Dayanita Singh: Sent a Letter

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Dayanita Singh: Sent a Letter

Dayanita Singh Sent a Letter Dayanita Singh has been making small photo journals of her travels in India for some years now Each book is made with a certain person in mind either one she has made the journey with or one that was

  • Title: Dayanita Singh: Sent a Letter
  • Author: Sunil Khilnani
  • ISBN: 9783865214546
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Boxed Set
  • Dayanita Singh has been making small photo journals of her travels in India for some years now Each book is made with a certain person in mind, either one she has made the journey with or one that was on her mind during her travels She makes two copies of each book by hand, one of which remains with her, and the other of which goes to the friend it was made for A diaryDayanita Singh has been making small photo journals of her travels in India for some years now Each book is made with a certain person in mind, either one she has made the journey with or one that was on her mind during her travels She makes two copies of each book by hand, one of which remains with her, and the other of which goes to the friend it was made for A diary with coded images of a time shared Steidl is pleased to publish seven of these small journals for the first time, along with an eighth journal of her mother, Nony Singh s, photographs of her daughter growing up The journals are produced in accordion folds so that they can open into mini private exhibitions in her friends homes, and come housed in a handmade wooden box.

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    1. Cody on said:

      An enthralling collection of photo journals that trace Dayanita Singh’s footsteps around the Indian subcontinent. The scholarly ambience of “Allahabad.” The playful friendship--box camera selfies!--of “Devigarh.” The memorials and miniatures of “Bombay.” The family ties of “Nony Singh.” The divine visual pairings of “Calcutta.” Throughout Sent a Letter, the photographer leaves the viewer these wonderful thematic breadcrumbs at each location. Singh has become one of my very [...]

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