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INDIAN PHOTO FESTIVAL 2019

The Indian Photography Festival (IPF) - Hyderabad, a Not-For-Profit initiative of Light Craft Foundation, is an international photography festival, showcasing a wide range of photography from India and around the globe with a series of events, including talks and discussions, portfolio reviews, book launches, screenings & workshops. The IPF creates a platform for the professional and aspiring photographers, the photography lovers and the public where the festival promotes the art of photography at the same time address the social issues through the medium of photography. The IPF 2019 will take place at the State Gallery of Art - Hyderabad, from 19th September - 20th October.

SPEAKERS

George Steinmetz  
Photographer - National Geographic 

Carol Guzy
4 time Pulitzer winning Photo Journalist

Rachael Strecher  
Director of Storytelling Grants and Fellowships

National Geographic Society 

Jyothy Karat  
Photographer and Filmmaker  

 

Arko Datto
Photographer

Alexa Keefe
Sr. Photo Editor - National Geographic

 

Richard Drew
Photographer - Associated press

Senthil Kumaran  
Visual Storyteller

Zubeni Lotha
Photographer  

Tim Flach
Photographer

Amoghavarsha
Photographer & Film maker

Saumya Khandelwal
Photographer - National Geographic

Zishaan A Latif
Photographer

Gopal MS
Photographer & Blogger

Harikrishna Katragadda 
Photographer

Rafique Sayed
Fine Art Photographer

EXHIBITIONS

George Steinmetz | USA
Big Food


Jorge Monaco | ARGENTINA
Albinos Being Different


Vinod Babu | INDIA
For the promised heaven in the sky


Natela Grigalashvili | GEORGIA
The final days of the Georgian Nomads

Zishaan Latif | INDIA
Withering


Santanu Dey | INDIA
Former elite’s post-colonial dilemma


Senthil Kumaran | INDIA
Human and Animal Conflict


Marylise Vigneau | FRANCE
Article 19, Resisting the Garotte


Romain Thiery | FRANCE
Requiem for pianos


Richard Drew | USA
9/11


Carol Guzy | USA
Scars of Mosul, the Legacy of ISIS


Anna-Tia Buss | SWITZERLAND
I never realized


Tim Flach | UK
Endangered


Santi Palacios | SPAIN
Mediterranean migratory routes


Alain Schroeder | BELGIUM
Saving Orangutans

 

Ritesh Uttamchandani | INDIA
Afterlife


Gopal MS | INDIA
Mumbai Paused

Mike Yorke | UK
Life among the HO - Birth to Death

 

Todd Forsgren | USA
Ornithological photographs

 

Rafique Sayed | INDIA
Emerging from the shadows


Saumalya Ghosh | INDIA
A World Without Identities

 

Photobooks | VARIOUS


 

Shoot the Face | VARIOUS
Shoot the Frame


Shoot the Land | VARIOUS
Shoot the Frame

 

Shoot the Wild | VARIOUS
Shoot the Frame

 

IPF Portrait Prize | INDIA
Portrait Prize Winners

 

Vineet Vohra | INDIA
The art of story telling

Indu Chinta | INDIA
Amma Daivangal The Goddesses of Theyyam

 

Aman Chotani | INDIA
The Last Avatar

Antonio Aragon Renuncio | SPAIN
Dangerous Minds


Diana Bagnoli | ITALY
Haitian Vodou


Oded Wagenstein | ISRAEL
Like Last Year's Snow


Habiba Nowrose | BANGLADESH
Concealed

 

Zubeni Lotha | INDIA
Dimapur797112 / How do I look

DIGITAL EXHIBITIONS 

Niraj Gera | INDIA
A sacred transformation


Soumyendra Saha | INDIA
Calcutta Carousel


Julie de Waroquier | FRANCE
Housewife


Siddharth Behl | INDIA
Men Machines and Dust


Santosh Korthiwada | INDIA
Blackbox


Nicolo Filippo Rosso | ITALY
Forgotten in the dust


Serkan Çolak | TURKEY
Res (Black)


Martin Roemers | NETHERLANDS
Metropolis

Lucia Giri | SLOVAKIA
Within My Indian World


Uma Bista | NEPAL
Our Songs from the Forest


Balarka Brahma | INDIA
I am still searching myself


Graeme Oxby | UK
Forever Elvis


Carolina Arantes | BRAZIL
Holycow


Paula Bronstein | USA
Stateless, Stranded and Unwanted - The Rohingya Crisis


Marcus Cederberg | SWEDEN
Minimalism

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