“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.”
― Henri Cartier-BressonThe Mind’s Eye: Writings on Photography and Photographers

Sandip De‘s mini-album: A study in desolation

This mini album captures two completely different spaces, one a train station and another an old (almost historical) guest house in Kolkata. The emptiness in the train station during the times of travel restriction and the melancholia of the old pillars and verandas of the guesthouse carry the empty sounds of people who could have […]

Arnab Chaudhuri‘s mini-album: The Northern Lights

I have never seen the northern lights before. But, when we travelled to Yukon during autumn, 2021, we were excited about the possibility. Haines Junction, the tiny hamlet in Yukon where we stayed, is about 61 degrees north and thus, ideal for aurora activity. And luck was on our side. On one clear night, we […]

Jeremy Piloquet‘s mini-album: Urban Parenthesis

The artists claims that there’s no words to describe this work. Simply he sees and he can straight away imagine what we’ll be the result. Almost always in black and white, Jeremy devotes himself to the streets but not only with instantaneous shots, a realistic and faithful rendering without deep photographic transformations. All his work […]

Soumen Mandal‘s mini album: Cycles in confounded crisis

Soumen’s mini-album is created with photographs of vandalised or partially-stolen bi-cycles from streets of Europe. The comical existence of these unfortunate cycles speaks a lot about the practices which are seen in the streets of first world countries. It goes without saying that the agonies of the proprietors of these bi-cycles are often found matching […]