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War & Peace Revival
7/17/2013 - 7/21/2013

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Sunday Soldiers

Photojournalist Daniella Zalcman documents a historical hangover. Daniella Zalcman moved to the UK in 2012 and immediately began looking for a photo project that would get her familiarised with her new home. Her explorations led to finding people who take part in the re-enactment of historical military events. World War II is still very much…

Yoshikatsu Fujii

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Incipient Strangers

Japanese photographer Yoshikatsu Fujii explores interpersonal relationships within his own family. We often take liberties with members of our family which we would not with others. Saying untoward things, imposing advice on them and a host of other things. As such, Yoshikatsu Fujii suspects, we end up creating an irreparable rift. He wonders if the…

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Safe Haven

German photographer Sebastian Forkarth finds a spot of hope amidst the conflict torn regions of Iraq. In the April of 1991, an international coalition including the British, French and American military forces started an operation in North Iraq. The military operation was an immediate reaction to the mass exodus of the Kurdish population. The persecuted…

Sarker Protick

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Love Me Or Kill Me

Sarker Protick goes behind the scenes of a Dhallywood film. The film industry in Bangladesh has existed since 1956. Bangladesh cinema is filled with noble heroes, epic danger and ludicrous levels of glitz and glamour. Popularly known as the Dhallywood, this film industry churns out around 100 films a year and enjoys the support of…

Photo by Aatish Nath

#DPF2015 Best Entries For “Aspire”

A celebration of the medium on World Photography Day August 19 marks the World Photography Day. For this occasion, the Delhi Photo Festival invited entries based on the theme of the festival this year, “Aspire.” We received a host of submissions and learnt how one word could mean so many different things to people. Here…

Kanu Gandhi

#DPF2015 World Photography Day Announcement

The third in the series of the Nazar Photography Monographs: Kanu’s Gandhi will be launched by us at the third edition of the Delhi Photo Festival (Oct 30-Nov 9; venue: IGNCA) Kanu’s Gandhi is the first-ever published collected works of Kanu Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi’s grandnephew and personal photo-chronicler of the last 12 years of his…

Best in Show

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Best In Show

Karan Vaid explores the strange and wonderful world of dog shows The first dog show in India was held in 1896. These dog shows flourished under the British colonial elite and later, the Indian Aristocracy – mainly the Maharajas of Jind and Patiala. These led to the modern dog show as we recognise it organised…