Past Exhibition




A Witness of History

MARC RIBOUD



Painter on the Eiffel, Paris  1953




2019. 3, September (tues) − 27, October (sun)
Opening Hours 10:00 a.m. − 6:00 p.m. ( Last Entry 5:30 p.m. )
Closed Mondays ( 9/16, 9/23, 10/14 Open )

Admission Fee General JPY 1,000  Students JPY 800
Anniversary Issue “ Marc Riboud “, JPY 3,200




  Introduction ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Marc Riboud, with his outstanding photographs witnessing our times, was one of the most representive photojounalists and artists of today. Living in an age when terrorism and natural disasters frequently occur all over the world, where the boundary between fantasy and reality is fading away rapidly, his works, while reflecting his respect for humannature and his "photographs must be taken without an exchange of glances between the photographer and the subject. Without giving, without returning anything, I just shoot.", said Mark Riboud. Nevertheless, We can receive so many medssages from his photographs.Marc Riboud's works convey his joy of seeing, as well as his deep sorrow for today's world.

Yoshitomo Kajikawa, Director of Kahitsukan - Kyoto Museum of Contemporary Art



  Marc Riboud ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------













  Works ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------






Open-Air Confession during a Pilgrimage of Catholic Students, France 1953







Walking Man, Leeds, England 1954








Jan Rose, Washington D.C. 1967







Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Vietnam 1968






Ho chi Minh and Pham Van Dong, Hanoi, Vietnam 1968







Winston Churchill, Blackpool, England 1954







Chou En Lai, France 1971








View of the 1st floor









Num and Taxi, Paris 1953







Anouk Grinberg, Paris 1991







Forbidden City under Snow, Beijing 1957




  Biography ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------





Marc Riboud, Watergate 1973




1923

1945

1948

1953

1954

1959

1961

1966

1969

1975

2002

2004

2005

 

 

2011

2012

2019

Born in Lyon

Studied engineering in Lyon

Become a photographer

Moved to Paris, Where he met Cartier-Bresson and Capa

Sent to London by Capa to take photographs and lean English

Elected European vice president of Magnum, a position he continued to hold until 1973

Made Several visits to African countries emerging to independence

Won overseas Press Club award for his book "The Three Banners of China"

Won overseas Press Club award for his book "Face of the North Vietnum"

Resigned from Magnum and become a contributor

Life time Achievement Award, in New York

A retrospective exhibition is held in the Europe Photo Museum in Paris

Kahitsukan・Kyoto Museum Contemporary Art add to its collection 136 of Marc Riboud's

original prints

exhibition is held in the Kahitsukan Kyoto Museum of Contemporary Art

A retrospective exhibition is held in the Diren Art exhibition in China

A retrospective exhibition is held in the Kahitsukan Kyoto Museum of Contemporary Art

A retrospective exhibition is held in the Kahitsukan Kyoto Museum of Contemporary Art




 
At Kyoto 2005
 
At Kyoto 2005



 
At Kyoto 2005
 
At Kahitsukan with Kajikawa 2005




  WExhibition Information----------------------------------------------------------------------------------




A Witness of History
MARC RIBOUD

2019. 3, September (tues) − 27, October (sun)

Opening Hours 10:00 a.m. − 6:00 p.m. (Last Entryl 5:30 p.m.)

Closed Mondays (9/16, 9/23, 10/14 Open)

Venue Kahitsukan - Kyoto Museum of Contemporary Art

Location 271, Kitagawa, Gion, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto 605-0073 JAPAN

  Admissions General JPY 1,000 / Students JPY 800


Anniversary Issue  “MARC RIBOUD Catalogue“, JPY 3,200

Museum’s Collection of Kitaoji Rosanjin on view in the basement



  Museum Goods ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------






Anniversary Issue
“MARC RIBOUD Catalogue“, JPY 3,200




 


Postcards A
8 postcards sold in sets, JPY 1,000





 


Postcards B
8 postcards sold in sets, JPY 1,000





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