Tiart - \'Untitled\' By Chandan Gomes, Arani chaudhary, And Vishwanath Kothapalli

Tiart - \'Untitled\' By Chandan Gomes, Arani chaudhary, And Vishwanath Kothapalli

 

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Tiart : 'Untitled' by Chandan Gomes, Arani chaudhary, and Vishwanath Kothapalli.

'Untitled' is the search of three young photographers to explore the world of the nameless, the unsaid and the obscure. Each time they pick the camera, it points outwards but looks inwards. They document themselves in every image they create; the outer vista serves as a conduit for their inner expression. 'Untitled is a celebration of their expression and friendship that has fostered over the last three years in the silent corridors of St. Stephen's College.

A part of the proceed made from the exhibit will be utilised to showcase works of young artists who due to financial constraints cannot put up a show, but deserve a platform to share their expression.

Vishwanath Kothapalli is a practising young photographer. He has been photo documenting rural areas of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar as a part of the NREGA survey. He spends his free time travelling and photographing diverse vistas and speaks about his world through his imagery. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in Economics from St. Stephen's College, Delhi and is the Secretary of the Photographic Society in college.

Arani Chaudhuri is a Physics undergraduate at St. Stephen's College. An avid traveller, his passion for photography takes him to amazing places. He loves to experiment with the medium and never leaves his house without his camera. He is currently in the Vice President of the college Photographic Society.

Chandan Gomes is a freelance photographer based in Delhi. 23 years old, he has already exhibited with artists like Padma Shri Raghu Rai (Magnum Photographer) and Prashant Panjiar (World Press Photo Jury, '02). His diverse portfolio includes photo projects for Action Aid, National Foundation for India & the India Today Group. His work has been covered by national magazines and dailies like Tehelka, Mail Today, The Sunday Guardian and the Hindustan Times.

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