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Documentary photography by Saravanan Dhandapani. “I am Saravanan Dhandapani, a Software professional. I am from Chennai, the business city of Tamilnadu, southern part of India. Photography is my passion, and the means through which I express the way I feel. People are my primary subject and I always try to document their condition as they go about their lives. I have been ...Читать далее →
Rajesh Kumar Singh photographer from Allahabad, India Working in the organization Associated Press The festival of Magh Mela in India. The Sacramento Bee's The Frame brings us more than 30 large sized photographs of the Magh Mela. The Magh Mela is one of the greatest annual religious pilgrimages for Hindus. In Hindu mythology, the Magh Mela's origin is said to be the beginning of ...Читать далее →
Karen Knorr was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany and was raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico in the 1960s. She finished her education in Paris and London. Karen has taught, exhibited and lectured internationally, including at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, The University of Westminster, Goldsmiths, Harvard and The Art Institute of Chicago. She studied at the University of Westminster ...Читать далее →
Abir Abdullah was born in 1971 in Bagerhat in Southern Bangladesh. He obtained a masters in Marketing (M. Com) from Dhaka University, before taking up photography. He completed a basic course in photography from the Bangladesh Photographic Institute in 1993, and completed a diploma in photojournalism from Pathshala in 1999. He was a student of the first batch of students ...Читать далее →
Sadhu Amar Bharati is an Indian holy man who claims he has kept his right hand raised in the air since 1973. Now, 38 years later, his hand is just a useless piece of skin and bone, but has become a symbol for Shiva worshipers around India. Until 1970, Amar Bharati was an average middle-class man who lived ...Читать далее →
"Joy Datta has been practicing photography since the year 2000. He has dabbled in fashion, advertising and films. Cinema has always been the driving force behind his visuals. Having witnessed some of the all time icons in the country he has been able to fuse his body of work and speak a cinematic language in his imagery." -Ogaan Publications, Brides Now "Joy ...Читать далее →
"My work often focuses on marginalization and alienation. I document people and places that exist on the edges of society, sometimes physically, mentally or both: excluded by choice or by circumstances. Concurrently, I am interested in control and conformity and I try to present both of these aspects within a photograph. In a time of consistent turmoil, I feel a need ...Читать далее →