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EXHIBITIONS AT IGNCA

 
Aarohan, India
Aarohan, India

NUKKAD Exhibition resulting from a Delhi Photo Festival student workshop in association with Aarohan conducted by Anshika Varma and Vidura Jang Bahadur

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Aditi Sharma, India
Aditi Sharma, India

I AM FROM Casual enquiries on “Where am I From?” makes me wonder about the idea of home itself. Student, National Institute of Design, India

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Angélica Dass, Brazil - Spain
Angélica Dass, Brazil - Spain

HUMANAE - WORK IN PROGRESS Humanae intends to deploy a chromatic range of the different human skin colours. It reflects on the dual meanings containing the word identity: that is associated with equality.

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Arjen Schmitz , Netherlands
Arjen Schmitz , Netherlands

THE WORLD AROUND US Arjen Schmitz explores the flipside of development and progress. His work focuses on highlighting how economic growth reduces the attention for living and working comfort to a minimum.

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Arturo Betancourt, Mexico
Arturo Betancourt, Mexico

PERFECT CITIZEN These images seek to remove the inner consciousness and resurrect “the human being with a voice and sight, with the ability to hear and thus, one who possesses a criteria.”

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Arun Vijai Mathavan, India
Arun Vijai Mathavan, India

URBAN MOUNTAINS The developing world has seen the most radical migrations to cities. Huge mountains of waste are creating a new looming landscape in the outskirts of these cities. Student, National Institute of Design, India

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Claudia Gori, Italy
Claudia Gori, Italy

MY NAME IS CAMILA AND I LOVE MY LIFE Camilla is affected by Muscular Dystrophy since she was 3 years old. This is not a story about a disability but about being a woman, a mother and a girlfriend struggling every day. Student ,Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark

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Daniella Zalcman, USA
Daniella Zalcman, USA

SUNDAY SOLDIERS World War II is still very much a part of Britain's collective consciousness, and the act of reenactment is deeply personal.

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Danila Tkachenko, Russia
Danila Tkachenko, Russia

RESTRICTED AREAS The project "Restricted Areas" is about the human impulse towards utopia, about our striving for perfection through technological progress.

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Dario Bosio, Italy
Dario Bosio, Italy

ON THE IDENTITY OF A TOMATO PICKER I went to Grand Ghetto countryside near Foggia, Italy, with the intention of documenting the harsh living conditions of the thousands of African immigrants that work in the fields picking tomatoes.

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Debashis Chakrabarty, Bangladesh
Debashis Chakrabarty, Bangladesh

EXABYTES To some people, let’s just call them gamers, the world consists of bits and bytes. The virtual reality merges with the real world. Student , Pathshala, South Asian Media Institute, Bangladesh

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Emanuele Satolli, Italy
Emanuele Satolli, Italy

IN THE BAG FOR NORTH Central American immigrants continue to enter illegally and undisturbed in Mexico. I have explored what a person who decides to face this perilous passage chooses to bring with him in his bag.

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Fatemeh Sarah Jabbari, Iran
Fatemeh Sarah Jabbari, Iran

WAITING FOR BETTER DAYS This project depicts the daily life of an Iranian Balouchi family, in a city which suffers from severe poverty, with lots of jobless people, and addicted youth. Student , Faculty of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi

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Felix Von Der Osten, Germany
Felix Von Der Osten, Germany

THE BUFFALO THAT COULD NOT DREAM This project is about the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Montana, USA. It focuses on how and where the Native Americans live, as well as their struggle trying to maintain their century old culture. Student, Dortmund University of Applied Sciences & Arts, Germany

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Ian Flanders, Australia
Ian Flanders, Australia

BY THE RIVER He traces the lives of a group of Vietnamese sex slaves trapped in a Phomn Penh brothel.

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JEAN MARC VALENTINA PICCINI
JEAN MARC VALENTINA PICCINI

WAR DREAMS What do you see when you close your eyes?A simple question was asked to a group of soldiers of a military base near Donetsk, prior their departure for the front line of the Ukrainian war.

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JENNI HOLMA
JENNI HOLMA

MORPHOSIS Morphosis is a study of the common human behaviour where an individual changes form and shapes itself via external means.

