Pankaj Sekhsaria’s photographs of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands depict the abundant beauty of the region while also addressing its geopolitical issues
A four-member bench headed by Justice Swatanter Kumar allowed activities like renting of local (Pahari) dresses and photography at Rohtang Pass.
As war plane motifs hover in the sky, a Kalighat-inspired image of Durga slaying the demon Mahishasura beside the scene, acts as a metaphor.
Madhu Pandit’s photographs are being shown at an exhibition at the Government Museum and Art Gallery in Sector 10. The exhibition is on till November 9.
Internationally renowned photographer Roger Ballen talks about his controversial portraits of marginalised South African whites, the subject of his first exhibition in India.
Thirty-three years after his death, Kishor Parekh’s iconic series ‘Bangladesh: A Brutal Birth’ is on display in the Capital. His son, Swapan Parekh, on the famous work, and why it took so long to exhibit it here.
A Delhi-based organisation is using photography to encourage slum children to address social issues.
From the idyllic architectural views of the 1850s to emotive portraiture of the early 20th century, an exhibition chronicles early photography in India.
Max Mueller Bhavan in Mumbai, will showcase her select works
Batth’s click shows Sarabjit Kaur working on the valve of a water pump while in the background a male farmer.
Under the aegis of India Photo Archive Foundation, six photographers were commissioned to focus on bandwallahs from across India.
Three photographers explore moods and moments of acid victims, the Yamuna and the Kokrajhar riots.
An exhibition provides an insight into India’s first woman photo journalist Homai Vyarawalla’s archives.
Goa hosts Sensorium, a cultural festival that explores the relationship between photography and other art forms.
Here are a few tips to that perfect macro shot of a lamp or a long exposure shot of fireworks on Diwali.