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BMW Japan Corp.

BMW Group Japan has pledged its support for KYOTOGRAPHIE
for three years beginning in 2017.
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シャネル株式会社
CHANEL K.K

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ルイナール (MHD モエ ヘネシー ディアジオ株式会社)
Ruinart (MHD Moët Hennessy Diageo K.K.)

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FUJIFILM

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ネスレネスプレッソ株式会社
Nestle Nespresso K.K.

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shu uemura cosmetics inc.

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ソニーPCL 株式会社
Sony PCL Inc.

全日本空輸株式会社
ALL NIPPON AIRWAYS CO., LTD

ハースト婦人画報社
Hearst Fujingaho Co., Ltd

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オムロン株式会社
OMRON Corporation

株式会社シグマ
SIGMA CORPORATION

京都リビング新聞社
Kyoto living shimbun,inc.

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アニエスベー
agnès b.

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株式会社プチバトージャパン
Petit Bateau Japan

株式会社ジェイアール西日本伊勢丹
WEST JAPAN RAILWAY ISETAN

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日本写真印刷株式会社
Nissha Printing Co., Ltd.

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ボロレ・ロジスティクス・ジャパン株式会社
Bolloré Logistics Japan K.K.

ハイアットリジェンシー京都

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ザ・ノース・フェイス (株式会社ゴールドウイン)
THE NORTH FACE (GOLDWIN inc)

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法喜文化
DHARMA JOY

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鳳電気土木株式会社

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有限会社東京カラー工芸社
Tokyo Color Kogei-sha

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株式会社フレームマン
Frameman Co., Ltd

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ピエール・エルメ・パリ
PIERRE HERMÉ PARIS

NTT都市開発
NTT Urban Development

然花抄院
ZEN KASHOIN

株式会社高島屋
Takashimaya

株式会社 大丸松坂屋百貨店
Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores Co.Ltd.

藤井大丸
Fujii Daimaru

若林株式会社 / SOU・SOU
WAKABAYASHI Co., Ltd. / SOU・SOU

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シャネル・ネクサス・ホール
CHANEL NEXUS HALL

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フランス国立造形芸術センター(CNAP)
Centre national des arts plastiques

Éditions Xavier Barral

LUMA Foundation

FOUNDATION
FOR THE EXHIBITION OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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Galerie du jour agnes.b

京都文化博物館
The Museum of Kyoto

ギャラリー エスター ワーデホフ
Galerie Esther Woerdehoff

テキサス大学ハリーランソンセンター
Harry Ransom Center / University of Texas, Austin

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ギメ東洋美術館
Musée national des arts asiatiques Guimet

Stevenson

タカ・イシイギャラリー
Taka Ishii Gallery

ユミコ チバ アソシエイツ
YUMIKO CHIBA ASSOCIATES

学校法人 立命館
Rtisumeikan University

Arnold and Augusta Newman Foundation

文化庁
Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan

Mondriaan Fund

プロ・ヘルベチア( スイス・アーツ・カウンシル)
Pro Helvetia (Swiss Arts Council)
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アンスティチュ・フランセ日本
Institut français du Japon 関西版

公益財団法人朝日新聞文化財団
The Asahi Shimbun Foundation

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公益社団法人企業メセナ協議会
Association for Corporate Support of the Arts

公益財団法人 信頼資本財団
TRUST CAPITAL Foundation

京都府
Kyoto Prefecture

イタリア文化会館̶大阪
Italian Cultural Institute in Osaka

オランダ王国大使館
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

在日スイス大使館
Embassy of Switzerland in Japan

セルバンテス文化センター東京
Instituto Cervantes de Tokio

スぺイン大使館
Embassy of Spain in Tokyo

Association pour la mise en valeur
de la grotte ornée du Pont-d’Arc,
dite Grotte Chauvet

在大阪イタリア総領事館
Consolato Generale d’Italia Osaka

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ハースト婦人画報社
Hearst Fujingaho Co., Ltd

きょうとあす
Kyoto-Asu

シティリビング京都
Cityliving Kyoto

リビング京都
LIVING Kyoto

京都新聞
The Kyoto Shimbun

ル マガジン デュ モンド
Le magazine du Monde

株式会社デイズジャパン
DAYS JAPAN

アサヒカメラ
Photography Journal Asahicamera

IMA 株式会社アマナ
IMA amana inc.

株式会社アーキエムズ
Archi M’s Co., Ltd.

ANAクラウンプラザホテル京都 
ANA CROWNE PLAZA KYOTO.

アートトランジット株式会社 
Art Transit Co.,Ltd

アワガミファクトリー 
Awagami Factory

庵町家ステイ
Iori Machiya Stay

imura art gallery

株式会社宇佐美松鶴堂
Usami Shokakudo Co. Ltd.

エムシードゥコー株式会社
MCDecaux, Inc.

