Kyoto Journal 86


Published July 25th, 2016

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KJ 86 chronicles an array of creative endeavours in Asia and beyond. These diverse works, spanning a wide range of media, are linked by the eye-opening and inspiring insights they offer:

Trevor Carolan interviews eminent poet and essayist Gary Snyder, now in his 86th year, about his latest book…

Celebrity photographer Russel Wong bids farewell to Tokyo’s iconic Hotel Okura…

Egyptian poet Yahia Labadibi re-engages with the ancient art of aphorism…

David Billa shares insights into the 2016 twelve-island Setouchi Triennale

Bill Clements profiles Dr. Nagai Takashi, author of The Bells of Nagasaki

Lucinda Cowing interviews the Singapore-based designers behind Lanzavecchia + Wai

Robert Fouser discovers a Japanese art renaissance in New York…

Pedro Medeiros is one of only two photographers authorized to shoot Kyoto’s fire-lit Takigi Noh performance, for the first in a series of special articles on Noh by Toyoshima Mizuho

Elle Murrell asks the founders of the Miksang Institute for Contemplative Photography to reflect on their first workshop in Asia.

Translator Cathy Hirano talks about translating children’s fiction (including Nahoko Uehashi’s popular Moribito series)

plus Margaret Chula and Michael Dylan Welch meditate on haiku…

Photographer Sophie Wright takes us to a hot afternoon in Mumbai…

Taeyin ChoGlueck pens new fiction… and much more…

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