The Sit Down gallery will present through May 11 the exhibition Unknow India, a selection of vintage Indian photographs taken from the personal collection of Isabelle Décamps, who traveled across India for more than 15 years. Rarely do we get to see Indian photography in Paris, and this is a wonderful opportunity to discover these prints found by Isabelle Décamps in homes, palaces and photo studios across the country. Presented in beautiful antique frames, these photographs of mostly unknown people illustrate different kinds of vintage Indian photography.
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