Crossborder > Notes on Southasian photography beyond borders

A guard at the Afghan territory border with British India, circa 1930. The events of the Third Anglo-Afghan War are inscribed not just in the border but also in the relationship between the colonial photographer and the photographed. Photo courtesy: Unknown publisher / Omar Khan,

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