Beautiful newsprint publication that presents images from Richard (the father) and Pablo (the son) Bartholomew, Indian photographers that chronicle the daily life in their country through images of theirs families and friends.
Richard was active from the 50s to the 70s and in particular documented the bohemian life that existed in India in the 50s.
Pablo has been active since the 70s, and the quality of his documentary work has been acknowledged by numerous awards. The images selected here come from is early work in 70s Delhi.
48 pages - Newsprint in plastic sleeve
New - Slight yellowing of the pages' edges
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