When Leh turned black and white

Aug 09, 2012, 09:32 IST | The Guide Team

Taking advantage of its mesmeric landscape and topography, photographer Nishant Chandra has showcased Leh in all its hues in a black and white exhibition. The Guide looks in

If the Leh landscape fascinates you but crazy work deadlines and ongoing projects seem to stall your dream escape to this rugged land, we suggest you head to Out of the Blue Art Gallery where photographer Nishant Chandra’s exhibition of black and white frames, Around Leh, give you a hint of the splendour and scenic beauty in monotone of grays.

Captured in tones of gray for the first time by artist Nishant Chandra one will marvel at the balanced contrast of the black, white and greys that create a stunning visual ensemble.

The photographs are printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching Digital Fine Art Paper and available in limited edition series of seven. The series contains 8 photographs of length varying between 4ft-5ft. These photographs will be displayed simultaneously at Out of the Blue Khar and Powai.

The black and whites by Nishant Chandra provide a different perspective of Leh’s stunning topography and terrain

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