Opening up the medium of photography through critical theory.Read more "Critical Theory – Reading About Visual Art"
Questions, conversations and photographs. I don’t know how many of you are still using Constellation Cafe as a jumping point to conversations about photography, cinema and art but if you ever want to have a more direct conversation that is easier than going through long form writing, just buzz me on Instagram. I am also […]Read more "Instagram – Live Conversation @maharajapatiala"
Coming home has been a big change, even if its temporary, it feels like scratching the surface again and discovering how to exist. I’m back in Delhi for around 4 more months, working through what feels like a persistent fog. Or maybe its just very different because I’m a very different person now looking for […]Read more "Reporting From Home"
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’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"
I came across Peggy’s work through a instructor at ICP and I was immediately taken by the softness of the mood in her portraits. I spent some time talking to her about the project “Morning Dip” and her upcoming exhibition at Fotografiska, Sweden. Q. Do you consider yourself as a portrait photographer? I don’t necessarily consider […]Read more "CC Conversations : Peggy Anderson"
Looking back at the work I’ve been making, most of it revolves around the exploration of loss. Its been a central thread in almost all work made and for my exhibit (which is still on in ICP if you’re in NYC) I made a zine which deals with loss and how we cope with not […]Read more "Last Seen – Print & Online"