist,
©Rieko Hidaka, Courtesy of Tomio Koyama Gallery, Photo by Kenji Takahashi

Overview

DOMANI: The Art of Tomorrow is a group exhibition presenting work by participants in the Agency for Cultural Affairs’ Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists, which was launched in fiscal 1967. In this year’s special edition, coinciding with the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, we are honored to participate in the Japan Cultural Expo 2020, a program organized by the Japanese government. Based on the Expo’s theme of “Nature” and the subtitle “Landscapes in Our Age: Scarred and Reborn” 11 artists, carefully selected from a wide range of generations, will manifest various Japanese perspectives of nature.

Date January 11 (Sat.) - February 16 (Sun.), 2020
Closed on Tuesdays
*Open on February 11 (Tue.) and closed on February 12 (Wed.) instead
Opening hours 10:00-18:00
*10:00–20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays
(Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
Venue The National Art Center, Tokyo, Special Exhibition Gallery 2E
7-22-2 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8558
Organized by Agency for Cultural Affairs, The National Art Center, Tokyo
In cooperation of JAPAN AIRLINES, Awagami Factory, COLOR SCIENCE LABO, TOP ART KAMAKURA Co.,Ltd., Taka Ishii Gallery, MIZUMA ART GALLERY
Production Art Venture Office SHOU
Admission(tax included)
General 1,000 yen (Adults), 500 yen (College students)
Advance / Group 800 yen (Adults), 300 yen (College students)
  • Free admission on January 11 (Sat.), 2020.
  • Visitors who are under 18, including high school students will be admitted free.
  • Disabled persons (along with the one assistant) will be admitted for free upon presenting the Disabled Person’s Booklet 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 the exhibition website (ONLINE TICKETS), Lawson Ticket (L-code:32559), eplus. Service charges may apply. Advance tickets on sale from December 1 (Sun.), 2019 until January 10 (Fri.), 2020.
  • 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.
  • Students, faculty and staff, of “Campus Members”, can apply for group discounts.
  • Credit card (UC, Master Card, VISA, JCB, AMEX, Diners Club, DISCOVER) , e-cash (Suica, PASMO, ICOCA, etc.), iD, J-Debit and Union Pay are available for purchasing tickets.
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