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Three Visions of Contemporary Indian Photography


There's no doubt that Indian art is on the rise in the West. London-based Indian artist Anish Kapoor has just filled Pari's Grand Palais with his enormous "Leviathan"and on May 25 the Pompidou Center will unveil its first show bringing together Indian and European art, "Paris, Delhi, Bombay." Meanwhile, on a smaller scale, a photography show at Paris's Galerie Duboys, "This is not That," opens May 20 and brings the work of several Indian photographers to a European audience. 3v

Co-curator and photographer Fabien Charuau, who also has works included in the show, told that the "exhibition is a chance to step away from the diktats imposed by curators outside India, who try to make Indian offerings fit stereotypes and long-standing clichés." A photographer himself, Charuau is has lived in Mumbai for 13 years. He and his fellow curators hope to take the show to India after it closes in Paris.

Swapan Parekh, whose digital snapshots are anchored in the real; Soham Gupta, whose portraits tackle issues of social injustice; and Mahesh Shantaram, who is perhaps best known as a prize-winning wedding photographer


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