【Hosted Event】HUB Inspire Me! ~ Lucille Reyboz / Yusuke Nakanishi / KYOTOGRAPHIE
Looking at things from a different angle creates space for innovation.
“HUB Inspire Me!” introduces top social entrepreneurs who inspire radical changes in a person’s values.
We are excited to welcome Lucille Reyboz (photographer) and Yusuke Nakanishi (light artist), Co-founders of KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival to share “What goes into launching an international festival in Japan.”
At “HUB Inspire Me!” we introduce speakers that share their valuable ideas and create compelling conversation.
This year will be the third year for the festival. Held in the ancient capital of Japan, the festival has gained much attention as one of the few international photography festivals in Japan: http://www.kyotographie.jp
Join us on Feb. 14th “HUB Inspire Me!” to hear about the story of how the festival was started in 2013 and what is in store for this coming year. The festival will be held from Friday April 18th – Sunday May 10th.
14:00 -15:15 The story of KYOTOGRAPHIE
15:15 -15:30 Information about internship opportunities
15:30 – 16:30 Idea exchange and networking
Non-Members ¥2000 / Members ¥1000 / Students ¥1000
Lucille Reyboz / Photographer
Born in 1973, Lucille Reyboz spent an important part of her childhood in Africa where she began her journey with photography. In 1999, she discovered Japan while participating in Sakamoto Ryuichi’s opera Life. First and foremost a portrait photographer, Reyboz produced numerous record covers for such labels as Blue Note and Verve. She has extensively exhibited her work all over the world, notably in Visa pour l’image (2001), Phillips de Pury in New York (2007), HSBC on the Champs-Elysées during Paris Photo (2008), CHANEL NEXUS HALL, Tokyo (2011). She has also published several books including, Batammaba Bâtisseurs d’univers, by Gallimard, Source, Belles de Bamako and Impressions du Japon by Editions de la Martinière created in collaboration with Keiichiro Hirano. Reyboz continues to be fascinated and inspired by Japan and Shinto rituals, she now lives and works in Kyoto where she created KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival with Yusuke Nakanishi in 2013.
Yususke Nakanishi / Lighting Director
Born in 1968, Yusuke Nakanishi is a lighting artist who travels the world, and expresses his impressions of light and shadow from his memories. He has worked as a lighting director for feature films, stages, music concerts, fashion shows and Interior designs. He also created the Eatable Lights object series, and has exhibited installations at the Hara Museum, the School Gallery Paris, and Nuits Blanche Kyoto. He founded KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival with Lucille Reyboz in 2013.
【Location】Impact Hub Kyoto
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