#DPF2015 Behind The Scenes

Snapshots from the first curatorial meet of this edition of the Delhi Photo Festival

On Sunday, August 16, the curatorial team of this edition of the Delhi Photo Festival gathered at the IGNCA to discuss the edits and layouts of the different print exhibitions. Brainstorming sessions and endless discussions later, the meeting turned out to be a fruitful one. The design and layouts of most of the print exhibitions have been decided and the remaining ones will be finalised by the end of this week.

This edition of the Delhi Photo Festival opens on October 30 at the IGNCA, Delhi.

Sumit Dayal, core team member of #DPF2015, outside the Maiti Ghar at the IGNCA.

Sumit Dayal, core team member of #DPF2015, outside the Maiti Ghar at the IGNCA.

Asmita Parelkar, #DPF2015 volunteer in a light mood before the discussions begin.

Asmita Parelkar, #DPF2015 volunteer in a light mood before the discussions begin.

Discussing Sebastion Forkarth’s #DPF2015 exhibition, Safe Haven.

Discussing Sebastian Forkarth’s #DPF2015 exhibition, “Safe Haven”.

Asmita Parelkar listens intently to feedback on her proposed designs.

Asmita Parelkar listens intently to feedback on her proposed designs.

Brainstorming session under way inside the twin art galleries of the IGNCA.

Brainstorming session under way inside the twin art galleries of the IGNCA.

Co-founder of the festival, Prashant Panjiar at his animated best during the curatorial meet.

Co-founder of the festival, Prashant Panjiar at his animated best during the curatorial meet.

#DPF2015 volunteer, Tanvi Mishra doing some quick calculations on her phone.

#DPF2015 volunteer, Tanvi Mishra doing some quick calculations on her phone.

A pensive Sumit Dayal while talking about Austrian photographer Verena Prenner’s #DPF2015 exhibition, Contained.

A pensive Sumit Dayal while ideating about Austrian photographer Verena Prenner’s #DPF2015 exhibition, “Contained”.

Karan, Tanvi and Asmita share a laugh while waiting for the others to come out to the lawns to take the discussions further.

Karan, Tanvi and Asmita share a laugh while waiting for the others to come out to the lawns to take the discussions further.

Asmita Parelkar talking about Angelica Dass’ #DPF2015 exhibition Humanae.

Asmita Parelkar presents an idea about how Angelica Dass’ #DPF2015 show “Humanae” can be exhibited.

Prashant Panjiar in another one of his animated modes during the discussions about design and layout of the exhibitions.

Prashant Panjiar in another one of his animated modes during the discussions about design and layout of the exhibitions.

#DPF2015 volunteer Karan Vaid lays out the prints for Vinit Gupta’s Where They Belong.

#DPF2015 volunteer Karan Vaid lays out the prints for Vinit Gupta’s “Where They Belong”.

The curatorial team at the IGNCA.

The curatorial team at the IGNCA.

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