March is turning out to be a photography lover’s delight, with India’s ‘First Pan-Indian Photography Festival in the Public Space’ invading the city. Connaught place is dotted with delightful photographs clicked by famous Indian and French Photographers, occurring simultaneously at different venues. One half of the Festival celebrates India, while the other captures glimpses of Paris.
Artsome brings you a photo tour of Connaught Place.
Portraits of the world, “The Thread of Life” by Denis Felix
Indiascope: “India: A timeless celebration” by Amit Mehra
Fashion Photography: World of Wearable Art by Rohit Chawla
Indiascope: “Colour is my kingdom” by Xavier Zimbardo
Indiascope: “India: A never-ending quest” by Nitin Akoliya
Paris Series: “Your Paris, my Paris” by Shome Basu
Paris Series: “Raghu Rai in Paris” by Raghu Rai
REGAL / HANUMAN MANDIR / B.K.S MARG SUBWAY
“Ganjad Portraits” by Gauri Gill
Women in the Public Eye series: “Fellowship of the Ring” by Uzma Mohsin
Women in the Public Eye series: “The Pink Gang” by Viviane Dalles
The Festival is on till 31st March. For details of the Programme visit Institut Francais en Inde.
Photo Courtesy: Ria Sarkar