PRESS & EVENTS


SHOWS

April -June 2011- Group Exhibition, Something I Have Been Meaning To Tell You“, Vadehra Gallery, New Delhi.

PUBLICATIONS

International

Indian Memory Project, Research Feature – India by Design March 7, 2010. London, UK

Indian Memory Project- Idolatry, Thoughts on Culture March 14, 2010. Tel Aviv, Israel (translated into English via Google Translator)

Republic of Brown – Geetanjali Dhillon. April 22, 2010

The Indian Memory Project. Telegraph UK, April 30, 2010

A First-Hand Look at history – Gulf News, UAE, by Priyanka Sacheti, July 16, 2010

The Indian Memory Project – Margherita Stancati, Wall Street Journal, April 20, 2011

What women make – Interview with Chauncey Zalkin, Female creativity around the world. May 19, 2011

Design Arts Daily, (DART), New York, February 17, 2012

Shahidul Alam Blog, Shahidul News, February 10, 2012


National

Memories, Online by Anshika Misra, Assistant Editor March 13, 2010 Hindustan Times, Mumbai Edition, India

A Family Album of India. March 26, 2010 Open Magazine, New Delhi, India

Colours of Nostalgia. March 27, 2010 DNA, Mumbai. India

Presenting the Past by Bijoy Bharatan, Deccan Chronicle, April 25, 2010

Mention – Culture and Society, Tehelka, Issue of May 8, 2010

Novel uses of the Internet – by Sunil, May 11, 2010

Indian Memory Project asks you to open your sepia family albums – CNNGo.com by Geeta Nadkarni,  May 28, 2010

Camera Works, New Delhi, December 2010

A Secret History – Mumbai Mirror and Bangalore Mirror. by Ankit Ajmera, January 23, 2011/January 30, 2011

Diachronic Lenses – Outlook India, April 11, 2011

This used to be me – Indian Express, April 17, 2011

Preserving a Bygone era – Divya Mangwani, DNA Pune, May 1, 2011

Man’s World, April 2010

Femina March 2011,

Yuva Magazine, May 2011

MTV Noise Factory, July 2011

Snapshots from the past. Paromita Vohra, MidDay, Bombay, August 14, 2011

Remembrance of things past, Priyanka S Rao, The New Indian Express, February 18, 2012

YAHOO! News, February 17, 2012


TALKS

October 11-12, 2010 Speaker, When Nations Remember, Singapore

October 13, 2010 Slide Show presentation, The Art House, Singapore

February 12, 2011 Open Show, New Delhi

April 24, 2011 Fstop, Ahmedabad

November 22, 2011, Speaker, Delhi Photo Festival, New Delhi

December 9, 2011, INK Conference Fellow Speaker, Jaipur

February 2, 2012, Speaker, Chhaya, International Conference on Photography of India, NID, Ahmedabad.

March 16, 2012, Speaker with INK Talks, RVCE Bangalore.

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One response

24 12 2010
Edlyn

Hi Anusha
Read about your work in DNA and I wanted to know more of how I could get access to some on these photos. I am going to be writing a tour on some places in Mumbai and for now I’m only focusing on the Crawford Market vendors. This tour will be part of an iPhone application called Rama.
Oh almost forgot, my name is Edlyn G. D’Souza and I was working in The Asian Age for the past three years. I’m trying to do freelance projects now and just take life as it comes. If you could help me —either you have old photographs of the Market or you know where I can get them from — I would really appreciate it. Initially, I would just need the photographs to make an outline of my tour and if approved, only then can I further work on the project and hopefully, it will get published.

We can discuss this further on email if you want or in person too. I will be coming to Mumbai in the second or third week of January. My email address is eeekster@gmail.com and I have no phone now since MTNL decided to tell me the number I’ve had for the past 7 years does not exist in their systems. Email will work for now, I hope.

Thanks for your time
Edlyn

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