Learn, discover, meet the artists!
All events are free and open to all.
2pm – 5pm // Join the Writer in Residence
Throughout the festival, Alisha Sett, curator of An Attic Full of Film, will play the role of writer-in-residence at the exhibition. Visitors are invited to join her for these open sessions to have a conversation about their own family photos, or to come and write in the space.
Every day until Wednesday, March 22.
Venue: Ferreira House • 47 G, Khotachiwadi, Girgaum
6.30pm – 7.30pm // FOCUS Invites: Outdoor screenings
Enjoy screenings of photo-based work selected by leading curators from around the world.
Carter Road Promenade • Between Titan Clock and Main amphitheatre • Bandra (W) • Directions: Opposite Café Coffee Day
Tea: 7pm, talk: 7.30pm – 8pm // Talk
Transnational Nuclear Photography since 3.11
By curator and art historian Prajna Desai.
This talk will offer a contemporary view of nuclear landscapes in contemporary photography from Canada, Australia, and India, and discuss what it means to create socially and politically-engaged images of landscapes in the wake of the 2011 nuclear meltdown in Fukushima, Japan. In conjunction with Before Now, Then: Before Now, Then: Picturing Loss in Contemporary Japanese Photography
on view at the Dr. Bhau Daji lad Museum.
Venue: FOCUS Hub @ Ministry of New • Kitab Mahal, 3rd Floor, 192 D.N. Road, Azad Maidan, Fort • www.ministryofnew.in
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