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ガクブチのヤマモト
YAMAMOTO. CO., LTD

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Gallery SUGATA

株式会社 響映
KYOEI Co.,Ltd.

京都駅ビル開発株式会社
Kyoto Station Building Development Co.,Ltd.

株式会社 京都吉田山社中
KYOTO YOSHIDAYAMA SYACHU CO.,LTD

Gufram

株式会社グラフィック
GRAPHIC Corporation

株式会社 黒船
QUOLOFUNE Co., Ltd.


株式会社ゴードー
GODO CO., LTD.

誉田屋源兵衛
Kondaya Genbei

佐々木酒造株式会社
Sasaki Sake Brewery

嶋臺(しまだい)ギャラリー
SHIMADAI GALLERY KYOTO

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青幻舎
Seigensha Art Publishing, Inc.

セレッティ
SELETTI

株式会社 虎屋
TORAYA Confectionery Co. Ltd.

株式会社Hand man
Handman.inc

美術館「えき」KYOTO
Museum “EKi” KYOTO

株式会社 フジヤ
Fujiya Co., Ltd.

FORUM KYOTO

便利堂
Benrido

株式会社ホワイトライト
WHITELIGHT.Ltd

株式会社増田德兵衞商店
Masuda Tokubee Shoten Co., Ltd

ヤマトロジスティクス株式会社
YAMATO LOGISTICS CO.,LTD.

立命館国際平和ミュージアム
Kyoto Museum for World Peace, Ritsumeikan University

両足院(建仁寺内)
Ryosokuin (Kenninji temple)

BMW Group Japan


Arnold Newman, Andy Warhol, painter and printmaker, New York, 1973 © 1973 Arnold Newman / Getty Images | BMW Art Car by Andy Warhol, BMW M1 group 4 racing version, 1979, at the Paris Photo Los Angeles at Paramount Studios © BMW AG (04/2013)
*After KYOTOGRAPHIE ends, the car will also be exhibited at BMW GROUP Tokyo Bay for two weeks starting in mid-May.

BMW and Art
For over 40 years, BMW has been a proud supporter of the arts at the international level, and is currently involved in over 100 arts-related projects around the world. BMW is primarily interested in modern and contemporary art, but it also provides long-term support of classical music, jazz, architecture, design and other genres. BMW has collaborated with – and been loved by – many artists including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Olafur Eliasson, Zubin Mehta, Anna Netrebko, and Jeff Koons.

BMW and KYOTOGRAPHIE
In its work with KYOTOGRAPHIE, BMW is keenly aware of its identity as an automobile manufacturer, with interests in innovation, guaranteeing freedom of personal expression, and allowing for the creation of revolutionary new artworks. The fit is a natural one: as an environmental model city, Kyoto shares BMW’s values concerning the promotion of sustainable mobility.
In 2017, the first year of its three-year sponsorship, BMW is supporting Japan’s first postmortem solo exhibition
of works by the famous portrait photographer, Arnold Newman. Newman’s portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Picasso, Stravinsky and other famous people are iconic images. Since 1975, BMW has been known for its Art Cars and the artists who produced them. The exhibit, which will be held on the premises of UNESCO World Heritage site Nijo Castle, will include portraits of pop artist Andy Warhol by Arnold Newman and the BMW Art Car created by Warhol transported from Germany, as well as other related images.

BMW mobility experience program during KYOTOGRAPHIE
Cruise the art of KYOTOGRAPHIE in an electric vehicle:

BMW i3 free rental program
On weekends and holidays during KYOTOGRAPHIE, BMW i3s will be available for free rental. Enjoy a dashing, zero-emissions drive through the streets of Kyoto in an easy-on-the-environment BMW i3. Anyone can register online to make a reservation.

Reception desk: in F ormer Shinpukan
Reservations can be made for
11:00-14:00 (three hours), or for
15:00-19:00 (four hours).
* The rental service desk will be open from 10:00 to 19:30.

BMW i3 Shuttle
The BMWi3 will be the official car of KYOTOGRAPHIE, operating between the various exhibition locales on weekends and holidays during the exhibition period. This is your chance to check out the electric, zero-emissions BMW i3 for yourself! A BMW i3 foiled by TOILETPAPER image will also be making the rounds. Use of these vehicles will be free of charge with your KYOTOGRAPHIE Passport.
Karasuma-Oike will be the hub, and service will be offered in three directions from there. Please check the map for locations.

Operating hours: 10:00-18:00,
no. of passengers: 3

Service is only available from stops indicated on the map.
No service outside the service area.
If you wish to get out along the route, please ask the driver.
 
◎ Nijo Castle route: roughly every 15 minutes
◎ Toraya route: roughly every 25 minutes
◎ Gion route: roughly every 30 minutes

BMW Rental Cycles
During KYOTOGRAPHIE, BMW Cruise Bikes (bicycles) will be available at Former Shinpukan information booth, for free one-day rental to KYOTOGRAPHIE Passports holders, on weekends and holidays.

