The Indian photography scene is small, but it has seen a great deal of turmoil flutter since the announcement of the sale of a collection of photographs once owned by Kanu Gandhi, the nephew of Mahatma Ghandi. His family has opposed the sale, organized at Sotheby’s by Peter Rühe, a German who claims to have either purchased the photos or received them as gifts from Kanu’s widow, Abha Gandhi.
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