1 / 8       ReallyGood, Murder, 2008. © Noh Suntag.
2 / 8       Homeschooling Chalkboard, Tennessee, 2008. © Lucas Foglia. Courtesy of galerie du jour agnès b. Paris.
3 / 8       The "Sapeurs" of Bacongo, 2008. © Baudoin Mouanda.
4 / 8       Alaska, 1958. © Marc Riboud.
5 / 8       Jessy, Dortmund, 2006. © Oliver Sieber.
6 / 8       Tsugi no yoru e, 2010. © Yusuke Yamatani. Courtesy of Yuka Tsuruno Gallery.
7 / 8       Francis Wolff, John Coltrane "Blue Train", session of September 15th, 1957. © Mosaic Images LLC.
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Kyotographie 2015

Kyotographie is a world-class photographic festival presented annually in Kyoto (Japan) over three weeks during the height of the spring tourist season. With a style that is unique in Asia, Kyotographie presents outstanding photography through original scenography in Kyoto City's traditional and contemporary architectural spaces. Recognized as a distinguished photographic event, the festival successfully established its reputation in 2014, attracting around 40,000 visitors from across the country and overseas.
The program of the 3rd annual festival – which will take place between the 18th of April and the 10th of May, 2015 – will be dedicated to the theme TRIBE - What’s your Story? and will include original collaborations for scenography and public programs, exhibiting 14 widely recognized and celebrated Japanese and international photographers from 9 countries in 15 iconic venues, some of which have never been opened to the public. Coinciding with the major festival program an extensive Education and Public Program is presented, including artist talks, lectures, children's workshops, photographic workshops and exciting evening events. Kyotographie also fosters opportunities for emerging photographers through its major satellite event KG+.
In fact, Kyotographie aims to foster an appreciation of photography as a medium and art form. The festival brings together the international arts community to create opportunities and events that generate quality exchanges for people of all ages and cultures. Further information is available here.

Kyotographie – International Photography Festival 2015
various venues - Kyoto (Japan)
18 April – 10 May 2015

opening times: various, depending on the exhibition venue
admission fee: full price 2,500 Yen | special reduced-price ticket 1,500 Yen for students | free admission for children under 15 years old and at Toraya Kyoto Gallery, at Comme des Garçons Kyoto and at Kondaya Genbei Kurogura
info: www.kyotographie.jp

published on 2015-04-21 in NEWS / EVENTS

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