BMW i is a BMW sub-brand, and the BMW i3 is the electric version, launched in April 2014, offering “sustainable mobility for urban environments.” BMW i products and services make use of innovative techniques enabling them to realize sustainable mobility through specialized design, development, planning, production and sales. The BMW i3 is an extremely lightweight vehicle, the first mass-produced vehicle to be made using CFRP (carbon-fiber reinforced polymer) for its main body structure, offsetting the extra weight of the battery. This body structure is extremely strong, offering excellent protection for the driver and passengers. The car’s low center of gravity ensures superb vehicle handling and performance.

BMW i3 – Maurizo Cattelan / Toilet Paper. (07/2016)

CHANEL / CHANEL NEXUS HALL

“Coming into Fashion – A Century of Photography at Condé Nast” KYOTOGRAPHIE 2016 Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art Annex 1F ©Takuya Oshima

Since the opening of CHANEL GINZA Building in December 2004, CHANEL NEXUS HALL has been hosting a wide variety of musical concerts and exhibitions that embody the creative spirit of founder Gabrielle Chanel.

CHANEL NEXUS HALL hosts various exhibitions, principally focused on photography. In addition to providing artists with challenges and opportunities to show their work, the venue serves as a space for unique projects and encounters that embody the special spirit of CHANEL, featuring many works previewed for the first time in public.


2013 NAOKI
2014 Signature of Elegance – W orks by Lillian Bassman
2015 Marc Riboud “Alaska”
2016 Coming into F ashion – A Century of Photography at Condé Nast

Ruinart

Erwin Olaf, “Light by Erwin Olaf presented by Ruinart,” ASPHODEL KYOTOGRAPHIE 2016 ©Takuya Oshima

Ruinart was the world’s first producer of champagne.
Ruinart is known as “Chardonnay House,” because it uses only the best chardonnay grapes harvested from Cote des Blancs and Montagne de Reims.
It is renowned for its expertise in creating champagnes that have a fresh, well-rounded, rich flavor, with clarity, finesse and elegance.
 
At KYOTOGRAPHIE in 2016, Ruinart sponsored the first-ever Japan exhibit of “Light by Erwin Olaf presented by Ruinart,” with photographic works by the world-renowned photographer Erwin Olaf.

At this year’s KYOTOGRAPHIE, Ruinart will present photographs of Giada Ripa, a descendant of the Ruinart founder. The series, entitled “The Yokohama Project 1867-2016,” builds on earlier works by Felice Beato, a photographer who came to Japan in the 1860s, and Mathilde Ruinart, a forebear of Giada’s who knew Beato.

During KYOTOGRAPHIE, visitors to Kyoto will be able to enjoy Ruinart champagne in roughly 100 bars and restaurants throughout the city.

FUJIFILM

1. Portfolio Review FUJIFILM AWARD prizes
FUJIFILM X-Pro2 Graphite Edition + Fujinon lens XF 23mm F2 R WR

2. Intro to Photo School Contest “Love,” a training program for elementary and middle-school pupils
3. KYOTOGRAPHIE collaborated photo-rogaining contest in Kyoto.

Special supplement to “Asahi Camera” 2017 April issue excerpted from KYOTOGRAPHIE GUIDE BOOK (FUJIFILM collaboration)

FUJIFILM’s motto is that “cameras were created to take photographs.” This year marks the company’s first collaboration with KY OTOGRAPHIE.
“I have a sense there is a greater distinction between ‘camera show’ and ‘photography festival’ in Japan than there elsewhere,” says Kunio Aoyama of FUJIFILM’s Marketing Divison / Optical, Electronic Imaging Products Division.
“Camera fans are interested in cameras mainly for their mechanics, and as a means for taking pictures. Photography fans are interested in the photographs, the content that results. The truth is, however, the two sides are inseparable, and people should be interested
in both. FUJIFILM is now primarily a camera manufacturer, but in the past it produced photograpic materials as well. It developed cameras in the interest of producing better photographic materials.”
Looking at the history of FUJIFILM’s product development, we see it has made film and printing paper, black-and-white and color, cameras in all imaginable formats. It has dealt in a wide range of products. As Aoyama says, “The history of photographic expression is a history of materials.”

Exciting the Artists of Today

This year, the TOILETPAPER exhibit will features a photo studio where visitors can experience the FUJIFILM GFX 50S for themselves. Several exhibitors, including Yan Kallen, Nobuyoshi Araki and Chikako Yamashiro are showing works and other artists are also offering workshops using FUJIFILM products.
“Cameras and printing paper alone may not be enough to produce great works of art, but they are the building blocks. Here we will have the opportunity to see artists of today working with the materials of today. We are happy to see that young artists are inspired by their materials.