The Colour of India

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Lambada Woman, Gramya, 2005
Lambadi Woman, Gramya, 2005

ORT_Logo   Breadtag Sagas ©: Author Tony, 23 March 2016


Introduction

Having just visited India in February/March 2016. I’m inspired again by the wonders of India, even though the NGOs I’m aware of despair at the the excesses of the current central government.

In mid-2010 the South Coast Pastel Society (New South Wales, Australia) got in touch with me because of a contact with PhotoAccess to help inspire their artists about India. The theme for their major exhibition of the year was on India or more specifically: works that reflect or respond to in some way, the culture, history, environment or art of India.

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2 thoughts on “The Colour of India

  1. Tony, the photographs were wonderful but your comments on the Indian middle class inaccurate. Some are busy climbing the ladder,others work hard not to slide back and some are changing the world! The pictures were a treat

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    1. Rukmini, I agree my comments were intemperate but as I said at the bottom not entirely untrue and I was trying to encapsulate the negatives of India all at once from an outsider’s point of view.

      However, thank you for defending the Indian middle class. Your comments are entirely accurate.

      Tony

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