Photo Exhibition ‘Many Faces of Women’ Celebrates Womanhood at JKK

To celebrate the International Women’s Day, a month long photo exhibition –’Many Faces of Women’ is being displayed in the Sphetic Gallery of JKK. In the photo exhibition, 116 photographs by 90 photographers from across India have been chosen by an eminent jury for display. The exhibition will remain open till 12 April for the public from 11 am to 7 pm.

Photo by Arun Mazumdar
Photo by Rajnish Pardal

“Visual media has always been an effective mode of expression. Of all the visual media photography has emerged as one of the most universal art form which is practiced in equal proficiency by professionals as well as amateurs and even hobbyists and householders”, said Director General , JKK, Kiran Soni Gupta.

Photo by Tabeenah Anjum Qureshi

The selected photos depict contrast of different lifestyles from urban and rural women. The photos also convey courage, motherhood, dissent, passion and other aspects of women. The selected photos are from seven states of India such as Jaipur, Odisha, New Delhi , UP, Maharashtra, Jammu and Kashmir and Chandigarh.

Photo by Himanshu Vyas
Photo by Sudhir Kasliwal
Photo by Umesh Gogna

The show has been curated by award winning photographers – Mr Himanshu Vyas and Dr Tabeenah Anjum Qureshi. The judging was done by Umesh Gogna , Rajnish Pardal and Sudhir Kasliwal.

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