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.
Chobi Mela, the first festival of photography in Asia and the largest celebration of photography and visual storytelling brought to you by Drik Picture Library Ltd. and Pathshala South Asian Media Institute. The first Chobi Mela – International Festival of Photography was held during the period of December 1999 - January 2000. It is the most demographically inclusive photo festival in the world and is held every two years in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
“Experimental Cinema” is not so colluquial within the public forum. So what exactly “Experimental Films” signify? We came across the answers through the recently concluded 2nd Little Cinema International Festival for Experimental Films and Media Art in Kolkata.
The India Vision Quest is a remarkable achievement by eighteen young Indian photographers where they have presented a fusion of the old and new resulted in exquisite, multi-layered perspective of hybridized boomtown of Ahmedabad and Kolkata.
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.