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Jérémie Lenoir, France
Jérémie Lenoir, France

BORDERS As the product of political and economic processes, the contemporary landscape has evolved today to disappear into its own constraints. Borders studies the urban / rural frontier in France. Curator: Vivan Sundaram

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Johan Bävman, Sweden
Johan Bävman, Sweden

SWEDISH DADS No other country provides such generous terms of parental leave as Sweden. The current system allows parents to stay at home with their child.

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Karan Vaid, India
Karan Vaid, India

BEST IN SHOW Karan Vaid’s interest in exploring sub-cultures in his country led him to revisit India’s show dog community.

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Karolin Klüppel, German
Karolin Klüppel, German

MÄDCHENLAND (KINGDOM OF GIRLS) In the state of Meghalaya in India, the Khasi people form the majority of the population. Here, it is the women who are the forefront of the family. Curator: Orijit Sen

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Kasper Loftgaard, Denmark
Kasper Loftgaard, Denmark

COWBOY LIFE This is a story about cowboy culture. About a special kind of people, who live the lives of real cowboys, and as it turns out, there are plenty around. Student, Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark

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Kishor Parekh, India
Kishor Parekh, India

BANGLADESH – A BRUTAL BIRTH Bangladesh was India's legendary photojournalist Parekh’s highest point. In just a two week period, he produced a startling set of images that became a powerful statement of the agonizing birth of a new nation.

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Klaus Pichler, Austria
Klaus Pichler, Austria

JUST THE TWO OF US Who hasn't had the desire just to become someone else for a while? Dressing up is a way of creating an alter ego and a second skin, to which one can adjust their behavior.

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Marina Paulenka, Croatia
Marina Paulenka, Croatia

THE OTHER HOME Požega Penitentiary is the only female prison in Croatia. I try to show the complex way of women’s lives, deprived of their liberty. Student, Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb, Croatia

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Marylise Vigneau, French
Marylise Vigneau, French

PHNOM PENH OF THE FUTURE In April 1975, the city of Phnom Penh was falling, emptying of its inhabitants. Forty years later the scars are barely visible and peace seems to be well established.

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Max Pam, Australia
Max Pam, Australia

OF JOURNALS AND JOURNEYS Curated by BIND A site specific exhibition of Atlas Monographs, a photobook comprised of eight riveting journals that echoe the articulate lyricism of Pam’s multifaceted visual language.

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Md Farhad Rahman, Bangladesh
Md Farhad Rahman, Bangladesh

ONE LAST PLAYGROUND This is a story of a fantasy world of a group of children. The place will soon be transformed into a construction site. This is the only remaining playground for the local children. Student, Pathshala, South Asian Media Institute, Bangladesh

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MEMO Magazine, Spain, Italy & France
MEMO Magazine, Spain, Italy & France

ISSUE # 1, FEAR The fear of war, the lack of freedom or education, the fear of not making it or not being accepted. From Libya, Pakistan, Ukraine or Spain, this issue approaches different aspects of fear through the lenses of the founders of the magazine.

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Michael Drost-Hansen, Denmark
Michael Drost-Hansen, Denmark

ROHINGYA Since they lost citizenship the Rohingya Muslims have been exposed to something resembling ethnic cleansing. The now live in the government-controlled camps for internally displaced people. Student, Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark

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Michel Le Belhomme, France
Michel Le Belhomme, France

THE TWO LABYRINTHS (WORK IN PROGRESS) This series explores its most blatant legend: landscape and its representation. Landscape, the romantic subject, most often expresses itself as breathtaking.

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Nadine Stijns, Netherlands
Nadine Stijns, Netherlands

A NATION OUTSIDE A NATION ‘A Nation outside a Nation’ captures movement in the Netherlands. The subjects I photograph often live as domestic workers who are the targets of Dutch crackdowns on illegal immigration.

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Olivier Culmann, France
Olivier Culmann, France

THE OTHER Culmann incarnates himself in the form of self-portraits, using the various techniques of iconographic creation commonly used in India, in order to recreate the building process of self-image . Courtesy: Institut Francais en Inde

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Raghu Rai, India
Raghu Rai, India

THE ALBUM Images of family and friends from the photographer's personal album.

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Rahul Kumar Das, Bangladesh
Rahul Kumar Das, Bangladesh

SANGUINITY What makes Sanguinity more striking is that the subject is the artist’s father. During the last three years of his father’s life, Das became his primary caretaker. Student, Pathshala, South Asian Media Institute, Bangladesh

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Regina Maria Anzenberger, Austria
Regina Maria Anzenberger, Austria

THE PHOTOBOOK AS ART OBJECT – AN EXHIBITION OF HANDMADE PHOTOBOOKS The photobook has been experiencing an unbelievable rise in its significance, especially in the digital media age. The desire for tactile experience has driven it to unimaginable heights.

