Panorama Punjab

CCA elsewhere, in English, Qila Mubarak, Patiala, India, 4 March, 1pm

Martien de Vletter (Associate Director, Collection) will present on the legacy of Pierre Jeanneret at Panorama Punjab, a new festival of arts and culture in Patiala, India. As part of a day-long conference, de Vletter will discuss how Jeanneret’s archive, acquired by the CCA in 2010, relates to his time in Chandigarh and how archival research can support conservation and heritage. Other participants in the session include Gurmeet Rai (head of restoration, Qila Mubarak), Sean Anderson (associate curator, MoMA), and Sangeeta Bagga (principal, Chandigarh College of Architecture).


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