Sunil Gupta: The Gaze of Memory

Shaikh Ayaz

Sunil Gupta challenges the limits of queer aesthetics

Points of View

India of the 1800s and 1900s seen through a French and Indian lens

How Real is the Image? How Futile is that Question?

Mediation is the life-force behind all images

Raihan Rajiv Vadra: Playing With Perception

His debut photo exhibition is a work in light and darkness. He tells Antara Raghavan how a passion has become a habit

Prabuddha Dasgupta: The Literary Photographer

Prabuddha Dasgupta compresses entire stories into his frames

Runs in the Family

A collaborative photo book looks at an immigrant scientist’s images through his son’s eyes

The Historian’s Eye

Tracing the footprints of Anarchy from Shah Alam’s Delhi to the Company’s Calcutta with a camera phone. Text and Photographs by William Dalrymple

The Cruelty of Images

Could the assault of self-same images of suffering make us immune to their potency?

Framing the Fable

This study on the evolution of photography in the subcontinent strikes a fine balance between the medium’s formal and aesthetic aspirations

Camera as Sketchbook

Rediscovering Jyoti Bhatt, the chronicler of living traditions


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