Textile designer Sneha Krishnan and photographer Bjorn Wallander use their camera lenses as portals to those moments that transcend place and time. Walking alone through New York and Mumbai respectively, they frame spontaneous vignettes of the two cities which visually evoke each other’s auras. The images convey both their sense of piercing loneliness and nostalgia and their reality that life, no matter what, will go on…
This Renaissance woman is an artist, film-maker, photographer, director and also a production designer – and has been a part of several visually spectacular international and Indian movies like Fire (1996) and The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
The ace lensman uses his camera to transform the ordinary into the extraordinary
This influencer shows what it's like to be comfortable in your own skin
Her project uses the newspaper format to spread positive stories and images of the African population that lives in South Delhi’s Khirki neighbourhood
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