This is another exhibition of mine where instead of paints and brushes I use a camera and a lens. But this time round I present a world which we can see only when we take our glasses off. Those who can “ boast” , if I may use the word “boast” in this context, of having vision defect of more than 4.5, know full well what I have in mind. In our vision there are no sharp points. On the other hand though, what does appear, are refined lines, optical illusions, flashes, uncertainty and undefined sensuality. Most pictures capture ordinary moments of our lives, arresting them in separate frames. And only after many of such events, can a whole picture of society come to life. A picture created by people who populate beaches, streets, coffee shops and marketplaces. “With no glasses on” is a story about an ordinary life recorded through spots, lights and contrasts making up a whole only after keeping a certain distance. It resembles the seemingly jumbled colourful spots of paint put on canvas which begin to shape a clear picture only at a given time and from a distance. I am happy to invite you to this exhibition - with a hope that you will see for yourselves whether the world with no glasses on can be beautiful and enticing with its understatements and hidden sensuality.