Presentation by Akina Books:
"An optimistic street seller looks at the news and wishes the monsoon will end soon. On the street corner, a girl is dancing to the music of men’s smartphones, a rich man gets out of his fancy car after a crash and gets lynched by a mob, while a woman is disfigured by her alcoholic husband, in the rage of a moment.
With ANGST, Soham Gupta walks the back streets of his Calcutta at night, witnessing stories told by taxi-drivers, outcasts and runaways.
The caustic humor of his text, together with the sensitivity of the portraits, freeze the atmosphere of bitterness and angst which like a glove fit Calcutta and the image given by the Indian Media."
Texts by Soham Gupta in English only. This project won the « Cosmos PDF Award » during the Rencontres d'Arles festival in 2017.
We are offering one copy of the first printing of this book.
164 pages - Softcover
Akina Books, 2018 (300 copies)
Format : 18 x 26 cm
New - Mint condition
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