More than twenty-five years separate the photographs of Richard and Pablo Bartholomew, but the similarities in their subjects and the way they look at Indian society are striking. This exhibition at Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris puts in perspective the singular works of a father and a son. If attention can be construed as a form of prayer,...
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