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Date: Saturday, 22nd Aug 2015
Time: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Conducted by: Manish Khattry
Venue: E-MALL, Kolkata
Anyone who is interested in photography.
This is a free event so you have to only register. Seats are limited so it will be on first come first served basis.
Some of your pictures for review and critique.
Always make a note of the ticket code so that we can again generate one even if you have forgotten to carry the ticket to the event
Wanna discuss photography over Cha & Biscoot ?
Join us in this fun filled ADDA session, where you can exchange your views with our honoured guest Manish Khattry and get inspired by his wisdom.
Manish Khattry works as Chairman at Ishita Adlab and is a Faculty of Visual Arts at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. In the year 1993, he introduced computer as a medium of art for the first time in India and held the Indias first exhibition on computer painting at Lalit Kala Academy, New Delhi. Asias First Exhibition of Computer Painting by the Girl Artists at ABC Art Gallery, Varanasi was organized by him in 1997. He had been doing many National and International exhibitions since 1993. Has been ranked top street photographer in 74 countries from black&white.com, USA and 2nd most influential street photographer from UK.
Many Cartoons, Illustrations, Paintings, Photographs and articles published in national and international magazines, newspapers and journals. Manish Khattry bagged himself many National & International Awards and honors. He is a member of many well know organizations like Heritage Committee for the development of the city Varanasi, Advisory Board of Ganga Seva Nidhi, Archeological Survey of India for photography exhibitions in a Heritage building Maan Mahal, Board Member of 'Subah-e-Banaras', 'Namami Gange' etc.
This event offers a kaleidoscopic view of his work and an opportunity for us to see the world through his view finder.