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The best of click tricks revealed

art-and-culture Updated: Jan 12, 2012 01:56 IST
Vaishali Bhambri
Vaishali Bhambri
Hindustan Times
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Different forms of photography will be visible at a photo exhibition in the Capital, which begins tomorrow at the Arpana Caur Academy of Fine Arts and Literature. It brings together seven city-based photographers, who will display their work that give a distinct message.



CameraPresented by CAMERAun LIMITED, the group show, titled, Soul Frames, features photographs that have been clicked and edited using a variety of techniques.

One of the participating photographers at the exhibition is Rajesh Ramakrishnan. "The theme of my photographs is ‘Fine Balance’, which is based on the contradictory thoughts that a person has and his constant effort in trying to maintain a balance."



"It’s the abstractness in any object that pleases me," says photographer Hirak Kanti Dutta, who describes his work as an interpretation of internal desires in an abstract form.



"The minaret in my photograph signifies that there is a higher power," says photographer Kabeer Lal.



"My work is all about lines and lines of hands in particular. These depict the past, present and future together," says 25-year-old artist Ambika Sethi.



Other photographers participating in the exhibition are Ahmed Firoz, Satyen Badhwar and Yatinder Kumar.



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Catch it here

What: Soul Frames When: January 13 - 19

Where: Arpana Caur Academy of Fine Arts & Literature, 4/6 Siri Fort Institutional Area

Nearest Metro Station: Hauz Khas on the Yellow Line