Events

Fête de la photo : WOMEN IN THE PUBLIC EYE

In partnership with Kalakriti Art Gallery, French Embassy and Institut Français  WOMEN IN THE PUBLIC EYE Exhibition Taking Photography out of traditional spaces to reach new audience, this exhibition will be held on the surrounding walls of Kalariti Art Gallery.  The photographs featured in the exhibition depict the stories and lives of women across the world, highlighting the common themes among the ... Read More »

Fête de la photo : Astrophotography

Astrophotography Exhibition

In partnership with Birla Science Centre, French Embasy and Institut Français  Astrophotography Exhibition Astrophotography is a specialized type of photography that entails recording images of astronomical objects and large areas of the night sky. The first known attempt at astronomical photography was by French artist and physicist, Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre, inventor of the daguerreotype process which bears his name, who attempted in 1839 ... Read More »

Fête de la photo : HOLI

In partnership with Salarjung Museum, French Embassy and Institut Français  HOLI Exhibition Holi, the festival of Love and Spring, is the most exuberant of all the Indian celebrations. The goal of this extraordinary religious event is to dissolve the borders between individuals and to join with the divinity in unrestrained joy. On this ocassion we bring the beautiful colors of this festival ... Read More »

On Les Aura! (Line of Fire)

On les aura!

In association with Trident Hyderabad and University of Hyderabad                        2014 marks the 100th anniversary of what we now sadly know as The First World War. The Indian Army during this war contributed a number of divisions and independent brigades. 1 million Indian troops served overseas, of whom 74,187 Indian ... Read More »

Concert : Indiamore by Christophe Chassol

Pianist, composer, arranger and musical director, Christophe Chassol discovered music at the age of four. Impressed by the soundtrack of the film «The Towering Inferno» and after sixteen years of studies at the Conservatory, his ambition from the very start was to compose for films, unite sounds and images to produce music of great elegance, in the tradition of Jerry ... Read More »

Concert : Abaji

Abaji is a Lebanese-born multi-instrumentalist and singer- songwriter. His work spans many cultures and languages. With roots in Greece, Turkey, Armenia and France, he’s at home strumming a twangy bouzouki, blowing into a breathy duduk or bowing a soft-toned kamancheh. Abaji’s passion for instruments – and he has more than 250 -stems from his deep desire to take the sounds he began to ... Read More »