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Editor: Manohar Khushalani

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PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION

 

 

NOVEMBER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

paisajes neuronales (NEURONAL LANDSCAPES)

Until 4th January 2011

Gallery hours: 11.30 am to 7.30 pm

 

The exhibition shows a selection of scientific images of the brain nervous system made by neuroscientists Spanish and some foreigners. Here we can see from the drawings of some of the pioneers in neuroscience as Ramon y Cajal, Golgi or Retzius, to the current images obtained using the best cutting-edge techniques, all selected according to their quality, content and beauty. The variety of forms, the light effects of individual product markings and bright colors make them highly suggestive images, images that surprise the viewer by its color and beauty, and in which to look at them we can not remember the great authors of abstract painting.

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MOBILE FILMING WORKSHOP

 

audiovisual narrative in your pocket

 

1st - 4th November 2010

Gallery hours: 11.30 am to 7.30 pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The proposed workshop consists of a program aimed at promoting culture and languages audiovisual transmediale centered perspective on mobile phones as a tool for recording but also receive audiovisual content. Aims to promote a conscious, critical and creative of new technologies, by providing participants with tools, methodologies and concepts associated with the production, distribution, audiovisual and digital content.

At the end of the workshop, students will have rolled individually or in groups, an audiovisual piece shot with their mobiles.

 

 

 

 

CINEMATOGRAPHIC CONFERENCE

 

cuban cinema: 50 anniversary of the cuban institute of cinematographic industry

 

4th November 2010. 6.30 p.m. Conference Room (Ground floor)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To mark the 50 anniversary of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Industry, Instituto Cervantes Nueva Delhi has prepared a special programme every SUNDAY AT 4.30 PM ( NEW DAY AND HOUR FOR FILMS SCREENING AT INSTITUTO CERVANTES) with the best Cuban films.

 

To introduce these films, on November 4th Embassy of Cuba in India, has prepared a conference about Cuban Cinema Industry in the last 50 years.

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY FILM SCREENING

7th November 2010 (4.30 pm). Auditorium. English subtitles

 

las doce sillas

 (Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. Cuba, 1962. 97 min.)

 

Las doce sillas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Soviet Russia in 1927, a former member of nobility, Ippolit Matveyevich Vorobyaninov, works as a desk clerk, until his mother-in-law reveals on her deathbed that her family jewelry had been hidden from the Bolsheviks in one of the twelve chairs from the family’s dining room set. Those chairs, along with all other personal property, had been expropriated by the government after the Russian Revolution. He becomes a treasure hunter, and after the “smooth operator” and con-man Ostap Bender forces Kisa ("Kitty", Vorobyaninov’s funny childhood nickname, which Bender prefers) to partner with him, they set off to track down the chairs. This ultimately helps Kisa, who doesn’t possess Bender’s charm and is not as street-smart.

 

OPEN HOUSE DAY

11th November 2010

 

instituto cervantes nueva delhi first anniversary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instituto Cervantes  Nueva Delhi is celebrating its first anniversary on November 11th. Therefore, it has prepared an open house day, with activities such as literary readings, musical performances, exhibitions, birthday cake tasting, and many more surprises. We look forward you!

 

 

 

 

PHOTO EXHIBITION

Opening: 11th November 2010 (6.30 pm)

 

the HIDDEN LANDs

BY Salvador Arellano Torres and Santiago Fernández Mosquera

 

Until: 26th November. Exhibition hall (Basement)

 

 

  They have toured India from Arunachal Pradesh to Maharashtra from Delhi to Chennai from Madurai to Haridwar, always with the same enthusiasm to guess on every face, every landscape and every profession, in light of the subcontinent. His photography stems from admiration for its people and its people, reflecting the shock of his eyes to the stunning images you see at every step. These photographs are a humble expression of what the Indian reality offers the visitor's eyes.

 

 

SUNDAY FILM SCREENING

14h November 2010 (4.30 pm). Auditorium. English subtitles

 

LUCÍA

(Humberto Solas. Cuba. 1968. 160 min.)

 

 

LucíaLucía

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traces episodes in the lives of three Cuban women, each named Lucía, from three different historical periods: the Cuban war of independence (with Spain), the 1930's, and the 1960's.

Lucía

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY FILM SCREENING

21st November 2010 (4.30 pm). Auditorium. English subtitles

 

el brigadista (the teacher)

(Octavio Cortázar. Cuba. 1977. 119 min.)

 

 

René de la Cruz y Patricio Wood en una escena del filme

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cuba, 1961. A young man living in the urban literacy comes to a village near the Bay of Pigs (Playa Girón). Must overcome initial resistance from some residents because of their youth, accustomed to an environment totally unknown and face the bandits who support the mercenary invasion. These experiences contribute to their maturity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VIDEO EXHIBITION

 

FRESHLATINO

 

Opening: 23rd  November 2010 (6.30 pm).

Unitil: 21st January 2010

 

FRESHLATINO is a project that uses video installation to explore the work of fourteen practices from Ibero-America: from small-scale architectural structures to projects that integrate contemporary art, performance and architecture and even cross the boundaries into other disciplines. They present a new approach to the complexities of the contemporary city through interventions in public spaces. 

Ibero-America is neither a natural concept, nor geographically continuous. In its essence lie historical and cultural ties of great significance. It is a community formed by Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries from Europe and Latin America, in total, 22 states with 600 million inhabitants whose common origins result in endless forms of living, a transcontinental community of great depth and richness.

The process of discovering, understanding and explaining the phenomenon of emerging Ibero-American architecture is an exciting journey, for this architecture is essentially a heterogeneous and diverse group that identifies its similarities by interpreting contemporary culture. To go about absorbing work by this group of young people is in itself a unique lesson on how to start up a professional practice: they work individually, in pairs, or by forming teams of up to twelve people. Thanks to modern communication technologies, they have managed to overcome global distances whilst at the same time remaining isolated from the everyday events in their immediate surroundings.

Freshlatino is a documentary platform which creates links between both sides of the Atlantic, re-sketching a new cultural geography, a new map.

The continual economic and political crises in Latin America are reflected in the architectural projects, since there is a clear interaction between politics and creativity, the economy and urbanisation within the city. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY FILM SCREENING

28th November 2010 (4.30 pm). Auditorium. English subtitles

 

fresa y chocolate

(Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. Cuba. 1993. 110 min.)

 

Nancy (Mirta Ibarra) y Diego

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Remain as a tribute to the understanding and tolerance, and as a testament to the challenging years in the midst of a bloody battle to be opened in this island Socialism, its constructors were torn between the old dogmas and prejudices and the new morality. The story of David and Diego is the story of two human beings in search of an area in which to be.

Opening the complex world of relationships, prejudice and need for communication, complex situations that lead us to conclude that solidarity is one of the best inventions of man.