Random thoughts on photography
Here is the official poster for our next exhibition starting day-after-tomorrow. For those of you who live in Delhi, please drop in if possible. Thanks.
I am very happy to announce that along with two of my fellow photographers, I have got the opportunity to have an exhibition of my work. Each of us will put up 10-12 photographs. What is exciting is that I will finally get a chance to display a large canvas print. Ever since I saw the canvas prints that my teacher Munish Khanna had displayed during his last exhibition, I've been itching for a chance to do the same. And luckily, the chance has come much earlier than expected!
Even better, we are using this exhibition to raise funds for a very deserving charity NGO Sarthak Prayas(www.sarthakprayas.org). This NGO is doing very good work in a number of areas, & I am hoping that the response to the exhibition is good so that we are able to generate sufficient funds for them. For people who may not be able to attend the exhibition, we are planning to host a virtual gallery of our exhibited images on Sarthak Prayas's facebook page so that interested people can buy the prints online too.
The official press release of the exhibition is given below.
A joint fine art photography exhibition “ From Infinitesimal To The Infinite” by Anidra Hom Chaudhuri, Jishnu Changkakoti and Prerna Jain will open on 23, 24 and 25 of Aug at the Convention Centre Foyer at India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003. In this exhibition, the work of three artists who explore divergent paths of photography is on display.
Be introduced to the myriad colours and shapes of the infinitesimal through Prerna's macro and abstract photography, journey through the hues and colours of human life through Anidra’s work, and marvel at the beauty of infinitely large vistas of the earth captured in Jishnu 's photographs .
These photographers, who are part of the Delhi based World Photography Partners, have earlier been a part of different successful exhibitions at the Habitat Centre and Alliance Francaise De Delhi. All profits from this exhibition will go to support Sarthak Prayas, an NGO working for Voluntary Blood Donation Promotion, HIV/AIDS, Thallassemia, Children Education and Senior Citizens Welfare (www.sarthakprayas.org)
Anidra Hom Chaudhuri- www.flickr.com/photos/anidrahomchaudhuri/
Jishnu Changkakoti- www.jischang.com
Prerna Jain- http://prernasphotographs.com/