Karan Kapoor: Time & Tide on view in Mumbai at TARQ
Tasveer is delighted to present for the first time in India, an exhibition of limited edition silver gelatin prints by Karan Kapoor
Time & Tide showcases some of Karan Kapoor’s earliest work that focuses on people and places that have either been lost to history, or changed beyond recognition. The first series, shot in the 1980’s, documents the ageing Anglo-Indian community while the second series, taken in the 1990’s, captures the last of ‘Portuguese Goa’. Alongside the exhibition, Tasveer will publish a new photo book with text by William Dalrymple and Felicity Kendal.
The exhibition will be on view at TARQ from 23rd September to 16th October 2016. For more information, please visit the Exhibitions page.
Tasveer to exhibit at the 20th edition of Paris Photo 2016
Tasveer announces its participation in the 20th edition of Paris Photo between 10 and 13 November 2016
This year, at the anniversary edition of Paris Photo, Tasveer is delighted to present a selection of photographers and works that highlight the fusion of photography and painting traditions in the early years of photography in India. With a lineup of artists, by the likes of Jyoti Bhatt, Karen Knorr, Flor Garduño, Waswo X. Waswo and Rohit Chawla, the group exhibition roughly explores the history of creative photographic manipulation in India.
For more information and details about the festival and exhibition, visit the Exhibitions page.
The Tasveer Journal features Ken Hermann
The Tasveer Journal takes a look at Ken Hermann’s intriguing series of portraits ‘Flower Man’ of flower sellers from the Malik Flower Market in Kolkata
Ken Hermann questions conventional ideas of masculinity in ‘Flower Man’, making a larger point about socially constructed gender stereotypes, and turning them on their head—with men who stand largely self-assured, confident and proud, rarely even smiling, sometimes gazing intensely into the lens, even while gently clutching a bundle of flowers to their chest.
Explore ‘Flower Man’ on the Tasveer Journal. Happy Reading!
The Tasveer Journal
#18 Forms of Discrimination
A new issue of the Tasveer Journal launches with an excerpt an essay by Caroline Bertram for Mahesh Shantaram’s The African Portraits
This issue of the Tasveer Journal will look at photographic works that explore the complex relationships between identity, discrimination, perception and representation. Bangalore-based photographer Mahesh Shantaram sheds light on this topic through his series, The African Portraits, of intimate portraits of Africans living in India. Furthermore, the series may contribute to changing the discourse about the underlying racisms that persist in Indian society.
Read the excerpt from Caroline Bertram’s essay, The Invisible Fence, and explore Shantaram’s The African Portraits, on the Tasveer Journal.
Maharanis: Women of Royal India Exhibition in Jodhpur
Tasveer is thrilled to announce that its exhibition Maharanis: Women of Royal India is on view in Jodhpur
Chronicling the historical representation of royal women in India for over half a century, and through it, tracing the changing tropes of photographic portraiture, this exhibition brings to the light the shadowed lives of the fascinating women of erstwhile Princely India. The accompanying book, produced by Tasveer and Mapin Publishing features 134 photographs, some of which have never been seen before, and four original texts.
The exhibition will be on view at Mehrangarh Fort until 9th October, after which it will show at Raas Hotel from 14th October to 13th November. The book is available on the Tasveer Bookstore.
Tasveer joins the Association of International Photography Art Dealers
We are pleased to announce that Tasveer is the first member of AIPAD from South Asia in the organisation’s 35 year history.
AIPAD is a prestigious international organisation dedicated to creating and maintaining high standards in the business of exhibiting, buying and selling photographs as art. Acting as a collective voice for its member galleries, AIPAD promotes public appreciation of photography as art. The Association has become a unifying force in the field of photography. Acting as the collective voice of the art photography dealers that make up its membership, AIPAD maintains ethical standards, promotes communication within the photographic community, encourages public appreciation of photography as art, concerns itself with the rights of photographers and collectors, and works to enhance the confidence of the public in responsible photography.