Waswo X. Waswo: Photowallah opens at Tasveer in Bangalore on 27th April

 

Tasveer is please to present its travelling exhibition Photowallah in Bangalore through 27th May

 

Photowallah presents for the first time, a survey of Waswo’s hand-coloured work produced at his studio in Udaipur, Rajasthan in collaboration with Rajesh Soni – a third generation hand colourist. An accompanying publication produced by Tasveer features photographs from the exhibition as well as a selection of previously unseen works.

 

The book is available at the gallery and at Tasveer’s online bookstore.

 

 

Serena Chopra: Bhutan Echoes goes on view in New Delhi in May 2017

 

A solo exhibition by Serena Chopra – Bhutan Echoes – opens at Bikaner House in New Delhi on 5th May and runs through 14th May 2017

 

Bhutan Echoes features evocative black and white photographs taken in Bhutan over a decade ago by Serena Chopra that form a unique personal photographic study of the landlocked Himalayan country. Alongside the exhibition, Tasveer has also published a book with exquisite reproductions of all of the photographs in the show and text by Manu S. Pillai. 

 

The book is available online at the Tasveer Bookstore.

 

Mahesh Shantaram: The African Portraits travels to Delhi in June 2017

  

Mahesh Shantaram’s The African Portraits will be on view at Exhibit 320 from 3rd to 16th June 2017 

 

Following an increasing number of racial attacks in India in the recent past, Shantaram set out on a project to increase awareness of the everyday racism and discrimination faced by Africans in India. With this project, Shantaram forces viewers to look beyond stereotypes – attempting to bring their stories and lives to the conscious attention of the larger Indian public. 

 

For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Exhibitions page.

 

The Tasveer Journal

#20 Alchemy

 

A new issue of the Tasveer Journal looks at the history of a syncretistic visual culture that brings together photography and painting traditions in India

 

The early years of photography in India were marked by a reciprocal relationship and fusion between the medium and painting traditions. The Journal’s #20 Alchemy examines this history – with painted photographs from the first half of the twentieth century that were part of Tasveer’s presentation at The Photography Show 2017, organised by AIPAD.

 

To read more and explore the works, visit the Tasveer Journal.

KK05TM19 - The Private Audience, Aam Khas, Junha Mahal, Dungarpur

 

Tasveer at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale until 29th March

 

In a Kochi-Muziris Biennale Collateral event, Tasveer is pleased to be showcasing a selection of works from Karen Knorr’s critically acclaimed series: India Song

 

Karen Knorr blurs the lines between reality and illusion in India Song by inserting animals into architectural spaces and heritage sites. This unexpected juxtaposition playfully subverts cultural spaces and punctures meaning traditionally associated with them, while posing questions about power, gender, colonialism and cultural appropriation through allegory. 

 

The exhibition is on view at Passage Malabar in Fort Kochi until 29th March 2017.  

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Winners of the 2017 Toto-Tasveer Award for Photography

 

Tasveer and Toto Funds the Arts (TFA) are delighted to announce this year’s winners of the Toto-Tasveer Award for emerging photographers

 

The Toto-Tasveer Award recognises two young and budding photographers in the country each year to receive a cash prize. This year, the winners are Sutirtha Chatterjee for his series The Sixth Sense that is concerned with schools for the blind, and Zhazo Miachieo for his work on substance abuse among children on the streets in Delhi. 

 

Explore the award-winning projects, featured in a new post on the Tasveer Journal.