The India International Centre is also showcasing some of his unseen works along with his collection E.P.: Extended Play. His Calcutta Chronicles and Abstract series will be on display for the first time ever.
This rare glimpse of a public viewing of his images comes after a number of years at the <g data-gr-id="20">KamaladeviComplex ,</g> IIC. His works have been published in some of the leading publications, including National Geographic’s: The Ten Best of Everything, The Sunday Guardian and Travel & Leisure to name a few. Collectors, publishers, and art critics have <g data-gr-id="16">sort</g> his images over the past ten years which draw inspiration from early technicolour films and a unique photographic language.
Karam Puri has been shooting professionally for the past decade. Karam’s strong imagery and character portraits are built around travel photography and draw inspiration from early Technicolor films.
His work on South-Eastern Africa at the end of the civil war in Mozambique in 2005 and 2006 has been widely published and exhibited this work in Calcutta and New Delhi.
When: October 2-15 Where: Art Gallery Kamaladevi Complex India International Centre 40, Max Mueller Marg