Western medicine is relatively new in India, and despite coming from a region where caste divisions didn’t exist, discrimination seems to have made its way into the Indian system, says Arun Vijai Mathavan
Invisible Women, Visible Work: P Sainath's photos document the labour and lives of Indian rural women
The exhibition, documenting the ‘astonishing labour that poor women put in every day of their lives and the gigantic – yet unacknowledged – contribution they make to national economy’ was first inaugurated in the winter of 2002 at a conference of All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) in Visakhapatnam.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Gauri Gill depicts everyday lives of an Adivasi village in Maharashtra using masks
Gauri Gill's 'Acts of Appearance' assumed its form within a village of Adivasi paper mache artists from the Kokna tribe in Jawhar district of Maharashtra.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Catherine Leutenegger captures Rochester, Kodak's headquarters, after the company's decline
Swiss photographer Catherine Leutenegger’s 'Kodak City' series, reveals what remains of Kodak as a business and the ways in which the decline of the company impacted the city of Rochester.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Manit Sriwanichpoom looks at Thai struggle for democracy through the lens of oblivion
Thai photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom's Horror in Pink is a retrospective of the blood-soaked milestones in the long Thai struggle for democracy, looked through the lens of apathy and oblivion.
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Armin Linke's works depict how socio-economic forces shape spaces, objects
The artist and filmmaker Armin Linke is internationally renowned for his photographs and expansive archive, in which he documents the rapid changes occurring at the earth’s surface both photographically and in moving images.
Artist Pushpamala N on her diverse body of work, feminism, curating the upcoming Chennai Photo Biennale
Pushpamala is the Artistic Director and curator of this year’s edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale which opens on 22 February.