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Mar 19, 2019
Photographer Ramya Reddy on her new book about the Nilgiris and its inhabitants, a decade in the makingSoul of the Nilgiris, photographer Ramya Reddy's new book, "is the story of a place told through a personal tapestry of oral narratives, conversations, writings and over 300 photographs — taken over nine years, drawn from the creative abundance of this millennia-old mountain land and her centuries-old inhabitants."
Mar 06, 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Gauri Gill depicts everyday lives of an Adivasi village in Maharashtra using masksGauri 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.
Mar 05, 2019
Arundhati Roy's talk at the Chobi Mela 2019 cancelled after Dhaka Police withdraws permission for the eventThe talk at the Chobi Mela [X] also marked Arundhati Roy's first-ever visit to Bangladesh and hence a lot of preparations were underway.
Mar 02, 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Catherine Leutenegger captures Rochester, Kodak's headquarters, after the company's declineSwiss 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.
Feb 28, 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Manit Sriwanichpoom looks at Thai struggle for democracy through the lens of oblivionThai 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.
Feb 26, 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Shadi Ghadirian represents today's woman through computer iconsIranian artist and photographer Shadi Ghadirian's exhibition 'Ctrl+Alt+Del' represents today's modern woman through computer icons.
Feb 23, 2019
Chennai Photo Biennale 2019: Armin Linke's works depict how socio-economic forces shape spaces, objectsThe 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.
Feb 18, 2019
Misogyny and racism as spectacle and performance: A critique of Mahesh Shantaram’s African Portraits, Forbidden LoveMahesh Shantaram’s work fits into a long history of photographing and projecting black bodies as sites of victimhood
Feb 07, 2019
Artist Pushpamala N on her diverse body of work, feminism, curating the upcoming Chennai Photo BiennalePushpamala is the Artistic Director and curator of this year’s edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale which opens on 22 February.
Feb 06, 2019
Photographer Thomas Laird on his 30-year commitment to saving Tibetan Buddhist muralsNot all of the murals in Tibet can be seen or studied, and many of them are disappearing. Thomas Laird's photographs could be the last evidence that these murals ever existed