The National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai
The Ministry of Culture, Goverment of India
invite you to the opening of Project Cinema City show,
presented by National Gallery of Modern Art at NGMA Mumbai on Saturday 19th May at 6pm. Project Cinema City is an interface between arts, cinema, architecture, urban study and cultural studies.The present show marks 100 years of Indian Cinema.
Artists: Atul Dodiya, Anant Joshi, Apurva Parikh, Archana Hande, Design Cell- KRVIA, Kausik Mukhopadhay, Paroma Sadhana, Paromita Vohra, Pushpamala N, Rohan Shivkumar, Shikha Pandey, Shreyas Karle and many others who have designed the calendars
Filmmakers: Avijit Mukul Kishore, Hansa Thapliyal, Madhavi Tangella, Mamta Murthy, Rafeeq Ellias, Renu Savant, Richa Hushing, Rrivu Laha, Shrikant Agawane
The opening of the show will be followed by a seminar on Archiving the Contemporary on Sunday 20th May 2-7 pm at NGMA auditorium.
The show will be on till 29th June (Monday and national holidays closed) and ten Cinema City short films will be screened at NGMA auditorium every Saturday-Sunday 1-5 pm starting from 26th May.
The project is initiated by Majlis, in collaboration with KRVIA (Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture).
For more information and details about the seminar on Sunday May 20th, and the exhibition, please see the attached document, and visit: http://projectcinemacity.com/
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