Harry Gruyaert: India Jean-Claude Carriere

Harry Gruyaert: India

Author: Jean-Claude Carriere
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Book Title
Harry Gruyaert: India
Author
Jean-Claude Carriere
ISBN
9780500545515
For more than thirty years, celebrated photographer Harry Gruyaert has crisscrossed India, capturing the people and places of the subcontinent with his camera. This book brings together 150 of these images, many of which have never been seen before. Harry Gruyaert: India attests to the photographer's clarity of style: his interest in story, public spaces, and surprising scenes, all punctuated with vibrant colors. From bustling streets in New Delhi or Calcutta, to the modest villages of Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan, and the great religious city of Varanasi, "color must be essential," Gruyaert says. Transcending stereotypes, these images show some of the many faces of India through Gruyaert's unparalleled vision.This collection includes striking images of women in purple saris beating grain, dyers busy at smoky vats, encampments of shepherds preparing for a new day, and other scenes of daily life. In keeping with Gruyaert's oeuvre, these scenes capture the sensory atmosphere, with subtle chromatic variations, painting a revelatory picture that neither romanticizes nor exoticizes the subject.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Jean-Claude CarrierePublisher: Thames & HudsonPublished: 05/11/2021ISBN: 9780500545515Pages: 224Weight: 3.50lbsSize: 11.40h x 9.40w x 0.90d

For more than thirty years, celebrated photographer Harry Gruyaert has crisscrossed India, capturing the people and places of the subcontinent with his camera. This book brings together 150 of these images, many of which have never been seen before.

Harry Gruyaert: India attests to the photographer's clarity of style: his interest in story, public spaces, and surprising scenes, all punctuated with vibrant colors. From bustling streets in New Delhi or Calcutta, to the modest villages of Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan, and the great religious city of Varanasi, "color must be essential," Gruyaert says. Transcending stereotypes, these images show some of the many faces of India through Gruyaert's unparalleled vision.

This collection includes striking images of women in purple saris beating grain, dyers busy at smoky vats, encampments of shepherds preparing for a new day, and other scenes of daily life. In keeping with Gruyaert's oeuvre, these scenes capture the sensory atmosphere, with subtle chromatic variations, painting a revelatory picture that neither romanticizes nor exoticizes the subject.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Jean-Claude Carriere
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Published: 05/11/2021
ISBN: 9780500545515
Pages: 224
Weight: 3.50lbs
Size: 11.40h x 9.40w x 0.90d

For more than thirty years, celebrated photographer Harry Gruyaert has crisscrossed India, capturing the people and places of the subcontinent with his camera. This book brings together 150 of these images, many of which have never been seen before.

Harry Gruyaert: India attests to the photographer's clarity of style: his interest in story, public spaces, and surprising scenes, all punctuated with vibrant colors. From bustling streets in New Delhi or Calcutta, to the modest villages of Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan, and the great religious city of Varanasi, "color must be essential," Gruyaert says. Transcending stereotypes, these images show some of the many faces of India through Gruyaert's unparalleled vision.

This collection includes striking images of women in purple saris beating grain, dyers busy at smoky vats, encampments of shepherds preparing for a new day, and other scenes of daily life. In keeping with Gruyaert's oeuvre, these scenes capture the sensory atmosphere, with subtle chromatic variations, painting a revelatory picture that neither romanticizes nor exoticizes the subject.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Jean-Claude Carriere
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Published: 05/11/2021
ISBN: 9780500545515
Pages: 224
Weight: 3.50lbs
Size: 11.40h x 9.40w x 0.90d