Category Archives: Chobi Mela Evening Presentations

A Show of Magic

A trip to The British Council to see work by Gareth Phillips and Joanna Pettrie turned into a haunting journey into the macabre side of our, ok, my, dreamworld. While Phillips showed images from a hospice, Petrie showed work from her own … Continue reading

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Whose work is it anyway? by Chris Riley

Tension is the elemental force of creativity. Creativity is about making something new, pulling it out of the universe and presenting it to us so that we see differently and feel new feelings. A power of photography is that it … Continue reading

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Dialog in Dhaka by Chris Riley

Today, Chris Riley joins as a contributor to this blog, bringing an ousider perspective of the Chobi Mela VI festival.  Chris Riley will address Chobi Mela VI at the Goethe Institut Evening Presentations on Wednesday  26 January, 2011 at 7:15 … Continue reading

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Pathshala Students Exhibit at Chobi Mela VI

This year’s Chobi Mela features more students and ex-students from Pathshala than in previous years and highlights the high quality of work that is being produced in the institution. The new breed of photographers is more dynamic and experimental, breaking traditional … Continue reading

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Chobi Mela VI – Evening Presentations

 During the week of 21 January to 27 January 2011, there will be Evening Presentations and Discussions at Goethe-Institut Auditorium daily.   Venue: Goethe-Institut Dhaka (Auditorium) House No. 10, Road No. 9 (new) Dhanmondi R/A Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh Tel: +880 … Continue reading

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