Where Three Dreams Cross – 150 Years of Photography in India, Pakistan, and BangladeshArticle 11000448
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Where Three Dreams Cross spans the transition of the South Asian peninsula – once defined as "the immense rhomboid" bordered by the Himalayas in the north and the ocean to the south – from a heterogeneous yet single entity defined by the Indus river to its subdivision into three nations: India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The fast time of political upheaval and technology and the slow time of family, culture and ritual are captured through the lens of some 80 artists. Their work also demonstrates formal experimentation and aesthetic lines of enquiry that are indigenous yet of universal interest.
The exhibition focuses on five thematics: The Portrait, The Performance, The Family, The Public Space and The Body Politic. Thus it captures the intimate as well as the theatrical aspects of human life, the hierarchies that structure society as well as the chaos, the tangle of colours, people, traffic and cinematic images on the South-Asian continent.
Dimensions: 90.5 x 128 cm
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