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Changing The Rules | Art

The Chennai Photo Biennale made a sharp social comment with works that are both traditional and peculiar.

Chennai Photo Biennale, the month-long festival that concludes on March 24, marks a definite shift in the discourse around photography in India. Until now, photo festivals here have taken one of two paths-upholding the long

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