Group photography show addresses diverse issues

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 00:00, Apr 17,2019 | Updated: 00:13, Apr 17,2019

 
 
Photographs by Nida Mehboob

Photographs by Nida Mehboob above, and Akash Ghai, below.

Six foreign photographers addressed diverse issues at a five-day group exhibition, titled ‘Inland Stories’, held at Drik Gallery on Panthapath in the capital.
The photographers, also 5th batch international semester students at Pathshala, hail from three countries. Abhinav Sharma, Akash Ghai, Hari Sai Srikar and Sean Noronha are from India, Nida Mehboob is from Pakistan and Nigimi Lama is from Nepal.
The exhibition displayed a total of 65 photographs, which were taken in Kathmandu, Nepal and Dhaka, Bangladesh.
The exhibition was inaugurated on April 11. The displayed photographs addressed issues like diverse nature, animals, rich cultures of both Nepal and Bangladesh and others.
Abhinav Shama’s untitled photograph shows a woman climbing a tree for collecting leafs.
Hari Sari Srikar’s untitled photograph shows a man talking on cell phone in a desert.
Nida Mehboob’s untitled photograph shows a young girl sitting in a room.
Sean Noronha’s untitled photograph shows a woman standing on the bank of a river with a wild rhino in the background.
‘The photographers spent three months in Kathmandu and two months in Dhaka as part of an advanced photography course. The show features the photographs which were taken during the course,’ Imran Ahmed, communication officer of Drik Gallery, told New Age.
The exhibition ended on April 15.

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