on view beginning November 21 through December 19, 2009
Photographers from India, Israel, Russia, Germany and USA paint together a
powerful portrait of India.
Ilia Zilberman (Israel) presents a vision of a man who was charmed by India from the first sight, and decided to move there. He spent several years living in the
country that made his affection towards it even stronger.
Subir Basak (India) from Kolkata, West Bengal, shares his India with people who have never had a chance to visit his homeland.
Suchit Nanda (India), Mumbai based photographer, presents a short series of
amazing portraits that are enough to express the whole atmosphere of the country
and the people. (learn more about Suchit Nanda Photography...)
Yelena Tanskova (Russia) is looking for a harmony in the surrounding world, and finds it in the middle of two extremes. For her India is one of the places with a lot
Alexander Illi (Germany) with his adventurous spirit and striking energy sees the world from an unusual perspective. His works make you stop and observe the details.
Fitz Carlile (USA), a Hollywood, CA based photographer, enjoys photographing
oblique and simple perspectives of every day life, drawing inspiration from Henri
Cartier-Bresson, who expressed that "the smallest thing can be a great subject."
Gala Gallery is opening the exhibition with a movie shot by Eugene Shemshurin, a
talented Russian cameraman. His work is the result of three months’ travelling in
India in 2008, including such places as Varanasi, Mumbai, Mamalapuram,
Pondicherry, Kolkata and Bodhgaya.
Gala Gallery Art Cafe
INDIA: ONE COUNTRY, DIFFERENT FACES
Emerging Photographers’ Exhibition
November 21, 2009 – December 19, 2009
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 21, 2009, 7-10 pm
Mon - Thu 10 am - 9 pm
Fri – Sat 10 am – 10 pm
Sun 10 am – 7 pm
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