HARDCOVER 102 PAGES 48 BLACK & WHITE ILLUSTRATIONS FOREWORD BY NATHANIEL GASKELL ESSAYS BY WILLIAM DALRYMPLE & FELICITY KENDAL 8.15 × 10.5 IN (207 × 265 MM) 2 DIFFERENT COVER OPTIONS (VIOLET/CHANDOR)
This publication accompanies Indo-British photographer, Karan Kapoor's first exhibition in India, Time & Tide, that brings together photographs from two bodies of work produced by Kapoor in the 1980s and 1990s.
The first series, shot in the 1980s, presents a study of ageing Anglo-Indians primarily from Bombay (Mumbai) and Calcutta (Kolkata), and forms one of Kapoor’s earliest personal photography projects. The idea of a world no longer present or fast fading central to this work, also forms a primary thread in Kapoor’s second series of photographs taken during his frequent visits to Goa, where he vacationed with his family and friends at their house on Baga Beach. Taken in the 1990s, these photographs capture an older Goa, the last remnants of Portuguese Goa.
Alongside reproductions of the 48 black and white photographs that comprise the exhibit, the publication features two original texts by William Dalrymple and Felicity Kendal.
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