Celebrating its 21st edition this year, the “Domani: The Art of Tomorrow” exhibition started in 1998.
This is a large scale show with multiple artists, all who have taken part in the Agency for Cultural Affairs Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists.
This is a program where the artists are sent overseas for a period of study – ranging between 20 days and 3 years.
The event takes place at the National Art Center, Tokyo.
It is the final event of the Heisei period and features artists who were born in the later Showa period (after 50) which is from the mid 70’s onwards. All started their careers in the Heisei period (from 1989).
The exhibition includes work from the following artists:
Subtitled “End of the Heisei Period,” the 21st “Domani” exhibition showcases examples of exciting talent who have completed the study program in recent years and whose artworks are suitable for the Center’s spacious exhibition spaces.