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Rob Hornstra, Netherlands
Rob Hornstra, Netherlands

THE SOCHI PROJECT: An Atlas of War and Tourism in the Caucasus. From 2009 through 2014, photographer Rob Hornstra and journalist Arnold van Bruggen traveled to Sochi, Russia, and the surrounding regions in the midst of its preparation for the 2014 Winter Games and in advance of the glare of international media attention.

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Roger Anis, Egypt
Roger Anis, Egypt

CLOSETS FULL OF DREAMS A look into the closets of women in Egypt, showing their dreams, fears and stories in a society where women face danger, sexual harassment and oppression in the street every day. Student, Danish School of Media and Journalism, Denmark

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Sandy Gutkowski, Argentina
Sandy Gutkowski, Argentina

100 YEARS My mother Cecilia is 100 years old; she is still engaged to life; she thinks positively and with her great sense of humour she proves that there is another possible way of ageing.

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Sarker Protick, Bangladesh
Sarker Protick, Bangladesh

LOVE ME OR KILL ME ‘Dhallywood’, the Bangladeshi film industry based in Dhaka has fallen out of favour among the richer classes, who prefer foreign films. Yet it produces around 100 movies a year. Curator: Aradhana Seth

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EXHIBITIONS AT PARTNER GALLERIES

 

National Museum with The Alkazi Foundation for the Arts

IMAGING THE ISLE ACROSS: Vintage Photography from Ceylon

Drawn exclusively from the Alkazi Collection of Photography, the exhibition is an overview of the early vintage photography from Sri Lanka.

 

National Museum, Janpath, New Delhi

Manoj Kumar Jain

THE FORGOTTEN FRAMES: A Photographic Voyage with the People of Bastar

The exhibition shows black and white photographs of tribal from Bastar, the unique and beautiful heart of India.

 

All India Fine Arts & Crafts Society, 1, New Delhi

Nazes Afroz

BEHIND THE VEIL: The Other Afghanistan

Taken between 2001 and 2014, these images portray an Afghanistan, which is little known outside.

 

Galerie Romain Rolland, Alliance Française de Delhi

Alan Rubin | Amber Kidner | Timothy Steadman 

ASPIRE: Views from American Photographers based in Delhi

Three American photographers living in Delhi explore the Delhi Photo Festival's theme of “Aspire” each with their own unique perspective.

 

American Center New Delhi

Antonio Martinelli  

LE CORBUSIER IN CHANDIGARH & AHMEDABAD: A Journey Through Time, 1975-2014

This exhibition showcases the evolution and development of Le Corbusier’s Chandigarh over a span of 40 years.

 

Art Heritage Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi 

Ostkreuz School of Photography – Aras Goekten | Katarzyna Mazur | Katharina Ira Allenberg | Torben Geeck | Yana Wernicke   

YOUNG GERMAN PHOTOGRAPHERS

Presented by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller, this exhibition is curated from the Ostkreuz School of Photograph & Agency, Berlin, one of Germany’s most important and renowned photography agencies.

 

IIC Annexe, Lodi Estate, New Delhi 

Centro di Ricerca e Archiviazione della Fotografia (CRAF)  

ON THE SET WITH PIER PAOLO PASOLINI

To mark the fortieth death anniversary of the writer and director Pier Paolo Pasolini, the Italian Embassy Cultural Centre New Delhi presents a series of photographs taken during the production of his films.

 

Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, New Delhi 

 Japan Foundation

TALES AND FABLES FROM INDIA & JAPAN

Selected works by 19 emerging & mid-career Indian & Japanese artists and collectives working in media arts, that are intended to function as an anthology of tales. 

 

The Japan Foundation, New Delhi

British Council, in association with Alkazi Foundation, with special thanks to Street Level Gallery

PHOTOUKINDIA: Origins

An initiative of the British Council to explore socio-cultural exchanges between India and the UK through photography and writing. 

 

The Gallery, British Council, 17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, New Delhi

Ronny Sen

NEW WORLD CHRONICLES OF AN OLD WORLD COLOUR

Presented by the Polish Institute, Ronny Sen’s new work from an old city called Gdańsk in Poland. With a common burden of a communist history and taking a cue from Kieślowski’s ‘The Three Colors Trilogy’ he responds to the Polish winter through individual shades. 

