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Sarnath Banerjee’s latest story is about four- and two-legged creatures—leopards in Western Cape, Bengal tigers, cheetahs in Iran, Siberian tigers, and four women who study them   Read entire article here: https://lifestyle.livemint.com/news/talking-point/phantomgarh-a-visual-series-by-sarnath-banerjee-111613706608438.html  

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In Sarnath Banerjee’s latest, Brighu and Sanaa reflect on old photographs, not for their nostalgic appeal but because of the mysterious life of the objects captured by them   Read entire article here: https://lifestyle.livemint.com/news/talking-point/phantomgarh-a-visual-series-by-sarnath-banerjee-111612516826856.html

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The Saturday Paper: Xenogenesis

Posted On: Saturday, January 30th, 2021 | by project88pressadmin

The Otolith Group’s Xenogenesis draws on science fiction to create an unsettling mirror of our present time. By Andy Butler. Read entire article here: https://www.thesaturdaypaper.com.au/culture/art/2021/01/30/xenogenesis/161192520010993#hrd

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Sarnath Banerjee takes us on a quick walk to nowhere in Episode 24 to give us some relief from the pandemic of planning that has besieged the world Read entire article here: https://lifestyle.livemint.com/news/talking-point/phantomgarh-a-graphic-series-by-sarnath-banerjee-111611292741136.html    

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Sarnath Banerjee gives us a glimpse of a film which is a reverse swing aimed at the three wickets of Indian society—’bhakti’, ‘samman’ and ‘shraddha’   Read entire article here

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