07 April 2012

Kishor K. Sharma From the series Living in the Mist – the Last Nomads of Nepal


The notion of Freedom seeks to engage a series of photographs that may highlight how a circumstance, a point of view or even an idea may liberate an individual, an artist, the society, or even a perspective. How does freedom – or the lack of it – impact our everyday lives? The visualisation of ‘freedom’ can be expressed through actions, through notions of identity, through forms of resistance, or even through the power of an image – a portrait that may break the norms of convention, a landscape that may have a hidden history, or a candid shot that alters ones notion of reality. What are the notions that drive us, that make us rage against known barriers? What makes us free to be who we are?

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Miracles Do Happen, Even In Police States

Wendy Law-Yone

Where does the desire of a lifetime begin? Mine began, I think, with snow. The earliest games I remember playing as a child in Rangoon involved snow. Our home in those days of the early 1950s was on two floors of a four-storey edifice called the Thomas de la Rue building. Upstairs, on the top...

The Image ‘Act’

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Shoot You Dead, Shoot Me Dead

Akshay Mahajan / Kaushik Ramaswamy

Susan Sontag’s On Photography Was Published In 1977, and it remains astonishingly incisive. Look, for instance, at Sontag’s description of photography in the first chapter of the book, which establishes a voice, an attitude, an approach that is maintained throughout. Sontag describes...


In Companyganj sub-district, Sylhet border, people have been shot because of cattle smuggling. People crossing this area intend to sell cows from India to Bangladeshis. However, untoward shooting have happened upon unsettled negotiations with the BSF.

Border of Impunity

A M Ahad


Transcending Stereotypes

Nariman Ansari


Recent Work

Zachary Becker

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Yask Desai

Fakir wraps a shawl around his neck a few days after he had been released from local detox/rehab center. After many months of abuse and the constantly worsening family situation Fakir had been forced to attend a 40 day rehab program for addicts. This new kind of drug abuse is not only constantly increasing but also effecting people from various social and cultural backgrounds.

Phas Gaya – Being Stuck

Enrico Fabian


Killing Kittens

Andrea Fernandes


The Routineless Routine

Sam Harris


The Vadia Weddings

Sunny Lamba

EPSON scanner image

The Rule of Inconvenience

Zishaan Akbar Latif


Living in the Mist – the Last Nomads of Nepal

Kishor K. Sharma


Section 144

Ishan Tankha