Produced by award winning photographer and filmmaker Vijay S. Jodha, the exhibition focuses on India’s on-going agrarian crisis in which 300,000 debt-stressed farmers have committed suicide since 1995. The photographic portrait project has been produced in collaboration with some of their family members, largely widows. Chennai Photo Biennale is India’s premier photography event. The 2019 edition features over 60 artists and art collectives with events and exhibitions in 20 venues over a monthlong period. The festival is curated by well-known artist N. Pushpamala. THE FIRST WITNESSES project has been exhibited earlier as two solo shows and one group show to a […]
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