Walking the Streets with GedneyA talk by Ram Rahman
14 Jun 2017

Photographer, Curator and Social activist Ram Rahman shared his thoughts on the work of William Gedney, drawing parallels with some of India's most accomplished artists in this field. A key figure in America's black and white street photography, Gedney's deeply sympathetic photographs remain meaningful to us even today, because he recorded human qualities that exist outside of time and in all of us. 

The winner of the JNAF photography contest for children, Street Talk was also announced by Ram Rahman who gave away prizes.


Ram Rahman

Delhi-based Ram Rahman is a jack-of-all-trades. He is a noted contemporary Indian photographer, artist, designer, curator and activist. He is one of the founding members of the Safdar Hashmi Memorial Trust (SAHMAT) in New Delhi, a leader in the resistance to communal and sectarian forces in India through its public cultural action. He has exhibited his photographs all over India and the world. He is one of the leading photographers in Project 365, a public photo art project that creates and preserves photographic visuals of the fast changing ancient culture and lifestyle of the tri-sangam territory of ancient Tamilakam.

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