Derry Moore: In the Shadow of the Raj travels to New Delhi


Tasveer’s travelling exhibition In the Shadow of the Raj opens at Bikaner House on 3rd May and will run until 13th May


Showcasing Moore’s architectural studies, interiors, landscapes and portraits shot in India in the 1970s onwards, In the Shadow of the Raj features a selection of photographs from Tasveer’s new book published by Prestel.


For more information, please visit the Exhibitions page.


A new exhibition and book by Dutch photographer, Bas Meeuws 


Bas Meeuws: Spring in the Wintertime opens at TARQ, Mumbai on 10th May (Art Night Thursday) and continues until 31st May


Featuring a selection of 43 photographs, bringing together new and previously unseen Indian work produced with Tasveer, Spring in the Wintertime also includes Meeuws’ Dutch work inspired by the Golden Age. 


For more information, visit our Exhibitions page.


William Dalrymple’s inaugural exhibition opens in Mumbai


A new exhibition, The Historian’s Eye, by William Dalrymple opens at Akara Art on 12th April and runs until 3rd May 


Dalrymple is celebrated for his travel and history writing. This exhibition presents a collection of images taken during his travels across India and parts of Pakistan over the last three years, while researching his upcoming book.


For more information, visit our Exhibitions page.


New issue on the Tasveer Journal: #21 Of Gods & Men


The Tasveer Journal takes a look at Yannick Cormier’s series, Masquerade for the Gods; alongside an essay by Waswo X. Waswo


Masquerade for the Gods captures the tiny nondescript South Indian village of Kulasekarapattinam during the ten-day Dasara festival, when over a million people converge on this coastal town, to celebrate and pray.


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 new 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.


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Toto Funds the Arts announces the winners of the Toto-Tasveer Awards!


Aishwarya Arumbakkam and Taha Ahmad receive the 2018 Toto-Tasveer Award for emerging photographers


In association with Tasveer, the award for emerging photographers is given to two winners who are selected by a panel of eminent judges to receive Rs. 30,000 each. Congratulations to this year’s winners!


For more information, visit the TFA website here.