T.S. Satyan

PHOTO Magazine - May 2012
T.S. Satyan - T. S. Satyan et I'homme ordinaire

by Fabien Charuau

Voici une retrospective, de 1965 a 2007, du travail de l’un des premiers photo-journalistes indiens, T.S. Satyan, qui a longtemps travaille pour I’Unicef….

Mail Today - Delhi 18 November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - THE VISUAL RACONTEUR

The late T.S. Satyan recorded the drama of life without letting his travelling camera intrude into the lives of his protagonists….

Mail Today - November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - The visual

Its a wonder how frozen moments from decades ago still hold your attention. Sometimes, it is not the intricacy of a photograph but pure simplicity….

Zomato.com, November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - Recorder of Life, Beauty and Truth

Satyan began his journalism career with a state English daily and worked for The Illustrated Weekly before quitting the profession to become a freelancer…. 

Janta Review, Delhi - November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - Recoder of life, Beauty and Truth

” My people are not the rich and famous. They are the simple, ordinary folk. They do not hit the headlines, yet my people are people who matter”….

buzz in town - Delhi, November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - Recoder of Life, Beauty & Truth - Photography by late. T.S. Satyan

Recorder of Life, Beauty & Truth – photography by The Late T.S. Satyan. About the artist -T.S.Satyan was born in 1923 in Mysore and was also educated in this glorious capital of a princely state….

Finincial World - Delhi, 10 November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - FROZEN FRAMES

by Riya Chakravarty

There was something in the air in Mysore that made its people observe and capture the eccentricites and the idiosyncrasies of the common man….

The Sunday Guardian - Delhi, 6 November, 2011
T.S. Satyan - Art emerges from everyday momment

by Shweta Sharma

“My people are not the rich and the famous. They are the simple, ordinary folk. They do not hit the headlines, yet my people are people who matter”….

Time out - Delhi, 28 October, 2011
T.S. Satyan - Light, lens & life

TS Satyan was dubbed the “father of Indian photojournalism”. He died on December 13, 2009 in Bangalore, aged 86, marking the end of a long, inspiring career, which included accolades like the Padma Shri in 1977….

ARTslant India - 18 October, 2011
T.S. Satyan - Recoder of Life, Beauty and Truth

In this exhibition we are honored to be showing work by one of his India’s own most respected photographers, the late T.S. Satyan….