CALL FOR ENTRY | KYOTOGRAPHIE International Portfolio Review 2018 2018.2.13
 
 
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Our theme for 2018 is “UP.” In today’s world it is easy to feel burdened, pulled down by the issues we face personally and as a global community. In 2018, KYOTOGRAPHIE invites you to look around, to look inside, in order to better look UP and trigger new personal and collective impetus towards ourselves and each other, to change our world through awareness, action and creation.
Our hope is that visitors encounter UP in the various forms presented in KYOTOGRAPHIE 2018 and engage with these diverse values, in turn changing mindsets and going UP in our own way!

A GAME, 1983 © Masahisa Fukase Archives

(Japan)

Dos Ladies, 1988
©︎ Alberto García-Alix

(Spain)

Grace revised and updated, painted photo, New York, 1978 © Jean-Paul Goude

(France)

Ilona at home with her daughter, Michelle, 4, Moscow, 2012
Lauren Greenfield/INSTITUTE

(U.S.A.)

Pied a terre, 2004 © Romuald Hazoumè. Courtesy October Gallery, London.

(Republic of Benin)

For “STERN”, shoes and Eiffel Tower, 1974, Paris, France © Frank Horvat

(France)

TAPE-O-GRAPHS from the HATARAKIMONO PROJECT, 2017 © K-NARF 2017

(France)

Florence Abraham, Igbogene, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. November 2012
© Gideon Mendel / Drowning World

(South Africa)

riceball mountain, 2016 © IzumiMiyazaki

(Japan)

Tenjinmine, Narita, Chiba, 2017 ©︎Tomomi Morita

(Japan)

Sacred Book, 1994 © Nakagawa Yukio

(Japan)

COASTAL MOTIFS, 2017-2018 (#9183, Ofunato, Iwate-prefecture) © Tadashi Ono / Villa Kujoyama

(Japan)

Panthers on Parade, Oakland, July 28th 1968
© Stephen Shames / Steven Kasher Gallery

(U.S.A.)