RR Srinivasan is an Indian photographer, film society activist, environmental activist, writer, and editor who has been actively involved in the film appreciation movement in Tamil Nadu through societies and alternative film journals. He emerged from Kanchanai film society in Thirunelveli, which has played a key role in bringing serious cinema to a non-metropolitan audience. He has directed and produced several documentary movies on social issues, including 28 documentary films on folk art traditions in Tamil Nadu. His photographs have been exhibited in several exhibitions in India. He has to his credit a photobook on Narikuravas, nomadic tribes of India.
Chennai Museum, Archival Pigment Print, 8"x12", RR Srinivasan, 2018
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