Gauri Gill: A Profile

by  Critical Collective

With a career that seems to have been spent on the highway, with incursions into villages and life lived in slow time, Gauri Gill reveals an ingenious and empathetic photographic eye. Working from within largely unknown and unsung communities, Gill shifts the focus from a palpable material poverty to

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A Multitudinous Cast

by  Natasha Ginwala

The mask is a continuation of selfhood, a mirror of dream states but also a means of rendering a face to characterize those disjunctive life scenes that become alluring and haunting refrains, as inevitable remainders. It is that grey terrain where lucid interplay between reality and fiction ensues.

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Gauri Gill's The Americans

by  Christopher Pinney

Gauri Gill’s “The Americans” on display in the Michigan Avenue Galleries is a remarkable body of work. To fully grasp what it is that Gill attempts in this project we need to understand something about an earlier project - the Jewish, Swiss-American photographer Robert Frank’s work of the same name

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