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The San Francisco (2000) exhibition was curated by Sunil, Monua and Sobha Janah.
The exhibition contains more than 150 photographs by Sunil Janah, documenting India's struggle for independence from the British; the partition of the subcontinent into India and Pakistan; life in villages and factories; dance and architecture; and the hidden world of India's remote tribes.
top right: a dance master from Kerala
middle four: the dancer Indrani Rahman
bottom right: maestro Bade Gulam Ali Khan
© Sunil Janah 1950-2000
This page provides glimpses of the exhibition, plus links to context and illustrated reviews. The complete exhibition can be viewed, in miniature, along with section texts, at the Virtual Exhibition site.
Biographical and historical background can be found summarized in the Press Release, Historical Note, and Slideshow Introduction - all listed in the Index below.
For more, see under the "Reviews" and "More Context and Photographs" headings in the Index.
Garos fishing, Garo Hills, Meghalaya, 1940's.
© Sunil Janah 1940-2000
Below: Portraits of cultural figures
Above top: sage Jiddu Krishnamurthy, physicist Satyen Bose
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The Inside India exhibition runs:
2000 Sep 14 - Oct 12
View of Kalart Gallery, showing the start of the History section. Photographs © Sunil Janah 1939-2000. The individual photographs are not clearly visible in this image. They can be seen more clearly at the Virtual Exhibition - SF 2000.
|Left: the photographer with young visitors at the installation.|
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