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Contemporary Indian is an exclusive collection, curated from photographers who have made a significant contribution to the field of Indian photography. This image was shot by Indian photographer Ramu Aravindan. We will be sending the print(s) along with an authentication certificate. They will be made on acid-free, resistant to aging archival Hahnemühle paper and 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/roll form. At present, we deliver only within India. In normal circumstances, the print(s) will be sent within 5 working days. Because of the pandemic lockdown, a slight delay is expected. The prints are made to order. So, we do not accept returns. However, if you have any issues, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

Untitled, Archival Pigment Print, 30"x20", Ramu Aravindan

SKU: R004
₹30,000.00Price
  • Ramu Aravindan is a graphic designer and photographer based in Bangalore. His images deal with landscapes, places, objects, and the sense of space and locality they create. About his work he has this to say: “My central fascination with photography is a link I had made up, over time, between photography and the joy of moving around and looking at places—experiencing places. It’s a simple satisfaction and the ‘sense of seeking’ contained in that activity that drew me to photography and continue to draw me to it.”

    Ramu has worked on photography commissions for books, visual research, and design projects and runs a consultancy, Landeater Design, that creates design and content for communication and documentation projects. He also teaches photography as visiting faculty at art and design schools. Ramu graduated in graphic design from NID, Ahmedabad, and holds a Masters in photography from the Univ. of Calgary. 

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