A new lens
Satish Sharma is an Indian photographer and cultural critic with a background in the fine arts and journalism. In conversation, writing, and exhibitions, he has frequently spoken of the need for new ways of looking at the world around us — premised on the belief that how we see (which is intertwined with how we interpret what we see) is often determined by our understanding of (and integration in) the culture that surrounds us. Satish gained prominence through his curatorial skills, and his book, Rotigraphy, or Rotiography, a collection of images from small studios around Delhi.
In this interview with Kabita Parajuli of the Hri Institute, Satish answers questions about his work, his philosophy on visuals, and some ideas on how to shake up the world of Southasian photography.
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