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Indira Gandhi National Centre For Arts

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The Delhi Photo Festival is Back with a Bang

Kasturi posted on 19th August

Ten Second Takeaway

The Delhi Photo Festival is back in its third edition, with the theme 'Aspire' and we can’t wait to view the spread coming in from 69 countries. Find exhibitions, talks, workshops, reviews and more at DPF this year.

Are we excited?

Yes, we are. Delhi Photo Festival {DPF} is India’s largest, and the first international photography arts festival, which will be held all across Delhi at IGNCA and partner galleries. This is a non-profit initiative of the Nazar Foundation. They will showcase the best of contemporary photography with more than 1,200 submissions from 69 countries. The theme this year is 'Aspire' and LBB will be keeping all our readers on board, with sneak peeks into the workings of this fabulous photo festival.

maxim dondyuka

Photograph by Maxim Dondyuka

Looking through the lens

From 30th Oct till 8th Nov, DPF will be initiating dialogue through talks, lectures, seminars and workshops, as well as helping  build a commune of photography users, practitioners and lovers. Also look out for screenings and {we love this} an outreach programme for kids, disadvantaged youth, and a masterclass for promising photographers.

Klaus Pichler

Photograph by Klaus Pichler

So, come aboard!

We at LBB would love for everyone to get involved: DPF is inviting responses, in the form of photos of course, at on 19th August, World Photography Day. They will be chosen and put up on Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #DPF2015. Looking forward to an amazing fest. Are you?

When: 30th Oct- 8th Nov

Where: IGNCA, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, CV Mess, Janpath

Nearest Metro Station: Janpath

Contact: Send entries to

Date: 30th Oct - 8th Nov

For regular updates, follow their website here.

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Indira Gandhi National Centre For Arts

Mansingh Road
Cultural Centres