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REVIEW OF “TOBACCO TALE” ON OZARTS ETC

Tobacco Tale by Sayed Asif Mahmud July 29, 2014 Zoom on Sayed Asif Mahmud‘s “Tobacco Tale” series. Since 2008, this young photographer documents Bangladesh’s tobacco industry, particularly the units that produce…

“TOBACCO TALE” ON TIME LIGHTBOX

About a year after Sayed Asif Mahmud began hanging around Bangladesh’s bidi factories to document those who make the hand-rolled cigarettes with low-grade tobacco, a cheap and popular alternative for pre-packaged…

Compiled Interviews: Gabriel García Márquez

  Get to Know Gabo He’s known throughout Latin America, with great fondness, as “Gabo.” The people of his native country of Colombia, South America and his adopted…

a walk in the mist

Compiled Interviews: ANTOINE D’AGATA

“… I don’t believe in photography as art or a job or anything. I think of photography as a language and I think a language should be used to…

compiled interviews: JOSEPH KOUDELKA

  self portrait. “The maximum, that is what has always interested me. ” JOSEPH KOUDELKA By, Frank Horvat “Sometimes I photograph without looking through the viewfinder, I have…

limbo: exhibition @ bengal art lounge 2013

Katerina Don, It was her Idea and effort to make it possible. Thanks Katerina. 🙂 tobacco tale, on the wall debashish’s exhibition Protick’s midnight black. debashish & shumon…

TOBACCO TALE GOT HONORABLE MENTION IN THE 5TH EDITION OF THE ANTHROPOGRAPHIA AWARD

Max Pam was in Dhaka, so was Graciela Iturbide