Domani: The Art of Tomorrow Exhibition Plus: Artists meet Books - Books as Trees and the Library as a Forest

The Hibiya Library Museum

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[Image: Yuriko Terazaki "Christ Church Library 3, Oxford" (2005)]

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Group show presenting the work of guest artist Yukio Fujimoto alongside that of six participants in the Agency for Cultural Affairs’ “Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists,” which was established in 1967 and provides an opportunity for budding artists to study abroad. Held at Hibiya Library Museum, it introduces the approach of cutting-edge contemporary artists to books, reading, and libraries. Impressive works of various genres, such as paintings, installations and animations, can be enjoyed under one roof at this exciting event exploring encounters with art and books.
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Artist Talk Vol. 1: “Isamu Wakabayashi - Overseas research: Visiting paleolithic cave ruins”
Date: Jan. 21 (Sun), 2018, 14:00-15:30
Venue: Small Hall, 4F Studio Plus, Hibiya Library & Museum
Speakers: Ayako Yodo, Tsutomu Mizusawa
Capacity: 60
Admission: Free

Artist Talk Vol. 2: “Libraries, memory and books - As told through overseas experience in the U.K.”
Date: Feb. 4 (Sun), 2018, 14:00-15:30
Venue: Small Hall, 4F Studio Plus, Hibiya Library & Museum
Speakers: Yuriko Terazaki, Aiko Miyanaga
Capacity: 60
Admission: Free

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*Events in Japanese.

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Schedule

from December 14, 2017 to February 18, 2018
Closed from Dec. 29 (Fri) to Jan. 3 (Wed). Opening 10:00-19:00 on Saturdays, 10:00-17:00 on Sundays, Public Holidays and Dec. 28 (Thu).

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