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- 09-Dec-2023, 5:30 pm ISTState Art Gallery, Hyderabad, Road No.1, Kavuri Hills Jubilee Hills, D Mart, police station, near Madhapur, CBI Colony, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033, IndiaAustralian photographer Johannes Reinhart, a winner in the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize, delves into existentialism themes, showcasing his inner world through his work, which has been widely exhibited and published.
- 27-Nov-2023, 3:30 pm ISTState Art Gallery, Hyderabad, Road No.1, Kavuri Hills Jubilee Hills, D Mart, police station, near Madhapur, CBI Colony, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033, IndiaExhibition opening & Art Talk by Nolan Ryan Trowe & Global Ability Photography Challenge Awards Ceremony - 2023 in association with Youth4Jobs and Hyderabad US Consulate
- 26-Nov-2023, 6:00 pm ISTState Art Gallery, Hyderabad, Road No.1, Kavuri Hills Jubilee Hills, D Mart, police station, near Madhapur, CBI Colony, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, Telangana 500033, IndiaArpan is an artist whose work is influenced by everyday experiences and personal interpretations. He uses 19th-century photographic processes to express his vision. Arpan has participated in exhibitions, workshops, and lectures. He has a BFA and MFA in printmaking and is an associate professor.
- 26-Nov-2023, 5:15 pm ISTJoin us for an informative panel discussion featuring Samantha Clark, Senior Photo Editor at National Geographic, and Shweta Gulati, Video Producer and editor at National Geographic. Moderated by Nishat Fatima (Editor, Writer & Photographer).
- 26-Nov-2023, 4:15 pm ISTAmy Parrish is an American photographer and writer, known for her work at photo festivals, publications, and digital platforms. She has worked with nonprofits, social enterprises, and anti-trafficking programs in developing countries.
- 26-Nov-2023, 3:30 pm ISTM. Palani Kumar, a Staff Photographer at People's Archive of Rural India, documented working-class women and marginalized people. He received grants like Amplify in 2021 and Samyak Drishti and Photo South Asia in 2020. He also filmed 'Kakoos', a Tamil documentary.
- 25-Nov-2023, 7:00 pm ISTJoin us for an intriguing Q&A session with the Documentary filmmaker Miriam Chandy Menacherry and Triparna Banerjee (filmmaker and Script Writer) of the award-winning documentary film ‘From the Shadows’, which talk about sex trafficking in India. Moderated by Shivajee Chandrabhushan,
- 25-Nov-2023, 5:45 pm ISTThe film highlights two women, an artist and an activist, who are working to raise awareness about the issue of sex trafficking in India.
- 25-Nov-2023, 5:00 pm ISTD. Ravinder Reddy is a photojournalist who focuses on the human element in his work, capturing events like the Babri Masjid demolition and Latur earthquake. His images have been featured in national and international magazines, and he has held photo exhibitions in Germany, the USA, and the UK.
- 25-Nov-2023, 4:15 pm ISTIngmar Björn Nolting, a freelance photographer from Leipzig, Germany, creates long-term photo essays addressing social, geographical, and geopolitical issues. He is a founding member of "DOCKS Collective" and has his work published in The New York Times and TIME Magazine.
- 25-Nov-2023, 11:00 am ISTThe story of Palestine is complex and tumultuous, with much written and spoken about it over the years. Occupied is a documentary that focuses on young, disenfranchised Palestinians who have chosen creativity over conflict as a response to the world around them.
- 24-Nov-2023, 6:30 pm ISTJean-Baptiste Menges, a self-taught photographer and humanist artist, is the official photographer for Bordeaux, capturing the invisible dialogue between gaze and camera lens, aiming to share the city's beauty, inhabitants, and secrets through artistic and technical reports.
- 24-Nov-2023, 9:30 am ISTIn this 2 day workshop, master the fundamentals of pitching your photo stories to Magazines, Editors and festivals with National Geographic editors, Samantha Clark & Shweta Gulati
- 23-Nov-2023, 6:30 pm ISTPatrik Budenz and Birte Zellentin discuss their project Macht, which visualizes 100 years of global politics by superimposing portraits of rulers between 1921 and 2021. The 199 images, both irritating and iridescent, reinterpret the classical portrait of a ruler.
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