The Japan Foundation, New Delhi invites you to media art exhibition – “TALES & FABLES from India & Japan: Animation, Film & Photography”.
This travelling exhibition consists of selected works by 19 emerging and mid-career Indian & Japanese artists and collectives working in media arts. This exhibition and the accompanying catalogue are intended to function as an anthology of tales and contemporary approaches in storytelling from the two countries.
The exhibition is ‘Delhi Photo Festival 2015’ Partner Gallery program.
This exhibition is organized by National Institute of Design (NID), India and co-organized by Yokohama Civic Art Gallery Japan, Risaku Suzuki Lab. Dep. of Intermedia Art, Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts Japan. It is supported by The Japan Foundation, Nomura Foundation, Embassy of Japan in India and Sony India Pvt. Ltd.
More information at : http://www.talesandfables.nid.edu/index.html
Date : 14th Oct ~ 9th Nov, 2015
(Closed on Sundays & 22 Oct.)
Time : 10:00 ~ 18:00
Venue : The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
* Exhibition opens at 4:30 PM on 14th Oct. & closes at 3:00 PM on 9th Nov.
♦ Related Event
Artist Talks, Book Readings & Gallery Walk
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 | 4.00 PM
* Above Event Dates, Time & Venues are subject to change.
2. Other travelling schedules
♦ Ahmedabad, India
Date : 4th ~ 28th Sep, 2015
Venue : National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad
♦ Yokohama, Japan
Date : 22nd ~28th Dec, 2015
Venue : Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Japan
Artists – JAPAN
Haruka Komori + Natsumi Seo (film & drawing)
Hoji Tsuchiya (animation)
Miyo Sato (animation)
Ryotaro Miyajima (film)
Saigo no Shudan (animation)
Shiho Kito (photography)
Artists – INDIA
Adira Thekkuveettil (photography & drawing)
Anoodha Kunnath (film)
Avani Tanya (photography)
Mansi Shah & Vishal Mehta (photography & drawing)
Meghana Bisineer (animation)
Mustaqueem Khan (film)
Nandita Jain (animation)
Nandita Kumar (animation)
Prachi Mokashi (film)
Saurabh Vyas (film)
Sukanya Ghosh (animation & film)
Uzma Mohsin (photography)
Photo Credit: Saigo-no-Shudan ‘The-Blown-Town-in-Tea’