India Art Fair 2017: Film Programme, 02 Feb 2017 — 05 Feb 2017

India Art Fair 2017: Film Programme

NSIC grounds, Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi, Okhla Industrial Area

The India Art Fair Film Programme “Art on Film” is curated by Godrej India Culture Lab with Avijit Mukul Kishore and Rohan Shivkumar. The focus of this program is to showcase the relationship between visual arts and movie from the 1960s to the contemporary age. The program spans from movie made, interpreted or related to artists and follow the narrative of Indian art from Modernist abstraction to the Narrative Figuration.

3 February at 6pm
Events in a Cloud Chamber 
Directed by Ashim Ahluwalia, Colour, 16mm and Super8 on video, 21 min, 2016
Courtesy: Future East and Jhaveri Contemporary

Directed by Tyeb Mehta, B/W, 35mm on video, 17 min, 1970
Produced by Films Division

Through the Eyes of a Painter
Directed by M. F. Hussain, B/W, 35mm on video, 18 min, 1967

Lal Bhi Udhass Ho Sakta Hai (Even red can be sad)
Directed by Amit Dutta, Colour, Digital Video, Hindi with English subtitles, 58 min, 2015
Produced by Films Division and Art1st Foundation

4 February at 6pm
Watermelon, Fish and Half Ghost
Directed by Payal Kapadia, Colour, Digital Video, Gujarati with English subtitles, 11 min, 2013
Produced by Film and Television Institute of India

To Let the World in, Volume I
Directed by Avijit Mukul Kishore, Colour, Digital Video, 93 min, 2012
Produced by Art Chennai

5 February at 5:30pm
The colour blue: Are there Krishna?
Directed by Ein Lall, Colour, Digital Video, 30 min, 1998
Produced by Public Service Broadcasting Trust

Closing film:
Directed by Kamal Swaroop, Colour, Digital Video, 52 min, 2016
Produced by Public Service Broadcasting Trust

Contacts & Details
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NSIC grounds, Okhla Industrial Area, New Delhi, Okhla Industrial Area
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