A Look Back – Pravleen Chugh

DATE: Monday, 23rd to Sunday 29th January, 2017
TIME: 10.30 AM to 7.00 PM

When was the last time you looked through old family photographs? Did they remind you of how faces, bodies, people and times have changed? Did these printed photographs have tell-tale signs, like folds because of the numerous times they’ve been touched?

Technology is transforming rapidly. It has had a significant effect on the art of photography too. In the world of professionally clicked photographs, the raw untrained effect of old photographs is fading away. A Look Back hopes to evoke a sense of nostalgia by celebrating the stories that old family photographs have to tell.



Born in New Delhi, Pravleen has had the opportunity from a very young age to live in various cities. This introduced her to diverse cultures. This exposure helped develop her interest in people and how they live. An avid film buff from childhood, she went on to pursue a degree in Film making from Kingston University, London and a diploma in Photography from Fergusson College, Pune. With a keen interest in psychology and philosophy, her work leans towards documenting the uncensored reality.Apart from films and photography she is also an artist and ceramist. She currently resides in Pune, India.


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