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Indian photography: Dayanita Singh « Previous | |Next »
November 10, 2012

Dayanita Singh is a bookmaker working with photography who lives and works in New Delhi and Goa.

She is considered to be an important figure in contemporary Indian photography:

SinghDBlueBooK19.jpg Dayanita Singh, Blue Book 19, 2008, C-type print

Blue Book is a series of images made during Dayanita Singh’s wanderings in the industrial landscapes of India. Blue Book is made of 23 postcards bound into a cardboard-folder. The Blue Book is really a set of postcards meant to be detached and mailed and indicates the ongoing shift away from her roots in photojournalism.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 2:31 PM |