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May 2017
06
May
13:00 — 18:00
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Build your own Camera Obscura with Kyoto Artisans

5/6:13:00 – 18:00 Yamamoto Alloy Works co.,LTD 6-6 Ebisunobanba-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 5/7:13:00 – 18:00 Maki Shinto Ritual Articles Store 121-9 Kainokami-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto *This is a tow-day workshop. On the 1st day, you cut out a metal and create a mirror and on the 2nd day you create the outer box of camera to contain the mirror. In Yan Kallen’s exhibition you can see a “camera obscura” made in collaboration with Kyoto artisans. This is a workshop to make your…

06
May
17:30 — 19:00
@ SferaExhibition
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LOVE Photobook Library from SIGMA Collection – Talk Show with Taka Kawachi

Talk show by Taka Kawachi,-a regular writer of SIGMA’s quarterly magazine “SEIN” and a portfolio reviewer for KYOTOGRAPHIE.Based on his deep insight and wealth of experience of art and photography, he advances his theory of photography. [/column_2] Taka Kawachi Taka Kawachi has extensive international experience, having graduated from the Academy of Art University of San Francisco, to then working in New York City as a book editor and curator for 15 years. Returning to Japan in 2011, he held the…

07
May
11:30 — 13:00
@ SferaExhibition
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LOVE Photobook Library from SIGMA Collection – Talk Show with Mika Kobayashi

Talk show by Mika Kobayashi-a regular writer of SIGMA’s quarterly magazine “SEIN” and a portfolio reviewer for KYOTOGRAPHIE.With her unique approach to deciphering the message of photograph, she will discuss about the photo collections. [/column_2] Mika Kobayashi Mika Kobayashi is a photo critic and curator who writes for magazines and websites, and has taught at schools and institutions in both Japan and overseas. From 2007 to 2008, she resided in the United States as a grantee of the Asian Cultural…

07
May
13:30 — 15:00
@ The Museum of Kyoto Annex
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Touch and Use It, The Tools of Paleolithic Period

When paintings were done in the Grotte Chauvet or Grotte de Lascaux our ancestors were living in a unique time we call the Paleolithic Period. Some authentic tools of this era are kept in the Museum of Kyoto, these tools were gifted to the Paleological Association of Japan, France. In this workshop, we can view these ancient tools and touch them. Participants will also use reproductions of the tools in a special workshop.

07
May
19:15 — 20:30
@ 京都文化博物館 別館 1階
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帰庵 ― 時を超える茶会

At Raphaël Dallaporta’s exhibition, images of “Chauvet Cave” appears on high resolution SONY PCL 4K monitors. Using them as borrowed scenery, Seizan Toda, deputy head priest at Daiji-in, Daitoku-ji Temple serves you tea in a handcrafted mobile bamboo teahouse – Kian. Your tea will be served in a special teabowl called Nihonmatsu by a ceramicist Toshio Matsui. These bowls were made with earth from a rice field dating back to the Yayoi Period (5th century B.C.) with more than 5000-year-old…

10
May
13:30 — 17:00
@ Usami Shokakudo Co. Ltd.
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Create Your Own “Kakejiku”

In this workshop, under the direction of a kakeijku artisan you can make and take home your own mini-kakejiku. The event also includes a tour of the workshop where the restoration of important cultural artefacts takes place, this work space is never usually open to the public. Please come with an image postcard size. In Japanese only (for how-to, English/French translation is available upon request). Limited space bookings essential. About Usami Shokakudo A Japanese mounting artisan that has a history…

12
May
19:30 — 20:30
@ The Museum of Kyoto Annex 1F
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Marihiko Hara Piano Concert

One night only special concert by Hara, the sound designer of Dallaporta’s exhibition. In front of the huge instalation with wondrous images of Chauvet Cave, Hara plays piano and other instruments. Special drinks by Volver will be served as well. *Doors open: 19:00 Volver http://shishikuramegumi.com [/column_2] Marihiko Hara www.marihikohara.com [/column_2] [/column_1] This event is full. Thank you for many applications![/column_2] [Related Exhibition] Raphaël Dallaporta | The elusive Chauvet – Pont-d’Arc Cave [Fee] ¥2,000 *includes entrance fee to the venue [Program…

12
May
22:00 — 05:00
@ CLUB METRO
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KYOTOGRAPHIE ×「CLUB LUV+ 2017」

Part 1: 22:00 – 23:00 : “PHOTOGRAPHIE & LOVE” – Through Zanele Muholi’s Work [JP] One of the exhibiting artists of KYOTOGRAPHIE 2017, Muholi currently resides in Johannesburg and works toward raising awareness about problems the LGBT community and particularly black lesbians face in South Africa. Yuka Kanno (associate professor, Doshisha University/Queer Studies, Film and Visual Culture Studies) and Sohei Nishino (associate professor, Kyoto Seika University/Sociology) discuss and read Muholi’s work from the perspective of art scene and history of…

13
May
All Day
@ Institut français du Japon
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Photographic Workshop: ‘How I Grew’ presented Reylia Slaby

[/column_1] [/column_1] Everyone has their own story. But more than that, each person has a vast array of experiences, emotions, and thoughts that are trapped, and struggle to be expressed. Be it that this struggle comes from fear, or even something as simple as stress. The aim of the class is to enable students the ability to more effectively express those ideas, and to embrace their own unique way of storytelling through photography. Going step-by-step with a concept, you can…

13
May
11:00 — 14:00
@ Former Shinpukan
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Artist Talk: Akihito Yoshida

Please join photographer Akihito Yoshida and KYOTOGRAPIE’s Co-Founder and Co-Director Yusuke Nakanishi in an open dialogue about ‘Leaves Falling’. This body of work was collated into a handmade photo-book and exhibition. This story is a deep and intimate family history of love and tragedy. [/column_1] [/column_1] [Related Exhibition] Akihito Yoshida | Falling Leaves [Fee] Free [Language] Japanese [Program name for reservation] Artist Talk: Akihito Yoshida[/column_1]

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