Monday, January 21, 2008

Street Walking - Kolkata

(Sleeping On The Slaughter Slab)







12 comments:

Shutterfly said...

the old masters are speaking. :o)
gorgreous!

Chamki said...

for picture 6 and 7 I bid!
now thats what I call black and white.(even when you dont ask me for advice)

Vatsala said...

the second and the seventh shot from the top! ay ay i say. I rememburr.

Vatsala said...

and I took the liberty to do this :

http://oktoberblues.blogspot.com/2008/01/honourable-mention.html

Chamki said...

my my! so many women hovering around this post!

junk said...

the photographs are hypnotic, outstanding, its so easy to click away nowadays and all of us fancy our photography skills, but come down to earth with a thud, seeing brilliance like this

Hari Potter said...

Thanks everyone :)
and no problem Vats...

Vatsala said...

Hari , I met the man with the Ektara the other day ... spent time talking etc,told him you shot him and hes on your blog " this really tall dude with really curly hair " :(


I wish he remembered. waise , working on anything definitive these days ? (photographically )

Just got back from Delhi. Nine exhibitions of photographs inaugurated on 27th, including a show of Henry Cartier's work, select Magnum photographers who have covered India Then there was
Umrao Sing Sher GIll's retrospective and a collection presented by Ibrahim Alkazi. All this at NGMA.


At National Museum you had Pablo BArtholomews stupendous exhibition "Outside In" and Bharat Sikka's " Bharat" .

Martine Frank (Cartier's Wife) is showing at the Steel Gallery .

Dayanita Singh and Nony Singh showing at Alliance Francaise Du Delhi.

Another show on "Bahurupis" at IIC and Ram Rahman's street photographs at Bodhi Art GAllery.

All these on for about a month, but you better find out if you're interested.


Just thought you'd like to know.


V

Vatsala said...

Oops, I forgot that Raghu Rai is also showing from feb first week in one of these venues.

Hari Potter said...

Hey V,
Thanks a ton. Damn sweet of you...WOW!! look at that lineup....Unfortunately I'll be traveling on work all through Feb. But that is going to be awesome as well. I'm heading off to cover the Sufi Durbar and international Sufi music festival in Nagaur, near Jodhpur...It's going to be transcendental...:)...i think a few of those are coming to Bangalore...I'll make sure I catch them...thanks again ...smile smile smile :)

Hari Potter said...

That ektara guy is awesome na...so genuine and sweet...:)

Vatsala said...

Hari gimme details about the sufi festival , quickly , please ! I might land up. Heard susheela raman in concert yesterday :)