India Foundation for the Arts is delighted to present Soumya Sankar Bose’s Interactive Multimedia Exhibition “Jatra”. The work and the exhibition has been made possible with a grant from India Foundation for the Arts under the Arts Practice Programme.The presence of the Jatra artists in the venue for public interaction will be a special part of this exhibition. The photographer will be present at the venue. The exhibition will preview at 5 pm on 20th May. It will remain open to public at Chitrabani (76 Rafi Ahmed Kidwai road, Kolkata-16), Kolkata between 3:00-7:00 pm from 21st-25th May, 2016.
Elf Uhr Elf is an avant-garde photo-book, where nine most well-known Cologne photo journalists and artists for the first time realised a collaborative art project about the Carnival in Cologne.elfuhrelf is sympathetic to the idea of carnival and to all people participating in one of the biggest festivities in Germany.
After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb.
Nelson Mandela aptly puts what we saw only a few days ago.
Yes, we have reached a new summit of our journey, with the launch of THEK 2: Edition 1.0, on 14th March 2015. A man globally known for his magic behind the camera, Wolfgang Zurborn, graced us with his presence; conversing about his brain-child “People Pictures – Picture People”, which received the support of Otto-Steinert-Fellowship of the German Society of Photography (DGPh) in 1985, and was presented at the Folkwang Museum in Essen in 1987.
Just got the second monograph from Nazar Foundation - Adil Hasan’s, “When Abba Was Ill”.
The cloth binding of the book gave a warm feeling when I first took it in my hands. The small blurred image on the cover creates a personal touch, instantly making you feel up-close with Abba.