Moving from Portugal to India with Filipe Bianchi

Filipe Bianchi, 1964 Filipe lives and works in Lisboa, Portugal. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2014 . Kolga Tbilisi Photo, Georgia . «All Glitched Up» – BP Loud Tate, Tate Britain, UK . SCAN Tarragona, International Festival of Photography, Spain . “Moving Image”, Pondicherry, India . «It Narratives: The Movement of Objects as Information», Franklin Street Works, USA . «Essência e memória», Galeria Desassossego, Lisboa . «4ª exposição … Continue reading Moving from Portugal to India with Filipe Bianchi

Bindi Sheth moves….

Bindi Sheth learnt photography from architect-photographer Dinesh Mehta and worked on a series of portraits of artists for a joint exhibition and held her first solo exhibition of photographs at Art Heritage, New Delhi. She had a joint show of her photographs on Ahmedabad, at Alliance Francaise d’Ahmedabad, followed by Transportraits at Jagori. She also participated on theme of RECOVERY for PIX a Photographic Quarterly, … Continue reading Bindi Sheth moves….

Moving along with Peter Kabel…

PETER KABEL Prof. Peter Kabel – b.1962 Germany, studied Visual Communication and Philosophy in Hamburg. After studying Visual Communications and Philosophy in Hamburg, Peter Kabel worked for many years as editorial designer for various international and German magazines and newspapers. He founded companies like Trend Büro and Büro Hamburg, as well as the consulting firm for digital media Kabel New Media. Besides his work as … Continue reading Moving along with Peter Kabel…

Could be Pondicherry….

This article, by Former Annapolis, MD Mayor, Ellen Moyer is written about her hometown. However, it applies so well to Pondicherry that we thought we should post it here!  Our walkable city also has many examples of Public Art, whether it is sculpture, street art or performance, or heritage architecture.  Many visitors come here precisely to see this public art although this is often forgotten when … Continue reading Could be Pondicherry….

Moving with Laurent Ouisse

French photographer, Laurent Ouisse began his career in arts and culture early interacting with creators, artists and street theater companies like Royal de Luxe. In 2006 he began concentrating his camera lens on the Indian megacities of Delhi and Mumbai. Taking the pulse of the streets and suburbs of contemporary, urban India he creates a street “movie” of his surroundings which will be consolidated into a book scheduled for publication later … Continue reading Moving with Laurent Ouisse