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"
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"
If I were to count, there are only a handful of books worthy of your time to come out of Indian photography scene, some of them I’ve written about earlier (A Way Into India, Sent A Letter). And with Sohrab Hura’s new book, we have another one added to the list. Self published under the […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Life Is Elsewhere"
Nazraeli Press is definitely one of my most favourite publishers. And I wouldn’t have expected any lesser from them when it came to Todd Hido’s beautiful book “Between The Two”. Now for those who don’t know much about Todd’s work, he’s a brilliant photographer based in San Francisco and when I first saw his work it […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Between The Two"
Happy New Year!! 2014 has been a brilliant last year and so much yet to come. This post is mostly going to be a recap of the last year and a hint on the amazing things to come soon this year. Firstly this has been a great year in terms of just getting to understand how […]Read more "Leading On To 2015"
One of the books which caught my attention in the New York Book Fair was Crushed By Jason Fulford. I had previously seen two of his books Raising Frogs for $ $ $ and Hotel Oracle and his brilliance really likes creating relationships between the images. Crushed is small hardbound book with a leatherette cover. Surprising heavy for […]Read more "Constellation Cafe Books : Crushed"
Bombay in the rains is as charming as Delhi in winters. Somewhere this time the city has lost a little bit of its charm, but so I thought. My belief has been reinforced again after meeting a few old dear friends, I feel like I’m back in my space. Just an update on whats to […]Read more "Last Few Breaths : Bombay"