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Small things matter

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This one’s for the photography enthusiasts. Time Out , a photo art exhibition by four prominent artists trying to portray the myriad facets of life and the real essence of small things in life . The Exhibition is  an inspiration to take some ‘Time Out’ for leisure to wash out heart and souls.  These masterpieces are showcasing an array of moments soaked in the beauty of life , enriched with divinity.  The muse of  Time Out was to capture the allure of  candid expressions by presenting them in a frame.

The exhibition has the works of Ravi Dhingra, Moushumee K Jha, Shoba Jolly and Ahmed Firoz.
Moushumee Jha is an accomplished photo artist whose sensitive frames capturing people, culture, street life have been appreciatedby photographers, designers and creative professionals all overthe world. Starting her artistic journey as an actress (TV, cinema, stage), Moushumee developed a keen sense of light and shade, frame angles and story-telling with minimalist subjects. She brings these experiences as well as her deeply artistic and rich cultural training to her photography. Moushumee has executed commissioned projects in Tourism, architectural and real estate projects, products, interiors, theme based personal portfolios. Her Work has been published in various magazines, News Papers, Corporate Brochures, and Documentation Journals. She has been in the panel of judges in various photography competitions and initiatives in Delhi.

Moushumee has authored 3 photo books – Ananya. Her journey through life in 2010, which was well appreciated by the viewers/readers. A coffee Table Book Celebrating Assam At SurajKund- a Visual Narration, for Assam Tourism in 2012, and Golf Tourism in Assam- a Tea Table Conversation, For ATDC in 2014.

Ravi DhingraRavi pursued photography as a hobby till he joined Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi in 1998 to learn the finer nuances of the craft. With his photographs he tries to bring out the emotions attached with every subject- the state of happiness, feelings of being sad, neglect and plight. He wants the viewer to get involved with the photographs and feel the emotions. A chance assignment with a publication led to switching over from the hobby into a full fledged job. Since then he has been involved in Lifestyle photography which includes Interiors, Food, People and Product.

He has been associated with leading publications, advertisement agencies and corporate clients and his work has been widely published in various books,magazines, brochures and on Web. Currently based in New Delhi, Ravi is also a visiting faculty for photography at various Institutes including National Institute of Fashion Technology since the year 2003. He is also a Co-Founder of a photography based organisation called Camera Unlimited Foundation.

The organisation is involved in spreading knowledge and information related to photography through Workshops, Photo Walks and Tours. He has also curated a number of Photography exhibitions under the same banner involving upcoming and established photographer Shoba Jolly, a passionate photographer and avid traveller, loves practicing the art of seeing through her roving camera lenses. 

Her vivid and endearing images  tell stories about people and places in far away lands. Originally a commerce student from Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi, Shoba ran a plastic manufacturing industry for 22 years. Yearning to give vent to her creative side Shoba now concentrates on travel, landscape and fine art photography. She also shares her travel memoirs by writing articles accompanied by alluring photographs for various travel publication.

When- 
March 27 to April 5
Where- Arpana Caur Gallery at Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, 4/6 Sri Fort Institutional Area
Time- 11am to 7pm
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