New Work at Booth C11, Wonderwall at India Art Fair, 2019
So be it, is how this journey began, where words delivered the closing in a living room of D12, Ridgewood, sometime in August, 2006.
What followed was a long drawn, inward seeking experience. As i walked the lanes of old Delhi, the markets of Bundi, or the streets of Chennai and Kolkata, the worlds outside and within, seamlessly merged. It was also the period, a career change followed. And I was soliciting work and guidance. Relationships & friendships offered temporary solace.
There are so many that i haven’t walked upto, in the hope one needed to be able for them to open up or am yet to find them. Then there are the ones, one needed to close for others to open up.
What this book is about, I do not myself, know. These doors have captured my attention, making me wonder. Never knocking on them, never entering, walked by, I always have.
These are a lot that don't feature in this book.
The ones that do, have led me here.
Rich in colours, photographed over 7 years, the photobook is a riot of colors from across the nooks and crannies of India.
in 6"x 8", its handy to be carried along, or can be shipped as a gift. the size makes it a personal experience.
A two sided conceptual book with a single black & white photograph in the middle. Two double gatefolds.
Each Book is numbered and unique making it a collectible.
Each book is signed personally by the author.
Each book comes with 8 collectible art prints in a Box Case.
The Darwaze Photobook is a Signature limited edition of 400
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