Two years ago, the National Gallery of Canada, the Globe and Mail, and the Archive of Modern Conflict staged an exhibition called Cutline to interrogate the question of changing media technology, photojournalism, and archive in the (pre)digital age. Since then the Globe and Mail, Canada’s largest national newspaper, has moved to a new location within Toronto as planned. Its old facility, along with the public installation of the exhibition, has
Architectural domes in Bulgaria and Cuba! Who says that spirituality does not exist in the Communist world?
Are we living in a bubble world? Bangalore, India seems to have the answer.