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Gauri Gill

Santosh, Chhotri and Sakina, 2003-printed 2010

Archival pigment print
28 × 42 in
71.1 × 106.7 cm
Edition of 7
This is part of a limited edition set.
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location
New Delhi, New York
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Nature Morte
New Delhi, New York
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In 2003 the non-profit organization Urmul Setu Sansthan organized a Balika Mela - or fair for …

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In 2003 the non-profit organization Urmul Setu Sansthan organized a Balika Mela - or fair for girls, in Lunkaransar town, attended by almost fifteen hundred adolescent girls from seventy surrounding villages. The Mela had various stalls, food, performances, a Ferris wheel, magicians, puppet shows, games and …

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Balika Mela
Gauri Gill
Indian, b. 1970
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Photographer Gauri Gill focuses on marginalized, rural, and diasporic Indian communities, producing …

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Photographer Gauri Gill focuses on marginalized, rural, and diasporic Indian communities, producing sensitive portraits of their members. Inspired by such iconic photographers as August Sander, Alfred Stieglitz, and Robert Frank, Gill travels across India and abroad, learning about the people she photographs, in …

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In 2003 the non-profit organization Urmul Setu Sansthan organized a Balika Mela - or fair for …

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In 2003 the non-profit organization Urmul Setu Sansthan organized a Balika Mela - or fair for girls, in Lunkaransar town, attended by almost fifteen hundred adolescent girls from seventy surrounding villages. The Mela had various stalls, food, performances, a Ferris wheel, magicians, puppet shows, games and …

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Balika Mela
Gauri Gill
Indian, b. 1970
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Photographer Gauri Gill focuses on marginalized, rural, and diasporic Indian communities, producing …

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Photographer Gauri Gill focuses on marginalized, rural, and diasporic Indian communities, producing sensitive portraits of their members. Inspired by such iconic photographers as August Sander, Alfred Stieglitz, and Robert Frank, Gill travels across India and abroad, learning about the people she photographs, in …

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Gauri Gill

Santosh, Chhotri and Sakina, 2003-printed 2010

Archival pigment print
28 × 42 in
71.1 × 106.7 cm
Edition of 7
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
location
New Delhi, New York
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