This year's Kyotographie Photo Festival is set to open on 19 April. For three weeks, the Japanese city will be hosting a total of 13 photography exhibitions, based on the theme of Our Environments.
Lucille Reyboz, who co-founded and organises the festival together with Yusuke Nakanishi, wanted the event to reflect our relationship with nature and our surroundings.
The exhibited works will include Werner Bischof's famous images of Japan during the post-war era, as well as works by Xavier Barral (Mars, a Photographic Exploration), Akiko Takizawa (Where We Belong), Tim Flach (More Than Human) and Taishi Hirokawa ('Still Crazy' – Nuclear Power Plants as Seen in Japanese Landscapes).
Further information at Kyotographie