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April 2017
17:00 — 18:30
@ Former Shinpukan

Kyoto Artisan’s in Conversation: Between the Light and Darkness

During his 4 month stay for production of his new exhibition in Kyoto, Yan Kallen (2016 KG+ winner) discovered stories of family & connection, between people & nature. Partaking in the time lapse of craftmanship. In this event, he will discuss the process with three of the artisans he collaborated with. The guests are Keiko Nishimura (lacquer), Wataru Hatano (paper), and Sarasa Yoshioka (dyeing).[/column_2] [Related Exhibition] Yan Kallen | Between the Light and Darkness [fee] FREE [language] Japanese [Program name…

May 2017
13:00 — 18:00

Build your own Camera Obscura with Kyoto Artisans

4/6:13:00 – 18:00 Yamamoto Alloy Works co.,LTD 6-6 Ebisunobanba-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 4/7:13:00 – 18:00 Maki Shinto Ritual Articles Store 121-9 Kainokami-cho, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto In Yan Kallen’s exhibition you can see a “camera obscura” made in collaboration with Kyoto artisans. This is a workshop to make your own camera obscura with Kyoto artisans at their workshops. With Akihisa Yamamoto (mirror), you will cut a slice of metal & create a mirror in the traditional way. With Keitaro Maki (shintoism woodwork), you…

22:00 — 05:00


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…

11:00 — 14:00
@ Former Shinpukan

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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