The Book and the Arts – A Publishing Journey : Tara Books Exhibition on 25-year engagement with Books Publishing at The Indo – Korean Cultural and Information (InKo) Centre, Chennai
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Recently visited The Book and the Arts – A Publishing Journey : Tara Books Exhibition on 25-year engagement with Books Publishing The Gallery @ InKo Centre, Chennai. The exhibition examined the book as a cultural object, features a set of brilliantly conceived typographic, with each image standing in for the spirit of a key Tara title. On display also are Tara’s titles published in the Korean language, testimony to creative global partnerships that help sustain journeys such as this one. Special thanks to Mrs. Sreekala Narayanan, the Executive Assitant of The Indo – Korean Cultural and Information Center, who enthusiastically guided and explained about Tara book publishing art exhibition.
Tara Books is a collective of writers, designers and bookmakers, who publish hand-made illustrated books for children and adults. While they generate many of their titles in-house, they also work with creative professionals from across the world. They are known for books made entirely by hand, and over the years expanded their skills in bookcraft to include risography and letter-press printing, in the old style.
About InKo Centre, Chennai:
InKo Centre is a registered, non-profit society supported primarily by TVS Motor Company Limited and Hyundai Motor India Limited; the Korean Association in Chennai and a host of Indian and Korean companies based in Chennai. The Centre works in close co-operation with the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, New Delhi; the Korean Cultural Centre, New Delhi and the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Chennai. InKo Centre, since inception in 2006 works consistently with key organizations in Korea and in India, with an aim to build long-term sustainable intercultural partnerships between the two countries.
InKo Centre regularly organizes inter-cultural programmes on the rich traditions of both India and Korea. With a focus on language, culture and information. You can find more details about their events and activites at their official InKo Centre website at http://www.inkocentre.org
How to reach InKo Center, Chennai:
InKo Centre Address: inKo Centre, 18, Adyar Club Gate Road, Chennai – 600 028.
Telephone: 044 2436 1224
Open Timings: Monday to Saturday – 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
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