Public Events


4/15 Sun. 15:00 - 16:00 [FREE]

Sazanga-Kyu 1F
74, Suzakuhouzou-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto


Please join K-NARF where he will discuss his process and concept of THE HATARAKIMONO PROJECT. He will explain how it took him more than one year to create this Extra-Ordinary Archive made of more than one hundred tape-o-graphic portraits of Japanese workers. After the artist talk, the President of Pierre Hermé Richard Ledu and K-NARF will discuss their collaboration, sharing a special moment with the audience. There will be a book signing after this talk.

*The Pierre Hermé Paris chocolat-pâtisserie stand customized by K-NARF will be on show at this event and in the Sazanga-Kyu 1F for the duration of the festival.
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French artist based in Japan. Since the early 2000’s, K-NARF has kept inventing a playful and experimental approach to photography where the past, present and future are always interconnected. Directly a liated to the BRICOLAGE ART MOVEMENT, his work is not only limited to the image itself but also to create his own photographic world, halfway in between the imaginary and reality, using simple contemporary photographic tools and basic cra materials. Rather than just a photographer K-NARF can be described as a “photograph maker” who explores and documents the super-ordinary of the everyday life to transform it into an extra-ordinary visual archive of our time.
Sazanga-Kyu 1F
74, Suzakuhouzou-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

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