Category Archives: Chirodeep Chaudhuri

"In The City, A Library" by Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto

‘IN THE CITY: A LIBRARY’ IS A NOSTALGIC TAKE ON THE DISAPPEARING LIBRARY CULTURE OF MUMBAI – NEERJA DEODHAR

18 March, 2017 – FirstPost “When you enter the room where photographs from the exhibition In the City: A Library are displayed, you will be reminded of the dusty shelves of the rare books section of your college library.There are pictures … Continue reading

"In The City, A Library" by Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto

THE TIME TRAVELLERS – ESHA MAHAJAN

Harper’s Bazaar – March 2017

"In the City, a Library" by Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto

PHOTOS OF LONG-FORGOTTEN BOOKS BY LONG-DEAD AUTHORS PREFACE A MEMORY-THEMED FESTIVAL IN MUMBAI – SAMRAT CHAKRABARTI

Mar 15, 2017 – Scroll “Through the composition of images, and the fauna which makes up the ecosystem of the library, the artwork evokes a specific site: there is the reader who leaves her mark, sometimes in a flower used … Continue reading

"In The City, A Library" by Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto

DOCUMENTING THE AESTHETICS OF DECAY – ZAHRA AMIRUDDIN

March 11, 2017 – The Hindu “He also believes that the drama before a shot was always thrown up by the material, either with trails of an insect that had eaten through the page, decaying spines of untouched books, a … Continue reading

"In the City, a Library" by Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto

A PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT DOCUMENTS A 172-YEAR-OLD READING ROOM IN MUMBAI – SOMA DAS

March 9, 2017 – Hindustan Times “During the process of research, the team stumbled upon diverse finds. Along with tomes on philosophy, literature and geography, they found curious books dedicated to ears and fetuses. They also found a book by … Continue reading