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Alisha Sett

Writer

Mumbai

Alisha Sett

a select portfolio of published writing

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William Gedney in India: Too Loud a Solitude

A review of the first exhibition in the world to focus solely on the American photographer's time in India.
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What Lies Behind the Blue Door

Some of Bombay's most prominent artists come together to open a new art space - in Mankhurd.
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The Draughtsman and the Painter

A review of Life in the Deep, an exhibition bringing together K. Chakravartty and K. Ramanujam.
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The Legacy of Indian Photojournalism

A review of The Deepak Puri Collection, one of Asia's most precious photo archives.
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Frédéric Lecloux's Nepal: For no reason at all

Lecloux's photographs of the most quiet and quotidian scenes in Nepal are epiphanic.
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Interview: Sarker Protick, The Outer World

Protick is perhaps the most widely exhibited photographer from Bangladesh in 2014-2015.
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A Long Winter

A friendship in another time and land is remembered.
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Let There Be Light: A Review of Photo Kathmandu 2015

Public engagement through photography is exemplified at one of Asia's newest festivals.
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Interview: Ian Teh on China's Massive Changes Chronicled Over 15 Years

Photographer Ian Teh on the Red Dragon’s exploding industry and environmental deathscapes.
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The Collaborator as Documentarian

A review of Gauri Gill's latest solo exhibition in Mumbai - The Mark on the Wall.
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Interview: Sudarshan Shetty, Making It New

A conversation with the renowned artist and curator of Kochi Biennale 2016.
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Marrying Brass and Stone

At the Devrai Art Village in Panchgani, a small group of artisans are patenting a new form of dhokra.

About

Alisha Sett

Sett is a freelance writer and curator based in Bombay. She is the Director and co-founder of Kashmir Photo Collective.