Dreams, sequence et al
Fiorenzo Senese is an Italian manager and photographer who now calls Mumbai city his own. Combining his passion for traveling and his penchant for photography (he started learning as a teen), he has visited several countries and recorded his experiences and memories through his snapshots.
The One; each section of the ceiling has a glass that lets daylight filter in.
Interestingly, the images have certain characteristics that make them stand out: there are deliberate overexposures, underexposures, graining and outoffocuses in his image and none of the photographs have been altered during post-production. This imparts to the images a certain dreamlike quality, thus giving the exhibition its name.
The artist has so far exhibited at several events in Istanbul (where he resided earlier). His latest exhibit, after Mumbai, will be showcased in several other Indian cities and lastly in Italy.
Till February 21,
12 pm to 8 pm
at Piramal Art Gallery,
NCPA, Nariman Point.
Don’t miss the photography exhibition, Feodor Chaliapin: Pages of My Life about the Russian opera singer who donned many hats including that of a singer, actor and reformer of opera theatre and performed at opera houses around the world. The exhibition, curated in 2013 to mark the 140th anniversary of Chaliapin’s birth, introduces drawings that the great artiste had sent to his friends and relatives during his endless tours; he depicted on notepads in foreign hotels and on pieces of paper that came into hand about his impressions of different countries, cultures and people.
On February 12 to 21, 4 pm
To 6 pm
At Jamshed Bhabha Theatre Foyer, NCPA, Nariman Point.