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.
In the remote Himalayan region of Changthang in Ladakh, many nomadic parents, wiser after a lifetime of harsh life in sub-zero temperatures, face the dilemma of leaving their children behind in the new residential primary school or taking them along in their seasonal trek across the hills with their livestock.
Park Life documents life in a Dhaka park and the myriad activities that unfold across that space.
A photo essay of the photographer’s family leaving their house which the photographer inhabited since as a child.
‘Abecedaire’ uses the basic formal device of a child’s language primer in order to explore the question of the relationship between subjectivity and interpretation.
India was stunned when a 23 year old female physiotherapy intern was beaten and brutally gang raped by six men on a moving bus in New Delhi on 16 December, 2012 and thrown out of the vehicle, almost dead.
Bibi Zohora, 19, was admitted to Dhaka Medical College Hospital with a severely broken neck. Note: This essay contains DISTURBING CONTENT!
Tokyo Hotel Story explores a world that lies at the intersection of desire and domination. Note: This essay contains EXPLICIT CONTENT!
Have I failed love or has love failed me? The only thing I’m sure of is, somewhere, at some point something has failed.