Still hot and humid. Still in NY. Still learning to see. Still drawn to light. Still poor. Still restless. Still curious. Still loving. Still silent. Still awkward. Still stupid. Still romantic. Still waiting. Still howling. Still running through the night.Read more "Still Summer 2016 – Life Updates II"
So finally catching up with my guilt and delays, here we are with another small blog post on whats been happening. Again (I know this seems like way over used excuse) but I’m so sorry about not keeping the blog updated. I have been working and it keeps me so busy that I just end […]Read more "Summer 2016 – Life Updates"
Happy New Year to everyone. I know its been some time since then but hey, why not. Sorry for the delay on all the articles which were listed on the last post. There have been some delays but they will be online soon. Other than that, its been snowing, well not all the time but […]Read more "Blizzard #2016NYC: Life Updates"
I didn’t realise that its been so long but its about five years since Constellation Cafe has been online! Celebrations are in order and you’re all to thank! So thank you so much for spending time here, reading and indulging in all the stuff I keep sharing. Overtime things have changed a bit here, I’ve […]Read more "Winter Updates – End Of 2015"
I met Renato D’Agostin in his Brooklyn studio on a cold autumn evening. His studio very much like his work is stark white, minimalistic and beautifully efficient. Originally from Italy, Renato has been in New York for more than eight years, working solely in monochromatic film and darkroom prints. What really amazed me about him is how he […]Read more "CC Conversations : Renato D’Agostin"
If I can be very honest, Indian photobooks are not very good. There are of course a few exceptional ones (just a handful), some of them which have been previously featured on the blog but the majority falls into the category of ignorable. And thats why it brings me so much pleasure to present to you […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Balika Mela"
I’ve been a fan of Rinko Kawauchi for the longest time. Its easy to love her work, its subtlety, rhythmic flows and delicate compositions. As an artist she has been the most brilliant in playful in all of her work but with her new book “Light and Shadow” she does something new which merges the […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Light & Shadow"