Archive

Apr 21

What colour is the...

L. Somi Roy, film curator and...

Maharaja Churachand Singh of Manipur and Maharani Dhanamanjuri Devi, 1905, The Imasi Foundation I don’t know how to write except from what I hear, from what I experience. I write from what I...

Read More.
Apr 15

In Conversation, Lukas Birk...

Artist and co-author of Photo...

Large format portraits, Jamalistan Studios, 1960s “Photography as craft is what this splendid volume examines – photography at the living, bleeding intersection of culture, war, frontier and...

Read More.
Apr 8

Re-creating Pastness

Sabeena Gadihoke, Professor at the...

View of Light Works exhibition. 2017. Jitendra Arya Foundation "While the scene stills and on-the-set candid shots would be used to sell the movie, the portraits could be used to introduce a...

Read More.
Mar 31

Collecting family photographs

An interview with Deepali Dewan, Dan...

Installation view of The Family Camera exhibition (2017). Courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum © ROM. Photo Credit: Brian Boyle, MPA, FPPO. “I am a passionate lover of the snapshot because of...

Read More.
Mar 14

Audacious imaginings

Do the advancements in imaging technology call for a new aesthetic of photography? Today, art institutions are served with the challenge of disseminating the techniques, truths and potential...

Read More.
Mar 19

Myanmar’s ‘important...

Long gone are the days of Myanmar’s magazine culture. In years past, editors, writers and designers would meet in teashops across Yangon, making arrangements for their latest editions. Though...

Read More.
Jan 17

A South Asian Identity

How a motley collection of images reasserts the strength of a sub-continental ethos woven from shared cultural strands A subtle shift in the plates rocked the very heart of Patan in Nepal...

Read More.