Dates/ Times: May 3 (Wed. National holiday) – 14 (Sun) 12:00-19:00
※ Open from 11:00am on Sunday 14 May, the final day of the KG+ 2017

Venue: Former Junpu Elementary School

Two Rivers ©Tomomi Morita

The KG+Award 2107 Grand Prix was awarded to Tomomi Morita, based in Kyoto and Tokyo, confirming his place in KYOTOGRAPHIE 2018. To mark this event, and to introduce more people to the exhibitions held for the KG+ 2017 Award, 9 exhibitions were selected to be shown again at the former Junpu Elementary School, including Morita’s, the Award finalists’, and exhibitions that have since ended. Exhibitions that were originally held at venues other than the former Junpu Elementary School will be spatially reconstructed. It’s Just Love by finalist Sophie Ebrard is being exhibited at FRANKWORK STUDIO near the former Junpu Elementary School, until May 7.

Exhibiting artists
Tomomi Morita (KG+ 2017 Award Grand Prix/ finalist)
Mako Mizobuchi (KG+ 2017 Award finalist)
Yuju Chen (KG+ 2017 Award finalist)
Kenji Ushikubo (KG+ 2017 Award finalist)
Hayato Nishimura
Yuki93
LAKUA/ Manabu Yamada
Sandra Guldemann Duchatellier

Hayato Nishimura “Commons” exhibition-related event
Exhibiting Scientists
May 14 (Sun.) 14:00 – 17:00
About: Exhibiting a theoretical physicist’s use of the blackboard for research activities “just as it happens”.
Held at Hayato Nishimura’s exhibition space on the 2nd floor in the former Jumpu elementar school(enter and exit as you wish)
Guest: Koji Hashimoto Osaka University Graduate School of Sciences professor
GOOD TIME COFFEE
a coffee shop open exclusively throughout the duration of the exhibitions.

We would love for you to enjoy the photography exhibitions as well as the coffee.
Open: May 7 (Sun.) 12 (Fri.) 13 (Sat.) 14 (Sun.) during exhibition times.

Hand-drip Coffee Lesson
Hand-drip workshop at the「GOOD TIME COFFEE」space from 13:00~ on May 14 (Sun.).
Fee: ¥1500 reservation required.