Tokyographie 2019 - Tokyo Photography Festival
The Tokyoite brother of the Kyotography art festival
Tokyographie photography festival returns for its second year and takes place in the Japanese capital from November 29 to January 12 2020. Discover the artists and exhibitions not to be missed!
Kyotographie is a world-class photography event, held in Kyoto for the last seven years for one month in the spring. In 2019, Kyotographie presented eleven exhibitions of photographs by Japanese and international artists, displayed in the most beautiful contemporary or traditional settings around Kyoto. This fall/winter, a selection of the 2019 exhibits from Kyotographie will be shown in Tokyo.
The 2019 edition of Tokyographie will be held from November 29 to January 12 2020 in different districts of the Japanese capital.
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Ullinish Point, Isle of Skye, Scotland, 2013. Photo by Albert Watson.
Credit: Ullinish Point, Isle of Skye, Scotland, 2013. Photo by Albert Watson.
Tokyographie ©︎ Kensaku Seki
Credit: ©︎ Kensaku Seki
ヴェロニカ・ゲンシツカ 《Untitled #5》 from the Traces series, 2015–2017. Courtesy of the artist and Jednostka gallery
Credit: ヴェロニカ・ゲンシツカ 《Untitled #5》 from the Traces series, 2015–2017. Courtesy of the artist and Jednostka gallery
Credit: ©︎ Vik Muniz x Ruinart, 2019
The theme for 2019 is "VIBE"
A VIBE is a distinct emotional atmosphere, something felt intuitively and deeply linked to our mood: vibrations that affect you when you meet a person, a memory or an event, visit a place or hear a piece of music.
These invisible waves, positive and negative, influence our experience, they can separate us or connect us.
Albert Watson, "Wild - Paradise Lost" presented by FUJIFILM & BMW, from November 29 to December 12,
Kensaku Seki, "2: 16.22 - the other side of the record" presented by FUJIFILM, from November 29 to December 12,
Benjamin Millepied, "Freedom in the Dark" supported by ZADIG & VOLTAIRE, from November 30 to December 15,
Weronika Gesicka, "What a Wonderful World" supported by agnès b. with the patronage of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute, from November 30 to January 12,
Vik Muniz, "Shared Roots" presented by Ruinart, from November 30 to December 8.
Find all the programming on the Tokyographie website.