Le festival de Kyotographie est reporté au mois de Septembre 2020.
The 8th edition of the KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival will be held from September 19th–October 18th 2020, presenting over 13 exhibitions centered around the theme “VISION”, all shown in iconic Kyoto venues with original scenography.
KYOTOGRAPHIE, held in the spring in the ancient city of Kyoto, is one of the few truly international artistic events taking place in Japan. While honoring its millennium of history and tradition, Kyoto is at the same time a leading light of culture on an international scale. Valuable collections of photography and works by internationally renowned artists are exhibited in elegant, historic buildings as well as modern architectural spaces. Some shows feature the work of traditional artisans, while others highlight collaborations with the most modern technology. The exhibitions are presented outside the traditional galley format and work in harmony with the spaces in which they reside. Our goal is to present a multifaceted photography festival that cannot be found anywhere else but Kyoto.
Omar Victor Diop
Marie Liesse – Curated by Marina Amada
Pierre-Elie de Pibrac – Curated by India Dhargalkar
presented by CHANEL NEXUS HALL
Atsushi Fukushima – KG+ select 2019 Award Winner
Mari Katayama – Curated by Simon Baker
« Post Fukushima – A conversation between Atsunobu Katagiri and Kazuma Kohara”
Wing Shya – Curated by Karen Smith
presented by BMW
Shoji Ueda – Curated by Masako Sato
Ruinart Exhibition – presented by Ruinart
Ruinart exhibition program announced in March 2020