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Celebrating the art of photography

Celebrating the art of photography
Beginning from 5 March, the festival incorporates eight cities which includes Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Goa, Kolkata and Trivandrum. Aimed at showcasing the multi-faceted nature of French culture through unique Indo-French co-productions, the festival will be held for a month.

The festival endeavours to reach out to the audience by taking photography out of traditional spaces such as museums and galleries and showcase them in public spaces to change the relationship between people and their city. Delhi will witness Connaught Place being transformed into an art gallery with life size projections on the facades of inner circle, along with magical projections at the bus stops, subways to increase social inclusion. The idea is to explore all avenues to bring together amateur and professional photographers and photography enthusiasts.

Some highlights will include a mobile photo booth that will be showcased in Delhi TBC where Anay Mann, an expert photographer, will use backdrops of famous French places and venues. Other attractions of the festival will include the water screen image projections, a unique music tribute to India, photography exhibitions across several themes like urban living and Pablo Bartholomew's World of Indian Cinema.

WHEN: 5 March onwards
WHERE: Around Connaught Place
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