PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE MAGAZINE IN INDIA
This newsletter aims to provide a platform to explore articles grounded in art historical and feminist analyses of visual representation. Wide-ranging in its scope, it attempts to chronicle the role of women in photography as critics, chroniclers, and as creative practitioners who question the established canons of lens-based histories. We seek both contemporary and historical perspectives. The essays also attempt to illuminate new ways of thinking about the place of image-making practices from South Asia in the global arena, exploring and at times, challenging, through case studies, the complex and historically set articulations of gender.
by Anita Khemka & Imran Kokiloo
THE CONVIVIALITY OF HALEEMA HASHIM’S PHOTOGRAPHY
by Mallika Leuzinger
PATNERING TO RE-PRESENT KOLKATA’S SPIRITUAL HERITAGE
by Jael Silliman