In the shadow of the Raj : Derry Moore in India /

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Author / Creator:Moore, Derry, author, photographer.
Imprint:Munich ; New York : Prestel, [2017]
Description:207 pages ; 29 cm
Subject:Moore, Derry.
Moore, Derry.
Architectural photography.
Photography, Artistic.
Photography, Artistic.
India -- Pictorial works.
Exhibition catalogs.
Pictorial works.
Format: Print Book
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Summary:Derry Moore captures the India's unique visual identity from its Ancient and Medieval temples, through the Mughal period, up to the architecture of the European colonial era. In so doing, he captures the essence of India at a time before the homogenizing tide of globalization swept the country. Moore's architectural photographs of richly decorated temples, imposing colonnades, intricate multifoil arches, and formal gardens reflect the interaction between British and Indian styles. Featuring black-and-white photographs of the grand palaces and lavish, marble ballrooms that embody India's past, this book also explores Moore's portraits of cultural icons, high society women, as well as some of the servants and staff who form a continued, yet fading, presence within the architectural spaces. This comprehensive book will appeal to anyone who has a love of India, and the often breathtakingly beautiful, and timeless aesthetics of India's past, which can only be seen in the shadow of its present. 0Exhibition: Mumbai, India (22.09. - 16.10.2016) / Bangalore, India (03.02. - 16.02.2017) / Delhi, India (04.05. - 14.05.2017).

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Call Number: f TR655 .M6646 2017
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