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Faded Glory: A photographer's depiction of the Chhau, Ghora naach, through nostalgia and an archivist lens
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Faded Glory: A photographer's depiction of the Chhau, Ghora naach, through nostalgia and an archivist lens

In Faded Glory, isolated artists can be seen casually lounging in their regal costumes amid the village landscape — perhaps indicating that they are as integral to Purulia’s natural setting as are the trees, the river and the hills.

Rooftops as an antidote to the lockdown: A photographer documents people's shared joys, closeness on terraces
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Rooftops as an antidote to the lockdown: A photographer documents people's shared joys, closeness on terraces

On a rooftop, it is possible to convince yourself that not everything has changed since the pandemic: it’s still possible to spend time with family outdoors, to play the odd game of cricket, to meet friends and relatives.

In Sebastiao Salgado's photography, a piercing reflection on the pathos of climate change, migration
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In Sebastiao Salgado's photography, a piercing reflection on the pathos of climate change, migration

Intensely political yet captivating, Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado’s body of work examines the beauty and brutality of the human condition. More recently, his photographs serve as an ode to the planet — an optimistic view of what we must save and celebrate.

At the Indian Photo Festival 2019, prize-winning portraits capture faces of joy, hope and despair
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At the Indian Photo Festival 2019, prize-winning portraits capture faces of joy, hope and despair

The Indian Photo Festival running at Hyderabad from 19 September to 20 October held a portrait competition for photographers in the Indian subcontinent. It received almost 1200 entries of which 20 were chosen. It was judged by fine art photographer Rafique Sayed.