delhi photo festival
An exhibition of rare and intimate photographs of the last 10 years of Mahatma Gandhi’s life by his personal chronicler and grandnephew, Kanu Gandhi.
A project culminating in an exhibition commissioned for Re-Imagine India exploring contemporary Indian and British culture through the prism of women’s lives in the Punjab, india, and the Black Country, UK.
An audio slideshow about intimacies in modern day India created by Anurag Banerjee for the Tiblisi Night of Photography in Tiblisi, Georgia.
A MILLION MUTINIES LATER
An exhibition of contemporary lens based art from India produced by Nazar Foundation for Ffotogallery as part of Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography 2017.
Created for CRY (Child Rights and You) this exhibition was the result of a workshop and photography project conducted during their Click Rights Campaign for the girl child’s right to education.
NAZAR KA ADDA
A series of gatherings of photographers and lens-based artists to show, discuss and critique their work. Conducted over a period of 3 years it also acted as a community building exercise.
Delhi Photo Festival is currently suspended.
DELHI PHOTO FESTIVAL
Venues: Indira Gandhi Centre for the Arts & Partner galleries across the city.
Venues: India Habitat Centre & Partner galleries across the city.
Venue: India Habitat Centre
Hand-signed limited edition of 500
Hard cover with slipcase
96 pages, 89 plates | 15 X 20 cm | 6 X 8 in
Cloth bound hardcover with fine art print
150 pages, 92 plates | 22.2 X 23.5 cm
WHEN ABBA WAS ILL
Hard cover | 106 pages, including gatefolds 6.25 X 8.25 in
HOME. STREET. HOME.
Soft cover | 112 pages | 75 photographs