Albus Atrum 2018 - where photography students display their best

Mumbai, Oct 25, 2018: Noted sculptor and architect Arzan Khambatta will inaugurate ALBUS ATRUM, 2018 – a compelling annual graduation photo exhibition of the works the students of Bharati Vidyapeeth's School of Photography (BVSP) at the Nehru Centre Gallery on October 30. Dr Vishwajeet Kadam, secretary, Bharati Vidyapeeth will preside over the function. This is the sixth edition of the show.
Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University) School of Photography, Pune was founded in 2011 to redefine visual storytelling in India by converging the newest infrastructure with the finest faculty, helping students thrive in the ever-evolving world of visual media.

Their courses have set new standards in photography and cinematography education and offer a wide choice to the students.

Like every year, the current batch of students of BVSP is ready to showcase groundbreaking work in the field of commercial photography through Albus Atrum-18, the annual graduation exhibition of the school.
“The graduating students will be presenting work from all different genres of photography like fashion and people, advertising and commercial, architectural, food etc. Each edition of Albus Atrum has been a grand success and has provided the students with an unmatched platform in order to facilitate their foray in to the world of commercial photography,” stated Rajan Chaughule, noted photographer and director of BVSP.

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