© Omar Victor Diop, Courtesy of Magnin-A Gallery.

Marie Liesse, Musée Rodin. With both hands, Louis studies the hollows and protrusions of the sculpture shaped by the hands of Rodin.
Musée Rodin. Paris. France . 2013 ©︎ Marie Liesse

© Pierre-Elie de Pibrac / Agence Vu’

© Atsushi Fukushima

Maïmouna Guerresi, The Golden Door, 2011, Lambda print, © Maïmouna Guerresi, Courtesy Mariane Ibrahim Gallery

Kai Fusayoshi, Throwing umbrellas. 1978 © Kai Fusayoshi

Atsunobu Katagiri, Sacrifice, 2013

Kazuma Obara, Waves and Home 2011–2019 © Kazuma Obara

25 days in tatsumachi studio / 鈴木薬局 眼鏡部 Suzuki Pharmacy Optometry #002, 2015 © Mari Katayama Courtesy of rin art association

Wing Shya, In the mood for love, 2000. Courtesy of Wing Shya.

Marjan Teeuwen, Destroyed House Krasnoyarsk 1, 2010

Shoji Ueda, Dad, Mom and their children, 1949 © Shoji Ueda Office

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KYOTOGRAPHIE international photography festival

8th Edition

The KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival is held annually over four weeks during the height of the spring tourist season in Kyoto, in a style that is unique in Asia. Exhibitions are spread across the city, staged creatively in various traditional and contemporary settings. The festival creates opportunities, bringing people together of all ages, cultures and backgrounds. Now recognized as one of the world’s leading photography events, KYOTOGRAPHIE has attracted some 730,000 visitors from within Japan and overseas since 2013.

Our theme for 2020 is “VISION.”

Lucille Reyboz & Yusuke Nakanishi,
Co-founders and Directors of KYOTOGRAPHIE

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