Wednesday, 11 December 2013


Following from Anil Cherukupalli

We are happy to announce the next event in the Wanted Series in Mumbai which will take place on 18 December 2013 at the Max Mueller Bhavan, K. Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda from 6 pm to 9 pm.

The theme of the discussion is WANTED: ETHICS IN PHOTOGRAPHY.

Photography, after the introduction to the ethereal world of electronics has undergone a revolution that has extreme implications on the moral and ethical, as well as the legal and professional dimensions of photography. The digital revolution offers empowerment and opportunity, along with a range of new problems such as digital manipulation, legal status of ownership rights over images, intellectual property rights, reproduction rights, right to freedom, and the right to privacy.

Photographers, journalists, and artists, too encounter ethical challenges in their professional and personal lives. Though not easy, but often, an answer to such challenges may emerge from brainstorming or intense discussions. Do we have a framework of ethics and morals on creating and consuming photography in India? Are ethics and morals the same? Are ethics and laws consistent in India? Should ethics be sacrificed for the higher good of the society? Do professional ethics in one discipline conflict and contradict with ethical conduct of another discipline? Can a voluntary ethical and moral framework be developed for use by photographers in India? The invited speakers will share their experiences, which will be followed by an open discussion with everyone present.

To register for the event please go here:

The WANTED SERIES is an interaction conceived and organised by Goa Center for Alternative Photography (Goa-CAP) and Aksgar in collaboration with Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan, where prominent editors, curators and publishers from the art, photography and media world will discuss critical issues on photography in an informal setting. 

This is a discussion series which travels to different cities in India. You can read more about the Wanted Series at
Best wishes,

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