The Telegraph

Drama of the human face

“Following in the tradition of studio photography started by pioneers like Samuel Bourne and Lala Deen Dayal, Suresh Punjabi was a visionary entrepreneur-artist. When he stood before his sitters, Punjabi donned the mantle of the archivist of the Great Indian Dream. The Business of Dreams, curated by Nathaniel Gaskell and Varun Nayar at the Museum of Art and Photography recently, put together a show that reveals the presence of a humane vision behind the mechanical eye of the camera.”

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