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Following the urban living, this essay observes the city with a documentary eye blended with a bit of fiction. It offers encounters with unexpected places, juxtaposed in sets of opposing concepts such as the central and the peripheral, the private and the public, the visible and the invisible and the real and imaginary. As a result, the photographs suggests new ways to look at the city as well as to reflect on its past and future.
Sameer Tawde was born and raised in Mumbai, where he now lives and works. He received a degree in architecture and later pursued post graduate study in communication design program at the National Institute of Design (NID).
Since then he has been working as a freelance art and documentary photographer.
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