Bangalore Mirror, Christopher Taylor, 17 May 2015
Christopher Taylor - A Photographic Memory
Bangalore Mirror

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
Gulf News

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
The Hindu

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
Hindustan Times

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.

Domus, Jyoti Bhatt, May 2015
Jyoti Bhatt - Experiencing Photography

by Kaiwan Mehta

“There was nothing I could do about my concern for preservation, but I continued making photographic records of the art forms and art traditions that were still alive. This was in keeping with the ideas of Professor K.G. Subramanyan, who had coined the term Living Traditions.” This collection of relatively unexplored body of photographic work from the late 60s to the mid 90s documents artistic traditions, contextualised within their environments of production and life. Kaiwan Mehta documents Jyoti Bhatt's photographic experience.

Open Magazine, Karl Blossfeldt, 1 May 2015
Karl Blossfeldt - The Tree of Life
Open Magazine

by Rajni George

The exquisite plant photography of Karl Blossfeldt illuminates life from stalk to tendril in a rare exhibition

Deccan Herald, Karl Blossfeldt, 29 April 2015
Karl Blossfeldt - A pioneer who gave nature a new silhouette
Deccan Herald

by Ruchira Talapatra

A self-taught photographer and professor at the Royal School of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin, Karl Blossfeldt (1865–1932) is recognised for his extensive and unique photographs of plant portraits, created to support his argument that all forms created by man, have their origins in nature.