Domani: The Art of Tomorrow

Domani: The Art of Tomorrow

Since 1967, the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs has been helping ship promising artists overseas to spend some quality time with masters of their respective disciplines. In the late '90s, the agency presumably realised that the public might be interested in the fruits of these activities, and so the annual 'Domani' exhibition was born. The eight artists featured in the 14th edition of the show include photographer Tsukasa Yokozawa, sculptor Mamoru Abe and painter Sako Kojima. Moreover, as this year marks the 45th anniversary of the snappily titled Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists, over 50 of the program's alumni will also be exhibiting new pieces – just to show that all that government money was well spent.

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