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107 minutes | Nov 21, 2020
Episode 13 | Dinesh Khanna: Life, Lens and Lessons
Dinesh Khanna is a Managing Trustee of the Nazar Foundation, and one of the Co-founders of the Delhi Photo Festival. He was also a Photography Curator for the first 2 editions of the Serendipity Arts Festival. He is a Director of the Dhrish Academy at the Museo Camera and is also the Visual Consultant with Sahapedia where he advises on the ‘Sahapedia Frames’ Grant for Cultural Photography. His 3rd book, which was commissioned by the Rashtrapati Bhawan and Sahapedia, is about all aspects of life and duties of the oldest regiment of the Indian Army. Its called "Right of the Line - The President's Bodyguard". Following the success of this, he was commissioned to work on the book "Life in Rashtrapati Bhawan", which is his 4th Photobook and was published in 2016. We sit here to talk about the role of photography in the 21st century. How it has been dealing with the superhighway that is social media, and how the instant transmission of visuals has manipulated the world of photography. We talk about the current state of art vs authority, and if this battle is fundamentally perpetual. We later talk about the role of a father towards his children and its supervision on their individuality and a little about fatherhood in the context of India. -- If you like the podcast, please subscribe to us and press the bell icon for update notifications. Also, please consider spreading the word and help us out in reaching more people. You can find us on the following as well: Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Tune-in, and Youtube. Soundtrack: Ampletunes.com
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