• Yashna Kaul, Two pools (1988). 2017. Srinagar. Collage. From the series, The Image World.

  • Kaisar Ahamed, From the series Home

  • Riti Sengupta, From the series AIN

  •  Swastik Pal, From the series The Hungry Tide




  • Devika Mohan, From the series Capturing the Capturer

  • Aishwarya Arumbakkam, From the series Ka Dingiei

PIX is about investigating and engaging with broad and expansive fields of contemporary photographic practice in India and South Asia: its movement, transmission, appropriation and distinct relation to the allied arts.


The issue aims to open out dimensions of our personal/public lives – our selfhood, homes and shifting paradigms – in order to re-think social norms and traditions around our roles, within and outside family. As communities grow, groups mingle, some dissipate, and others perish, how do we visually or affectively trace or archive relationships? 

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PIX Personal Paradigms on FirstPost

Joshua Muyiwa writes about the latest issue of PIX, Personal Paradigms on Firstpost.com.


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