Hindustan Times, Bourne & Shpeherd, 21st August 2015
Photography/Time Travel British Lensmen Samuel Bourne & Charles Shepherd...
by Arundhati Chatterjee
On Figures in Time, an exhibition of vintage prints by Samuel Bourne, Charles Shepherd and others of the Bourne & Shepherd studio.
Kannada Prabha - Saibal Das - 19th August 2015
Saibal Das - Manada Kannu Teresuva Chitragalu* (Pictures that open your mind)
On occasion of World Photography Day 2015, Kannada Prabha features Saibal Das.
Harper's Bazaar, Tasveer at Photo London 2015, Summer 2015
PREVIEW: Photo London
by Simon Bowcock
A new fair in London suggests a buoyant market for art photography. Photo London promises solid regional representation and a strong international flavor, finds Simon Bowcock.
Bangalore Mirror, Christopher Taylor, 17 May 2015
Christopher Taylor - A Photographic Memory
by Jayanthi Madhukar
Christopher Taylor travelled nine times by train between Mumbai and Kolkata for the love of old buildings in these two grand cities. The result is a series of striking images from the past.
Gulf News, Sebastian Cortes, 15 May 2015
Sebastian Cortes - Living spaces that history left behind
by Nilima Pathak
Photographer Sebastian Cortés captures the lingering vintage and architectural symbology in the homes of Sidhpur’s Bohra community
Artsome, Karl Blossfeldt, 9 May 2015
Karl Blossfeldt - Review | Karl Blossfeldt’s show “Art Forms in Nature”
by Monica Arora
Monica Arora reviews Karl Blossfeldt’s show “Art Forms in Nature”
Verve, Saibal Das, 5 May 2015
Saibal Das - Through The Ages
by Huzan Tata
Explore death, religion and memory through Saibal Das’ latest exhibition of monochrome images
The Hindu, Saibal Das, 3 May 2015
Saibal Das - Richer by emotion
by Nirmala Govindarajan
Photographer Saibal Das captures journeys of faith through pictorial narratives...
Hindustan Times, Karl Blossfeldt, 2 May 2015
Karl Blossfeldt - Shoots and Leaves
by Manjula Narayan
The spare beauty of Karl Blossfeldt's classic pictures of plants leads viewers to recall vivid snapshots from their own memories and act as a spur to inspiration. Manjula Narayan features the work of Karl Blossfeldt for the Hindustan Times.
Eat Stay Love, Sebastian Cortes, May 2015
Sebastian Cortes - Sidhpur, Redux | Poetry in Spaces
Eat Stay Love
by Rosalyn D’Mello
Photographer and writer Sebastian Cortés documents yet-existing ancient communities, which are under threat from modern influences, with some sort of religious zeal. His new work, the evocative and beautiful Sidhpur: Time Present Time Past takes us to a remote part of Gujarat, which is home to the prosperous Bohra Muslim community. Through a series of stunning photographs he captures the life and times of this elusive trading community. The carved and painted facades and the delightfully atmospheric interiors of their habitats; the way the past segues into the present through the shared narrative and histories of the inhabitants — it all comes alive in these photographic studies. Cortés, who is Italian by ancestry, was brought up in New York, moved to Milan for a few years, before finding home in the coastal town of Pondicherry on the east coast of India. In conversation with Rosalyn D’Mello.