Photographers Capture Iconic Indian Artists In Their Elementby The Daily Eye Team January 14 2017, 12:00 am Estimated Reading Time: 0 mins, 52 secs
Few human traits exist in that unlikely realm somewhere between being reviled and revered but our innate sense of voyeurism is definitely one of them. Though our methods may have evolved over time to accommodate our technological advancement (we can now scroll through a neighbour’s facebook profile to ‘stalk’ them rather than peer into their homes a la Hitchcock) the excitement of peeking into a life that’s not our own is still much the same. It’s a trait that a haunting new collection of photographs being exhibited at PHOTOINK, Delhi exploits in all the best ways. The group exhibition titled ‘Some Portraits’ is a collection of vivid black and white photographs of popular painters, writers, poets, architects, dancers, designers and photographers; most of whom have now passed away–offering a more candid look at their lives, beyond what the public eye saw. The art has been on display since December 18, and will continue on till January 14.