2019 Toto Funds the Arts (TFA) Awards shortlist announced

We are pleased to announce that three photographers have been shortlisted for the 2019 TOTO- TASVEER Awards for Photography. They are (in no particular order) –

Ritaban Ghosh, Hooghly, Rishi Kocchar, Gandhinagar and V. Vinod Babu, Hyderabad

There are two awards to be won, each carrying a cash prize of Rs. 50000. The winners will be announce at the TOTO Awards function in Bengaluru on Friday, 18th January 2019. TFA and TASVEER wish the shortlisted photographers all the best.

 

 

Tasveer’s new book by William Dalrymple is out now!

Don’t miss the special launch offer and get over 25% off, exclusively on the Tasveer Bookstore.

Published by Harper Collins India, Tasveer’s new book features 51 black and white photographs accompanied by text by Dalrymple; alongside a foreword by the celebrated photographer, Raghu Rai. We ship worldwide with free shipping across India.

Offer valid for a limited period only. Get your copy now on the Tasveer Bookstore!

 

Tasveer is pleased to announce the representation of Bas Meeuws

For the first time in India, Tasveer presents a new exhibition and book by Bas Meeuws 

To commemorate Meeuws’ first exhibition in India, the gallery has brought out a new book that features his classic still life flowers inspired by the Dutch Golden Age; alongside a new series, Mughal Botanicals, produced in conversation with Tasveer. 

For more information, visit the Exhibitions page. The book is available here.

 

New post on the Tasveer Journal: The Car Walahs by Neeti Modgil

Shot over four months, Neeti Modgil’s The Car Walahs captures a marginalised community who lives unseen in a slum in the heart of Delhi

The photographs feature portraits of young boys and men shot in front of a studio background to isolate them from their environment. They are captured with their toy cars, in which they provide joy rides to children and families. 

Take a look at the series and read all about it on the Tasveer Journal here.

 

New Indian work by contemporary photographer, Karen Knorr 

Tasveer is pleased to announce a limited edition collector’s portfolio of photographs from Karen Knorr’s Indian Song

Knorr continues to explore the Indian tradition of representing and personifying animals in literature and art with India Song. Tasveer’s collector’s portfolio includes a collection of ten images from the critically acclaimed series.

For more information, please write to us at info@tasveerarts.com.

 

Tasveer presents Derry Moore’s latest book, In the Shadow of the Raj

Published by Prestel, the publication includes a foreword by Sir Mark Tully and has been edited by Nathaniel Gaskell

In the Shadow of the Raj features popular and iconic images by Moore, as well as over 40 previously unpublished photographs that explore the aesthetics of India’s past in the shadow of its present, recording a fading time and place.

Get your copy now on the Tasveer Bookstore.