Virtual Guided Tour Part 6 | Biennale fur aktuelle Fotografie

Guided tour

Date: Apr 24, 2020
Time: 06:00 pm - 07:00 pm IST
Venue: Online


Virtual Guided Tour Part 6 | Friday, April 24 | 6 pm (IST) | 2.30 pm (CEST)

The last tour will traverse through the show 'When Images Collide' with Ren? Zechlin, Director Wilhelm-Hack-Museum Ludwigshafen and exhibiting artist Sohrab Hura. Following which, we will have a Q&A session at the end. 

CPB recently had the opportunity to attend the Biennale f?r aktuelle Fotografie in Germany as part of the Goethe Institut South Asian Photography Visitors Program. Curated by David Campany ( @davidcampany ) this year's theme is 'The Lives and Loves of Images'. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biennale's shows were closed, but are now accessible online on The virtual guided tour series is in collaboration with Biennale f?r aktuelle Fotografie @die_biennale

How to Join?
The virtual tours happen via Zoom. Please click on this URL on the scheduled day to join the session. To ensure safety measures, this session requires a password. No registration required. 
Meeting-ID: 962 5168 2877

For any queries, email us at [email protected] 

Know more about the Panelists: 

Ren? Zechlin
Ren? was born in W?rzburg and currently is the director of Wilhelm-Hack-Museum Ludwigshafen, one of the most important museums for modern and contemporary art in Rhine-Neckar, since 2014. 
He has held curatorial positions at the Frankfurter Kunstverein and the Lewis Glucksman Gallery in Ireland and was the director of the Kunstverein Hannover. 

Sohrab Hura
Sohrab Hura lives and works in New Delhi. He is an associate member of Magnum Photos and is represented by Experimenter Kolkata.  
While the core of Sohrab Hura?s work lies in photographs, he tries to break that form regularly and extend it into film, text and sound. In 2010 he made Pati a ten minute short film in which is an assemblage of photographs, collected sounds, film footage as well as text and his voiceover to give a glimpse of life in a village in Central India. Continuing his experiments with this half moving form he has made The Lost Head & The Bird (2017) & Bittersweet (2019). He is currently finishing the production of his film The Coast (2020). 

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