From candid moments to crowded roads, the Mumbai Art Room will play host to a lens eye view of the great drama of life that unfolds on India's streets. Indian Street Photography: Alive and Well promises to help soak in the works of 11 talented photographers through some poignant and stunning lens work
The essence of life on Indian streets has been captured by the numerous photographs on display at the Mumbai Art Room.
Chirodeep Chaudhuri, Goat @motor Shop
The Indian street photography at the exhibition features works by 11 acclaimed photographers Ravi Agarwal, Pablo Bartholomew, Chirodeep Chaudhuri, Shahid Datawala, Dhruv Malhotra, Anne Maniglier, Zubin Pastakia, Ram Rahman, Riddhi Shah, Ketaki Sheth, and Sooni Taraporevala.
The photographs on display range from those tackling hard-hitting subjects like poverty to those of abandoned cars or a scene of a man reading a newspaper sitting beside a goat on the street. Whatever the subject matter, these photographs taken on Indian streets, make a compelling visual statement.
Ravi Agarwal, Construction Site, 2010
Sooni Taraporevala, Untitled, Kolkata, 2011
Riddhi Shah, Untitled, 2011
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