INDIA has long been held as a desirable destination for photographers for its unique and fascinating history and culture: it’s difference from the West and much of Asia. Numerous famous foreign photographers, including Margaret Bourke-White, Brian Brake (a New Zealander), Henri Cartier-Bresson, Steve McCurry and Marc Riboud early became known for their work which introduced India to a world-wide audience in the mid-20th Century. Today, with the opening up of China, an increasing number of Chinese photographers are now choosing India, their giant neighbor, as their first foreign destination. This exhibition at the 2018 Pingyao International Photography Festival of recent black & white […]
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