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Support Japan through Illustrations

March. 11 seen through the eyes of comic artists from all over the world : Magnitude Zero

The earthquake of 11 March 2011, and the nuclear accident it caused, was a huge shock not just nationally but also overseas.

At Kyoto International Manga Museum, we are holding an exhibition showing illustrations from around the world drawn for charity right after the disaster, and illustrations that were drawn later to help support efforts.

We are also welcoming Shiriagari Kotobuki, a manga artist who has made many efforts to talk about the current situation through his work, and the founder of this project, French bande dessinée writer Jean-David Morvan, and they will talk about what manga can do for society.

Exhibition
March. 11 seen through the eyes of comic artists from all over the world : Magnitude Zero

About 120 illustrations with March. 11 as a theme (reproductions)

  • About 60 illustrations mainly by foreign authors, drawn immediately after last year's earthquake.
  • About 60 illustrations mainly by Japanese authors, drawn for this exhibition.
Period

March 3 - May 6, 2012

10 am to 6 pm (Admission to the museum is until 5:30 pm)
Closed on Wednesdays *Except for 5/2
( If Wednesday is a national holiday, the following Thursday.)

Venue Kyoto International Manga Museum, 2nd floor, Gallery 6
Admission Fee

Free
* However, a General Admission ticket to the Museum is required.
*Citizens of the Kyoto city get a 20% discount until 3/31 after providing proof of address.

Support: The French Embassy in Japan

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Cooperation: Mind Creators
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From Magnitude 9 to Magnitude Zero

After the disaster, following French bande dessinée writer Jean-David Morvan suggestion, comic artists from all over the world started a collection of illustrations for charity.

The "Tsunami" project started, and several thousands of illustrations were collected. 250 were selected and CFSL published them in the highly acclaimed collection Magnitude 9.

Now that the Japanese translation of Magnitude 9 is out, created by Mind Creators and published by Asahi Shimbun Publications Inc. The title of the Japanese edition is Magnitude Zero. Published one year after the earthquake, it expresses the desire to get back up again. In the Japanese version there are about sixty new illustrations created for it, and about sixtythat were selected from Magnitude 9, a total of about 120 works in total.

During this exhibition, we are introducing all works included in Magnitude Zero.

*There is an exhibition of Magnitude 9 at INSTITUT FRANCO-JAPONAIS DU KANSAI (2/25-3/15,2012) * Link to French page

List of exhibiting artists:

Florian Falaise (France), JM Ken Niimura (Spain), Soizic Mouton (France), Aurore (France), Made (France), Dimitri piot (Belgium), Aurelie Neyret (France), Thierry Segur (France), Thierry Doudoux (France), Kai Schuettler (Germany), Bajram (France), Arthur Valentin (France), Bruno Bessadi (France), Brutal Moineau (France), Kurobot (France), Edith (France), Fred Boot (France), Bastien Grivet (Switzerland), Marie Vaudescale & Christine Circosta (France), Christophe Kourita (Japan), Philippe Buchet (France), LuisNCT (Spain), Ooshima Hiroyuki (Japan), Lehuss (France) Makushiro (France), Xiao Bai (China), Ludwig Alizon (France), Anel Montoro (Spain), Tisha (France), Florence Dellerie (France), Tommaso Bennato (Italy), Tarasov Konstantin (Russia), Sephiel (France), Murakawa Masato (Japan), Zhulin, Zeeko, Yamamoto Kanan, amao & Wang Jing (China & Japan), Javier Jimenez (Spain), Yllya (France), Santiago Montiel (Argentine), Aurelien Moriniere (France), Sephy (France), Peah (France), Aneu Martinez (France), George Bletsis (Kingdom of the Netherlands), Terada Toru (Japan), Watanabe Karen (France), Kness (France), Laury (France), Emmanuel Malin (France), Luby (France), Alodah (France), Gaban Goto (France), Mista Benny (France), Gosh (France), Leila Brient (France), Stephane Hette (France), Initzs (France), Martine Fa (France), Louise Joor (France), Minikim (Canada), Tite Po (France), Thibaut Rassat (France), Takahashi Hikaru (Japan), Mobidic (Belgique), Roberto Ricci (Italy), Mitchell Mohrhauser (United States of America), Hirata Hiroshi (Japan), Mic Itaya (Japan), Koike Keiichi (Japan), Shiriagari Kotobuki (Japan), Clement Oubrerie (France), Kuroki Yutaka (Japan), Kitazawa Heisuke (Japan), Katsushika Hokusi (Japan), Anzai Hajime (Japan), Suzuki Radical (Japan), Geraldine Kosiak (France), Fujiwara Kamui (Japan), Aneha Kouya (Japan), Toyama Atsushi (Japan), Takeshima Kazuki (Japan), Yamaguchi Manabu (Japan), Marumoto Takeshi (Japan), Suga mica (Japan), Aoyama Taruto (Japan), Marc Antoine Mathieu (France), Mangetsu (Japan), Watanabe Hiroyuki (Japan), Shihirane Yutanpo (Japan), Missy tonton (Japan), Sandaimeuotakehamadashigeo (Japan), Vincent Lefrancois (Japan), Ito Ashura Benimaru (Japan), Hazuki Jun (Japan), Nakajima Shinya (Japan), Elise Rouyer (France), Fukumoto Shinji (Japan), Nagashima Soya (Japan), Jae Liu (China), Kawamura Kosuke (Japan), Nasu Keiko (Japan), Lewis Trondheim (France), Jean-Claude Mezieres (France), Hasegawa Yuka (Japan), DABSTAR (Japan), SALOTEZUMO (Japan), TOKYOALICE (Japan), Morimoto Koji (Japan), Ito Keiji (Japan), TAIZO (Japan), Komoda Azusa (Japan), Klem (France), Takahashi Kintaro (Japan), MATSU★BOCKRIN (Japan), Joon-Shik Lee (Korea / Japan), Kanazawa Hitoshi (Japan)

About the sale of the collection of illustrations Magnitude Zero.

The collection of illustrations Magnitude Zero (Asahi Shimbun Publications Inc. , 2310 yen/ tax include) is selling at museum shop from this exhibition starts.

- 200 yen of the proceeds of every volume will go to charity supporting the victims of the earthquake.

Debate
Shiriagari Kotobuki vs. Jean-David Morvan
What manga can do for this world

We welcome manga artist Shiriagari Kotobuki, who has talked about the earthquake in, amongs others, his work Ano hi kara no manga (Manga from that day on), and the founder of the Magnitude 9 project, and popular French bande dessinée writer Jean-David Morvan, and they will talk about what manga can do for society, hoping to give the audience food for talk (there will be on site interpretation -- French to Japanese)

Date and Time

March 3, 2012
2 pm - 4 pm

Venue Kyoto International Manga Museum, 1st floor, Multi purpose hall
Guests

Kotobuki Shiriagari (manga artist)
Jean-David Morvan (bande dessinee author and founder of the Magnitude 9 project, France)

Admission

Free
* However, a General Admission ticket to the Museum is required.

*However, a General Admission ticket to the Museum is required.
*Citizens of the Kyoto city get a 20% discount until 3/31 after providing proof of address.

Capacity

250 seats (on a first come basis)

Participation Registration is not required.
Numbered tickets will be distributed starting at 10 am inside the museum.
Support: The French Embassy in Japan

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Cooperation: Mind Creators
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CFSL
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The schedule and details of this event are subject to change.
We apologize for any inconvenience.
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