Jatin Gulati

Jatin Gulati is a writer, lens-based artist and educator. He is a graduate of the Pathshala South Asian Media Institute in Dhaka, and his work incorporates mediums such as photography, archives, text and digital environments. He teaches contemporary photography narratives at the School of Media, Arts and Sciences at Srishti Manipal Institute, Bengaluru.

Notes on Southasian photography beyond borders

Rahaab Allana’s 'Unframed' explores how lens-based practices confront the divided realities of Southasia, yet also point to the region’s overlaps and entanglements.

Sep 01, 2023

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