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 Dinesh Khanna. 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. We deliver Internationally. In normal circumstances, the print(s) will be sent within 5 working days. Once the shipment is ready, we will send an email with tracking details. Domestic delivery may take up to 15 days. International deliveries will be made through Registered Indian Post and would take a minimum of 20 to 25 working days. Because of the pandemic lockdown and restrictions, some delay is expected. If you prefer faster service, express shipping costs will be additional and calculated based on the country of delivery.
Yellow, Archival Pigment Print, 20"x30", Dinesh Khanna
Dinesh Khanna is an Indian Contemporary Photographer. In the early years of his career, Dinesh sold Calculators in Chawri Bazaar; quality checked garments in a Faridabad factory and cleared tables as a Busboy in an Upper Eastside Bar in New York. He believes that these jobs were as good an education, if not better in some ways than the Economics degree he got from Delhi University. This rather chequered career path was due to his teenage belief that if he followed in his Photographer Father's footsteps he would be yet another victim of the Indian caste system. This rebellion further led him to a 12-year long career as a Client Servicing Executive in Advertising where he finally achieved 'burn-out' at the ripe old age of 33 years and which left him with a burning desire to become a Professional Photographer. So in 1990 he finally succumbed to what can probably be blamed on genetic coding - the desire to make images - both as a means of making a living and as a form of creative expression. The last 26 years have seen him involved in creating images for Advertising, Editorial, and Corporate clients, specifically in the area of Food, Still-life, People, and Interiors. Dinesh is also a Co-Founder and Managing Trustee of Nazar Foundation, which has been set up to promote Photography as an art-form. And is also a Co-Founder and one of the Creative Directors of the Biennale, Delhi Photo Festival.