In his latest exhibition, “Time & Tide”, Karan Kapoor explores the idea of a world no longer present or fast fading. The show brings together photographs from two bodies of work produced by Kapoor in the 1980s and 1990s and is accompanied by a new book published by Tasveer. The show is up from Sept 22-29 at Bikaner House in New Dehli, India. To learn more, read the Architectural Digest Magazine review.
“After reading an article about how increasingly common it is for teenagers to want to change their sexuality, photographer Karan Kapoor decided to make contact with some of the individuals he read about. The teens in these portraits range from ages 15-19 and come from very different economic backgrounds. They are in different stages of gender reassignment due to a long waiting list at the National Health Service in the UK. But they all seem to one thing in common: the love and acceptance of family and friends.”
One of Karan Kapoor’s early photography projects was recently rediscovered and published by Tasveer Journal, “an online magazine for photography in India and beyond.” See the photo series and read Kapoor’s short note on the experience here: “Footnotes in History: Being Anglo Indian”
Photographer: Karan Kapoor
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