Abul Kalam Azad is an Indian visual artist and photographer based in Kerala. His works are largely personal explorations and documentation of experiences, and memories of his native land, people, and their culture. They deal with issues of identity, ethics, micro/macro history, and eroticism. His works have exhibited Nationally/Internationally in reputed museums and galleries. He has received Charles Wallace Award in the year 1996 and recognized by the French government through a scholarship grant. He is a recipient of grants from the Government of India and India Foundation for the Arts (IFA). He is the founder of Ekalokam Trust for Photography and Editor-in-chief of PhotoMail Online magazine. This image of Juma Masjid was shot using film 1992.
Delhi Days, Archival Pigment Print, 12"x10", Abul Kalam Azad, 1992
The print(s) will be sent along with an authentication certificate. They will be made on acid-free, resistant to aging archival Hahnemühle paper, UV resistant inks that can last for more than 100 years in proper conditions. The size specified includes 0.5 inches borders on all four sides. If you prefer without a border or need a larger border, please specify. The print(s) are not framed and will be sent in a stretched form.