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Pablo Bartholomew

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Somewhere on location in a hotel room, India, 1979 Digital Print on Harman Archival Paper Printed on Epson Archival Printers and Ink 16 X 24 Inches © Copyright: Pablo Bartholomew; Image courtesy: Bodhi Art
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My parents, Richard and Rati, at home, New Delhi, 1975 Digital Print on Harman Archival Paper Printed on Epson Archival Printers and Ink 16 X 24 Inches © Copyright: Pablo Bartholomew; Image courtesy: Bodhi Art
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Zarine in a hotel room, New Delhi, 1975 Digital Print, Archival Inks on Harman Archival 16 X 24" © courtesy of the Artist and Bodhi Art
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Man with Bag Archival Pigment Print 20 X 30 Inches
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Capital Talkies Building Archival Pigment Print 20 X 30 Inches
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Man Asleep on Chowpatty Beach Archival Pigment Print 20 X 30 Inches
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Roadside Photo Studio, Bombay, c 1979 Archival Pigment Print 20" X 30" © Courtesy of the artist & Sakshi Gallery (Mumbai)
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Bohpal Gas Tragedy, 1984 © Courtesy of the Artist and HOST Gallery
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© Courtesy of the artist & Photoink
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General View - Exhibition GOD FACTOR (1st Floor), 2012
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CONFLICTS IN INDIA Photography © GOD FACTOR PROJECT
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© Courtesy of the artist & PHOTOINK
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Pablo and Pooh, Bombay, 1976 © Pablo Bartholomew
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arunchal Photograph © pablo bartholomew
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Schoolgirl on cycle,Tangra,Calcutta , c.1978 © Pablo Bartholomew and Sakshi Gallery
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Self Portrait, 1975 Gelatin Silver Print 16 X 20 In. © Courtesy the artist and Thomas Erben Gallery.
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Head of a Boy, 1986/2016 134 X 89 Cm. © Courtesy of the Artist and Nature Morte, New Delhi
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Pablo Bartholomew's work has been widely exhibited in galleries in India and museums internationally. His earliest solo exhibitions, in New Delhi in 1980 and Bombay in 1981, dealt with the marginal worlds he inhabited at that time. During 2005 he exhibited at Month of Photography in Tokyo, the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival in France, and Newark Museum’s Indian Photography and Video Festival.
His recent exhibition "Outside In! A Tale of Three Cities: 70s and 80s" is a visual diary of his teenage work. The show debuted at the Rencontres d’Arles in July 2007, before traveling to the National Museum, New Delhi in January - February 2008, the Mumbai National Gallery of Modern Art in March 2008, and Bodhi Art in New York from 9 May to 14 June 2008. At the same time a photographic exhibition of his father's work titled, "A Critic’s Eye", not know as a photographer till then but a noted Indian art critic Richard Bartholomew (1926-1985)", was displayed at Sepia Gallery, New York in May and 28 June, 2008.

 

Pablo Bartholomew's work has been widely exhibited in galleries in India and museums internationally. His earliest solo exhibitions, in New Delhi in 1980 and Bombay in 1981, dealt with the marginal worlds he inhabited at that time. During 2005 he exhibited at Month of Photography in Tokyo, the Rencontres d’Arles photography festival in France, and Newark Museum’s Indian Photography and Video Festival.

 

His recent exhibition "Outside In! A Tale of Three Cities: 70s and 80s" is a visual diary of his teenage work. The show debuted at the Rencontres d’Arles in July 2007, before traveling to the National Museum, New Delhi in January - February 2008, the Mumbai National Gallery of Modern Art in March 2008, and Bodhi Art in New York from 9 May to 14 June 2008. At the same time a photographic exhibition of his father's work titled, "A Critic’s Eye", not know as a photographer till then but a noted Indian art critic Richard Bartholomew (1926-1985)", was displayed at Sepia Gallery, New York in May and 28 June, 2008.