JP

KG+ SELECT 12 Artists

Exhibition period: 12th Apr. – 12th May 2019 11:00 - 18:00
Closed: Tue. Wed.(Open on National holidays)

Exhibition venue:former Junpu Elementary School
[609-1 Kakimoto, Omiya Hanayacho-agaru, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8357] >MAP

12 finalists will be selected among the candidates and be in invited to show their works in the former Jumpu Elementary School building. The Winner, elected by the KG+2019 Jury, will be invited to participate in the following year’s KYOTOGRAPHIE Main Programme with a Solo show and receive ¥500,000 toward production costs.

KG+ SELECT | 2019 Grand-prix

Winner

Atsushi Fukushima
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福島あつし

Committee Review and Artist Interview




Ho Wing Ka Jimmi 
HK
Laundry Art
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Tsubasa Fujikura 
JPN
NEON-SIGN
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Garrett O. Hansen 
USA
HAIL
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Armelle Kergall 
FRA
Anatomy of a French family- investigation in progress
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Chika & Ichio Usui 
JPN
Communities bound together
by a common destiny

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Atsushi Fukushima 
JPN
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Nao Nakai 
JPN
Shu
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Keiji Fujimoto  
JPN
Forget-me-not
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Jun Fujiyasu 
JPN
Sense of Wonder
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Hirotsugu Horii 
JPN
Unseen River
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LEE Wing Ki 
HK
Faded
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Sangsun Bae 
KOR
Moonbow
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KG+ SELECT Selection committee

Pascal Beausse
Art critic & curator
Head of Photographic Collections, Centre national des arts plastiques, Paris.

Mariko Takeuchi
Photography Critic & Independent Curator
Associate Professor of Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto

François Cheval
Co-founder of The Red Eye
Artistic Director of Festival Circulation(s), Paris
Co-director of Lianzhou Museum of Photography
Former Director of Musée Nicéphore Niépce, Chalon-sur-Saône, France

Audrey Hoareau
Co-founder of The Red Eye
Artistic Director of Festival Circulation(s), Paris
Assistant Director of Lianzhou Museum of Photography
Former Assistant Curator in Musée Nicéphore Niépce, Chalon-sur-Saône, France

RongRong & inri
Photographers, Founders of Three Shadows Photography Art Centre.
Mouna Mekouar
Art critic & Curator
Lives between Paris, France and Marrakech, Morocco