 

LATITUDE 28, New Delhi

SACAC Graduate Photography Exhibition 2015

ASPIRATIONS

‘Aspirations’ showcases the encounters of young photographers with the socioeconomic and cultural realities of India, while investigating and revealing their intimate ideas, private stories & personal dilemmas.

 

Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication, New Delhi

Museum of Fine Arts of La Chaux-de-Fonds

LE CORBUSIER – MASTERING THE IMAGE

This travelling exhibition, presented by the Embassy of Switzerland in India, portrays how Le Corbusier considered photography in a much broader perspective: as a means of artistic creation.

 

Embassy of Switzerland in India, New Delhi

The Deepak Puri Collection

LEGACY OF PHOTOJOURNALISM

 

Showcasing works from over 30 photographers this exhibit by TASVEER brings together photographs made momentous by both their content and style, and highlights the wealth of the world that the best of photojournalism brings to us.

 

Exhibit 320, New Delhi

THE TASVEER JOURNAL

 

A selection of 21 projects and artists previously featured on the Tasveer Journal online, are re-presented in this special print version and exhibition that highlights the versatility and polysemic nature of the medium.

 

1After320, New Delhi

Kanika Anand (Curator)

I SEE YOU SEE ME

I see you see me explores the performative nature of both, the artist’s self-portrait and the smartphone captured selfie.

 

Parked @ Gallery Threshold, New Delhi

Vidya Shivadas (Curator)

OFF THE RECORD: Meditations on the Photographic Image

The exhibition, containing works of 10 artists, engages with the photographic paradigm – it present a series of images about images, that speak of relationship between photography and painting as much as photography and ephemeral art forms like performance art, and installation, and video.

 

Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi

Wonderwall

BIG

This exhibition shows large works of 12 photographers.

 

Wonderwall, New Delhi 

Fausto Giaccone

MACONDO: The World of Gabriel García Márquez

A travel through the world of Gabriel García Márquez.

 

Instituto Cervantes de Nueva Delhi, New Delhi 

Alejandro Gómez de Tuddo

INDIA 50/50

India 50/50 is a travel art project comprised of 50 photographs taken over 50 days.

 

Instituto Cervantes de Nueva Delhi, New Delhi 

Ana Dominguez Lombard

MI VERACRUZ

A travel through the world of Gabriel García Márquez.

 

Instituto Cervantes de Nueva Delhi, New Delhi 

Cristina García Rodero

CON LA BOCA ABIERTA

A retrospective of her works right from the first of her photographic endeavors through the end of the seventies till today.

 

Instituto Cervantes de Nueva Delhi, New Delhi 

Bhupendra Karia

TRANSITIONS AND TRAJECTORIES

A portfolio of 18 masterfully-crafted prints, taken in the 1960s and 1970s, documenting Bhupendra Karia's interest in rural villages, creative traditions, and his unique view of India.

 

Apparao Galleries -The Lodhi, New Delhi 

Madhavan Palaniswamy & George K

INTERVENTIONS

Artists use a narrative in 2 different ways. Madhavan deals with the idea of love in a series of portraits while George K uses the dramatic interior images of the central jail in Chennai.

 

Apparao Galleries -The Lodhi, New Delhi 

PIX Vol. 12: Special Issue on Afghanistan

RENEWAL

A unique exhibit featuring the works of 12 photographers attempting to show an image of Afghanistan beyond the headlines.

 

Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi

Roger Ballen

ROGER BALLEN: WORKS 1995-2015

This exhibition draws upon photographs from three series — Outland, Shadow Chamber and Asylum of the Birds and includes a film directed by Ballen, I Fink U Freeky, which has over 72 million hits on You Tube.

 

Photoink, New Delhi 

Martushka Fromeast / Mukesh Khugsal / Curated by Ula Kahul

NUPTIAL

The documentary pictures present commemorate rituals on Nanda Devi, the bliss-giving Goddess of Uttarakhand believed to be the consort of Lord Shiva.

 

Polish Institute, New Delhi

Galleryske & The University of Chicago Centre 

LOOKING ASKANCE

Contemporary photographic works from the University of Chicago that respond to current events and media imagery.

 

Galleryske & UChicago Center, New Delhi