FotoFest 2018, the largest display of Indian photography in the US, comments on culture, conflict
The INDIA/ Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art exhibition at this year's FotoFest addresses caste, migration and other issues | #FirstCulture
The 17th edition of Houston's FotoFest features 47 leading and emerging photographic and new media artists of Indian origin, working both in India and around the globe. The exhibition is ambitious, presenting a diverse range of approaches and ideas.
Organised by lead curator Sunil Gupta and FotoFest Executive Director Steven Evans, INDIA/ Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art addresses issues as varied as caste and class, gender and sexuality, activism and conflict, racism, religion, nationalism, new technologies and development, the environment, human settlement, migration, and integration.
More information about FotoFest 2018 can be found here.
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