Vineet Vohra’s exhibition displays the soul of his street photography. By capturing photographs of people, animals and scenes in media res, Vohra endeavours to relay the essence of
Vineet Vohra’s exhibition displays the soul of his street photography. By capturing photographs of people, animals and scenes in media res, Vohra endeavours to relay the essence of serendipity as he understands his unsheltered intention. Serendipity through this catalogue of photographs makes the familiar into something poetic, and at times even mythical, combining factors such as proximity, similarity, intuition, direction and closure.
Hailing from New Delhi in India, with a first class degree in Fine Arts from the University of Delhi’s College of Arts, Vineet Vohra is a self-taught street photographer who lives his passion like a discipline. He endeavours to synthesise human elements with the environment, focusing on making ordinary moments look extraordinary. In 2011, Vohra co-founded APF Magazine, an evolving street photography magazine intended to provide a platform for emerging photographers, artists and designers to showcase their work. Vohra is the first ever Indian Leica Ambassador, and conducts workshops at the Leica Akademie. He has been awarded for excellence thrice by His Highness Sheikh Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi at the Xposure International Photography Festival, and nominated for the Leica Oskar Barnack Award. His works have been published in prestigious global publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian UK, and National Geographic. He has also been featured in various collective exhibitions in Australia, London, New York, Miami, Vietnam, Tel Aviv and India.
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