Photography Exhibition: Life in troubled waters, 7th Feb – 5th March, Reis Magos Fort, 9.30 am – 6.30 pm

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Reis Magos Fort invites you to Life in Troubled Waters a photography exhibition by Selvaprakash Lakshmanan.
Opening on the 7th February 2020, 7 pm onward. The exhibition will go on from 8th February 2020 to 5th March 2020. It is open to public from 9.30 am to 5 pm (Monday Closed).

This exhibition is part of a project Selvaprakash has been working on for the last ten years, which explores the effects of climate change and development on India’s coastline. The images highlight the extraordinary natural beauty and uniqueness of the Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and West Bengal’s seafronts.

Selvaprakash is an independent Bangalore based photographer who has been widely published in the NY Times, Forbes, and Der Spiegel as well as many other leading newspapers and magazines in India.

There would be more events specially organized during the event. The details are as below:

12 Feb: a talk by Pantaleao Fernandes on ‘The dying professions of Goa due to modernism’
13 – 15 Feb: Photography Workshop by Selvaprakash Lakshmanan
15 & 16 Feb: Photoshop Workshop by Rajkishor Chauhan
19 Feb: a Film screening of Granary of Salcete by Vince Costa
26 Feb: a by Olencio Simoes about ‘Climate change’
5 March: Astronomy session ‘The talking sky’ by the Association of Friends of Astronomy

For any further details/registration call: +919673935195

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