A photo essay that documents the life of the Mongolian nomads and the amazing landscape they inhabit.
This photo essay is dedicated to the tent cinema as it is today – surviving away from the glare of the metropolis, in crevices towards which the noses of the law are not pointed and where a faint whiff of illegality hangs in the air.
This photo essay documents the children who take their cattle to graze in the huge no man’s land on the border between India and Bangladesh.
Mumbai based photographer Natasha Hemrajani speaks to Bhumika Popli about her work, love for Bombay, and her project ‘Hello, Goodbye’ which was showcased at the Delhi Photo Festival 2013.
Polish photographer Martushka Fromeast whose collaborative photo project ‘The Story of Gosaikunda’ was recently published on Aksgar talks about the project in more detail and the great potential of collaborative storytelling approaches.
Italian photographer Giacomo Brunelli is interviewed by Bhumika Popli on his work and his project ‘The Animals’ which was showcased at the Delhi Photo Festival 2013.
This multimedia project explores India’s Devadasi System-an ancient system of religiously sanctioned prostitution still practiced in India today.
In the four part photo film series, And Then I Became a Muslim, Michael Hauri portrays Germans who came to Islam. This is Part 1 in the series.
7000 pics – 2 crazy guys – one crazy city – one crazy video.