Swapan Nayak

DNA, Gardens of the Mind, 13th March 2016
Swapan Nayak - Colour Coded Garden

by Ornella D'Souza

Ornella D’Souza reports on Gardens of the Mind: Photographers Swapan Nayak & Gilles Bensimon present two ways of looking at nature in a joint exhibition.

Hindustan Times, Gardens of the Mind, 26th February 2016
Swapan Nayak - The Nature of Things

by Soma Das

Flowers in full bloom or the stark beauty of jungles, two photographers interpret nature in contrasting ways. Soma Das previews Gardens of the Mind,  featuring photographs by Gilles Bensimon & Swapan Nayak.

Bangalore Mirror, Gardens of the Mind, October 2015
Swapan Nayak - An Unusual Pair

by Jayanthi Madhukar

The Bangalore Mirror announces the opening of Gardens of the Mind at the Tasveer Gallery, bringing together for the first time the works of Gilles Bensimon and Swapan Nayak. 

Live Mint, Swapan Nayak, September 5th 2015
Swapan Nayak - Art Review | Radha: A Love in Eternity

by Shamik Bag

Shamik Bag reviews Swapan Nayak’s photographic series, Radha:  A Love in Eternity, while being shown in Kolkata, as part of Tasveer’s Gardens of the Mind exhibit.

Swapan Nayak - Deccan Herald, 7 May,2011
Swapan Nayak - Immersed in painful beauty

by Marta Jakimowicz

“Being and Nothignness”, the photography exhibition by Swapan Nayak at Tasveer (April 20 to May 12), brings an unusually cathartic experience, as the artist’s modesty allows his formal sensitivity….  

The Hindu - 22 April, 2012
Swapan Nayak - Freezing shadows

by Jessu John

Award-winning independent photographer Swapan Nayak’s latest body of work titled “Being and Nothingness” is making a splash in Bengaluru aftre doing a round in Mumbai….

Deccan Chronicle - 21 April, 2012

by Darshana Ramdev

At every stage of my life, the past, and the long forgotten, resurface to throw light on the present. Which is why I seek a kind of quite….

Swapan Nayak - Time Out - Bengaluru, 13 April, 2012
Swapan Nayak - Raider of the lost dark

by Jaideep Sen

Swapan Nayak’s retrospections are like most reference to things distant and in the past-dim, nebulous and hard to decipher….

Swapan Nayak - Deccan Chronicle, 5 April, 2011
Swapan Nayak - Ode to nothingness

by Ganashree Kedlaya

Inspired by Jean-Paul Sartre’s most influential work on existential philosophy,Being and Nothingness is photographer Swapan Nayak’s latest exhibition….

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Swapan Nayak - Candid Shots

by Benaifer J. Mirza

There’s something truly abstract in black and white photographs that attract me to this colour scheme….