Entries by #iamdpc

Artist and the Art of Inclusion

by Samar S Jodha The most encouraging platform in today’s conflicted world is the art space. It brings together the universal language of self-expression, does not discriminate on gender, income, or any cultural differences, and fosters a dialogue of inclusion. Artist Probir Gupta believes in taking his art practice beyond his shadow. His work reflects the socio-political […]

DPC Heritage Photowalk to Potters Village

Join DPC Heritage Photowalk to Potters VillageDate- 16th Oct 2022Time- 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM The potters of this village rely solely on their craft for their livelihood. You can appreciate the sharp contrast between the urban and rural parts of Delhi. Observe the daily activities and rituals of the locals. Our guide will also […]

Photography – The Democratic Art Form

by Samar S Jodha It is said till the arrival of photography, there was minimal space for self-expression. Not everyone was talented or trained to be a painter, be it landscape, portrait or even documenting one’s surroundings. But with the arrival of photography, this started to change. Though one challenge remained, that device, the camera, […]

What an engaging evening! Prashant Panjiar

by Samar S Jodha What an engaging evening!  Prashant Panjiar launched his book with a perfect combo of Shekhar Gupta walking us through not just the images but the times they both were out there making the reporting. From hanging out with the Mujahideens while dodging bullets from the Soviets in Afghanistan, frozen on a bridge […]


by Samar S Jodha Viewer Discretion: Nudity Having worked in fashion photography at the start of my career led to one clear understanding. It’s mostly about selling perception, vanity and other self-image projection. Once I met a designer in Milano, and she put it perfectly, “When you walk into a room full of people and […]