Until December 26, the New York SepiaEYE gallery is featuring a retrospective of the Indian photographer Annu Palakunnathu Matthew. Assembling eight projects which retrace her twenty-year-long career, this exhibition is a window onto the memories of an artist who uses photography to examines her identity and origins in the mirror of exile and uprootedness.
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