PREVIEW FOR PHOTOGRAPH EXHIBITION BY MARIE ACCOMIATO
India always looks beautiful through the eyes of a foreign photographer. It's
only the desis who crib about the dirt on the roads and people defecating on the
pathways. Have you ever noticed how beautiful it can be? India, not people defecating.
Since most of us don't have the time, it's people like Marie Accomiato who take
the pains to show us the beauties of our land.
Marie Accomiato is an expert in black and white printing. She's the winner of the Agfa award in 1997, and she's been involved with Indian photography for about 7 years now. Be it the shots of Kalaripayattu and Kathakali dancers in Kerala or capturing the mood of mist-filled pathways in rain-drenched Darjeeling or the soft feel of women on swings in Mumbai, she proves that beauty never escapes her probing eye. Her work is constantly exhibited throughout Paris. So don't miss this if you really love genuine artistry.
Please contact the Alliance Française de Hyderabad at 2770-0734/35/36 for further details.