HOW TO VIEW A DEATH DELTA
      Curate by : Imaran Ahmed, Sumana Aktar & Chimuk

      This exhibition displays the intimate feelings and ideas of artists from diffrent parts of the world on understanding the relation between land and water, as we try to trace the harmony of the human–river relationship, at the same time locating the imbalance and de-stabilisation of the both.


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      Yaadon ki Pari
      Featured Artist- Tajdar Junaid (India)

      Kolkata based musician Tajdar Junaid is creating sounds that have not been heard in a long time. His debut album ‘What Colour Is Your Raindrop’, brings a fresh sensation to the urban ear, deafened by the templatized cacophony of commercial music.


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      Catch
      Featured Artist- Wolfgang Zurborn (Germany)

      Wolfgang Zurborn, a man globally known for his magic behind the camera, spent some precious moments with PhotoPeer to give a glimpse of his amazing life and world as a photographer and educator of Gallery Lichtblick in Cologne for over 25 years.


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      Indrawati River
      Arfun Ahmed (Bangladesh)

      It was very easy for me to get their access, but also extremely difficult to build a narrative. I was thinking how could I tell a story with images of a river Indrawati, a northeastern river of Nepal & an ethnic group of fishermen ‘Majhi’. There are over 27-crusher industries on the bank of Indrawati, which export river-based items such as crushed stones and sand with heavy mining equipment. For this, the inhabitancy of fishes & other types of marine lives are at the edge vanishing. ‘Majhis’, people who once lived on catching & selling fishes, are changing their century old traditional occupation & become daily labour in the crusher Industries.


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Welcome to PhotoPeer.
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at our initiative. We are a Kolkata based organization dedicated to provide a platform for young emerging artists working in the field of visual storytelling. PhotoPeer came into existence in 2010 to encourage and promote visual expressions through the medium of photography. From humanitarian or human rights issues to pure imaginations and fantasy flights, we work without boundaries that label or curb the freedom of expressions.