#DPF2015 Exhibition: Perfect Citizen

Arturo Betancourt challenges the existence of the individual. In today’s world, it is not uncommon for us as a people to turn a blind eye towards most things that deserve our attention. The society that we live in tends to become numb to any event after an initial phase of involvement. Arturo Betancourt attempts to…

#DPF2015 Guest post: Anusha Yadav

How does a photo festival change your world view forever? Anusha Yadav tells us the many ways. My first ever attendance at a photography festival was the Paris Photo in2006. An American benefactor had donated money to the University of Brighton for almost 50 of us to take the EuroRail, stay and see the photo fair, as well as…

#DPF2015 Interview: David Campany

9 questions with the keynote speaker for the Delhi Photo Festival 2015. David Campany is a writer, curator and artist who works with photography. You are a prolific writer. How do you balance your  time between writing, teaching and curatorial work? Ha. The real balance is between all those things and family life! Writing has…

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Student Category Part Two

The second part of our curtain raiser to the Delhi Photo Festival’s new category. The Other Home by Marina Paulenka Požega Penitentiary, the only female prison in Croatia, does not allow photographing or filming the inmates in a manner that would give away their identity. Marina Paulenka felt that the “forensic portraits” taken at the…

#DPF2015 Guest Post

Mahesh Bhat trips on nostalgia and photo festivals of the past. It was 1990, some of us, commercial photographers had gotten together to form an association – Advertising & Industrial Photographers Association of India (AIPA). It quickly took the shape of a pan-India group and we were the Southern chapter. It was the time of…

#DPF2015 Exhibition: Student Category Part One

We launch a new category this edition. The Delhi Photo Festival announced earlier this year that there would be a special category for students. Out of the numerous submissions, works of 13 students from all over the world have been chosen. Part one of this post highlights six of the student exhibitions. I Am From…