I. 12 Indian Photographers Capture How Differently Men & Women Interact With Public Spaces In Our Country
II. Documenting Tea Culture: The Chaiwallahs Of India
III. #Hokkolorob: Two Weeks In,The Massive Student Protest Persists
IV. Photostory: Ronny Sen’s Khmer Din Is A Silent Exploration Of The Darkness Within
V. Photo Narrative: Prabuddha Dasgupta’s ‘Urban Women’ Disregards Stereotypes
VI. Voyeur: 10 Photographers’ Instagram Accounts You Need To Follow Today
VII. These 7 Incredible Wildlife Photographers Are Some Of India’s Best
VIII. Right As Rain: Steve McCurry’s View Of The Indian Monsoons
IX. Photo Story: Anurag Banerjee’s I’m Not Here Project Is Unbelievably Beautiful
It takes extraordinary depth of being to translate raw emotion through a picture and Anurag Banerjee is one of the rare few who seems to have made the crossover successfully. In this particular project, ‘I’m Not Here,’ Banerjee perfectly encapsulates the bewildering feeling of going back to the place that you once called home, only to feel as though you never lived there at all. At the end of it all, we’re left with a sense of hiding in plain sight, as he empties his frames of specifics, allowing his theme to tie up the loose ends.
X. Young Indian Photographers You Should Know
Homegrown handpicked seven young contemporary photographers, who are steadily outshining the others with their individual style and their need to extract more from the art.