tag: interview

lecercle in blowUp!, Interviews

BlowUp Showcase : A conversation with Scotland-based visual artist Arpita Shah on the notion of home, diaspora and cultural identity.

    Arpita Shah is a visual artist, who is one of many excellent contributing artists, to this year's BlowUp! at the 10th Angkor Photo Festival. As a South Asian photographer based Scotland her work very often points a lens at the Asian diaspora, exploring notions of home and cultural displacement. Blindboys.org caught up with Arpita and asked her what motivates her ... Continue reading ›

lecercle in Main Categories, Reviews

Interview + Review : David Bailey’s The Delhi Dilemma [Steidl]

INTRO : David Bailey, found his salvation and fame on the pages of British and American Vogue in the swinging 60s. For his most recent book the septuagenarian photographer has turned his lens on Delhi, its called The Delhi Dilemma published by Steidl.  To say the least Blindboys.org was not impressed.   Story Book Cliches? ‘I’ve never been interested in ... Continue reading ›

lecercle in Features, Wandering

Manu Thomas on Street Photography and Kerala

I have always thought of street photography as a deeply meditative act. The act of wandering and training yourself to see. I've never met Manu Thomas (instagram) but when I first saw his photographs of Bombay, I could see a meditative quality to that exploration. Pages and pages of complex compositions, with such poetic organisation of spaces. ... Continue reading ›