Thursday, September 15, 2016

A Vision Of India

William Gedney was an American photographer who died in  relative  obscurity in 1989 and whose work has only attracted some critical attention in the last few years. He’s known  mainly for his photos of  rural Kentucky but he travelled through India in the early 1970s and took many photos there. Here a few that remind me of what  India  was like when I was there around the same time.  


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j d said...

I travelled to India in the late 80's and the scenes were was grubby but magic...before the neo cons and globalization.

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