Kyotographie is staged in exceptional and various locations, such as temples, Machiya (Kyoto townhouses), and Western style buildings. This will infuse the city with photographic images during the festival. The festival also plans to organize unofficial, independently run exhibitions (KG+) in more than ten venues, such as select café galleries. Furthermore, Kyotographie will publish and sell an official catalogue of high quality.
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