Lectures & Discussions 

 

Keynote Address by David Campany

10 am on Oct 30, 2015  at IGNCA

 

In his keynote speech David Campany explores the tension that exists between affection and suspicion in our relationship to contemporary photography. 

David Campany is a British writer, scholar, curator and artist working mainly in photography. He currently holds a post as teacher in photography theory and practice at the University of Westminster, London UK.

 

Courtesy: British Council, India.

 

Panel Discussion – What is Photography in the 21st Century?

Oct 30, 2015  at IGNCA

 

As images may no longer be made by the act of taking a photograph, an eminent panel discusses what is photography any more.

 

Panelists:

Regina Anzenberger, Artist, Founder and Director Anzenberger Agency, Austria

(Coutesy Austrian Cultural Forum, New Delhi)

Devika Daulet Singh, Founder and Owner Photoink Gallery, New Delhi

David Campany, Writer, scholar, curator, artist and lecturer at the Unversity of Westminster, UK (Courtesy: British Council, India)

Rob Hornstra, Photographer, Holland

Moderator:

Rahaab Allana, Curator Alkazi Foundation and Editor of Pix Quarterly 

 

 

Symposium – Engaging Communities: Taking Photography Beyond Photographers

Nov 2, 2015  at IGNCA

 

A lecture by P Sainath on his PARI initiative, followed by a discussion with Kashmir Photo Collective, Nepal Photo Project & India Photo Project

Book Launches

 

Nazar Photography Monographs 03, Kanu's Gandhi 

Oct 30, 2015  at IGNCA

 

Amit Mehra, Roznaama

Oct 31, 2015  at IGNCA

 

Sam Harris, The Middle of Somewhere

Nov 1, 2015  at IGNCA

 

Chien-Chi Chang, Jet Lag

Nov 2, 2015  at IGNCA

 

Olivia Arthur, Stranger & Phiilip Ebeling, Land without Past

Nov 3, 2015  at British Council

Gallery Walks

 

Throughout the opening week the festival will hold gallery walks: a platform that offers viewers a unique opportunity to be guided around their exhibition by the artist in person.

 

Schedule to be announced.

 

Angelica Dass Humanae 

 

Arturo Betancourt  Perfect Citizen

 

Karan Vaid Best In Show 

 

Marylise Vigneau Phnom Penh of the Future

 

Olivier Culmann The Others 

 

Raghu Rai The Album

 

Rob Hornstra with Arnold Van Bruggen The Sochi Project

 

Sarker Protick Love Me Or Kill Me 

 

Soham Gupta Angst

 

Swapan Parekh for Kishor Parekh Bangladesh: A Brutal Birth

 

Vivan Sundaram for Jeremie Lenoir  Borders

 

Yoshikatsu Fujii Incipient Strangers 

Artist Talks

Schedule to be announced.

Altaf Qadri, India

 

Anay Mann, India

 

Anne Golaz, Switzerland
Courtesy: Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council
 
Aradhana Seth, India

 

Chien-Chi Chang, Taiwan

 

Mahendra Sinh, India

 

Naoya Hatakeyama, Japan

Courtesy: Japan Foundation

 

Nandan Ghiya, India

 

Olivier Culmann, France

Courtesy: Institut Francais en Inde

Olivia Arthur, UK

Courtesy: British Council, India

 

Philipp Ebeling, Germany

Courtesy: British Council, India

 
Ram Rahman, India

 

Roger Ballen, USA

Courtesy: Photoink

 

Rob Hornstra, Netherlands

 

Sarker Protick, Bangladesh

 

Yoshikatsu Fujii, Japan

 

Vivan Sundaram, India