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The best of photography at India Art Fair 2024

Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

India Art Fair 2024 saw its biggest edition, featuring 109 exhibitors and leading lens based artists Dayanita Singh, Gauri Gill and Raghu Rai among others.

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(L to R) Offset Projects’ founder Anshika Varma and artist Sheetal Mallar in conversation at the India Art Fair about Mallar’s book ‘Braided,’ which looks at inter-generational intimacies, ageing and maternal lineages.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

(L to R) Offset Projects’ founder Anshika Varma and artist Sheetal Mallar in conversation at the India Art Fair about Mallar’s book ‘Braided,’ which looks at inter-generational intimacies, ageing and maternal lineages.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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A visitor looks at immersive photographer Gauri Gill’s works at the Vadehra Art Gallery booth. Gill’s practice is guided exhaustive enquiries into rural, marginalised and indigenous communities in India. ( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

A visitor looks at immersive photographer Gauri Gill’s works at the Vadehra Art Gallery booth. Gill’s practice is guided exhaustive enquiries into rural, marginalised and indigenous communities in India. ( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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Artist and bookmaker Dayanita Singh presented unique, flexible structures that housed a selection of her photographic prints, with the one held in the groove on top best engaged while in seated conversation, highlighting the human scale of her works.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

Artist and bookmaker Dayanita Singh presented unique, flexible structures that housed a selection of her photographic prints, with the one held in the groove on top best engaged while in seated conversation, highlighting the human scale of her works.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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At the PHOTOINK booth, a visitor looks at ‘Assembly, 1952’ by Ahmed Ali. Created from his pioneering industrial work, this collage of probably the factory’s entire workforce, is a set of 96 photographs all shot at the Machinery Manufacturers Corporation Ltd. Calcutta in 1952.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

At the PHOTOINK booth, a visitor looks at ‘Assembly, 1952’ by Ahmed Ali. Created from his pioneering industrial work, this collage of probably the factory’s entire workforce, is a set of 96 photographs all shot at the Machinery Manufacturers Corporation Ltd. Calcutta in 1952.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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Visitors look at ‘People Who Do Not Exist’ by Madhuban Mitra & Manas Bhattacharya at the PHOTOINK booth. Part of a new cycle of works made using AI, the typology comprises 1000 frontal headshots of all races and ethnicities, that both resemble and subvert generic ID photos used in official documents. ( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

Visitors look at ‘People Who Do Not Exist’ by Madhuban Mitra & Manas Bhattacharya at the PHOTOINK booth. Part of a new cycle of works made using AI, the typology comprises 1000 frontal headshots of all races and ethnicities, that both resemble and subvert generic ID photos used in official documents. ( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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A visitor looks at a curation of images from Madan Mahatta’s archives of industry and labour in India in the 1970s.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

A visitor looks at a curation of images from Madan Mahatta’s archives of industry and labour in India in the 1970s.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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An overview of the India Art Fair 2024 in New Delhi. “For the past 15 years, the fair has been a celebration of the very best of South Asian creativity, and in 2024 we are taking this even further with our biggest edition yet and the inauguration of our very first Design section,” said Jaya Asokan, Fair Director.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 05, 2024 05:05 PM IST

An overview of the India Art Fair 2024 in New Delhi. “For the past 15 years, the fair has been a celebration of the very best of South Asian creativity, and in 2024 we are taking this even further with our biggest edition yet and the inauguration of our very first Design section,” said Jaya Asokan, Fair Director.( Paroma Mukherjee/ Hindustan Times)

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