Pablo Bartholomew, who covered photo stories for me at Time Magazine, and is a legendary photojournalist who has won a World Press award for a powerful story on morphine addicts and the World Press Photo of the Year for his photograph of a dead child after the Bhopal chemical tragedy of 1984, takes us back to his youth in the India of the 1970s in this exhibition of gritty black & white photographs at the Thomas Erben Gallery in Chelsea, New York until June 20th.
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