Spectacular, forgotten, memorable and utopian: Why the Berlinale is what it is. [more …]
Award winning German photographer André Lützen, answers questions about his exhibition Living Climate: A Tale of Three Cities. Shown at URU Art Harbour, Kochi, and conducted with the support of Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, the exhibition is on view until Wednesday, 28 February 2018. [more …]
Kolkata: 26 February - 4 March
DocedgeKolkata, Asian Forum for Documentary is an international event attended by some of the most noted documentary makers from across the globe along with foundations and broadcasters to explore co-production opportunities. Focus lies on creative independent filmmakers passionate to produce intriguing stories from real life.
Mumbai: 2 February - 18 March
The exhibition brings forth the questions on the role of architects/planners today in shaping the housing landscape for a more sustainable and inclusive urban development in India going forward.
New tour dates for New Delhi Chandigarh, Pune and Mumbai
Water, fire, earth and air: without these there is no life. People know this, and they have made use of the elements. The result was progress. But where are the limits of growth? Now that the natural equilibrium has been destabilised in many places – and has in some cases been lost forever – an era of rethinking has now begun.