About the Indian photographer, Poulomi BASU

Poulomi BASU is a transmedia artist, photographer and activist. Her widespread and exhibited work examines the way identity formation is intertwined with geopolitics and reveals the hidden power structures buried deep within our societies. In 2018, the work 'Centralia' was awarded the main prize of the Photographic Museum of Humanity Grant.Poulomi BASU, a Magnum Foundation Scholarship holder for Social Justice, is known for her work advocating women's rights. Amnesty International named her an important and brilliant 'human rights activist' in 2019, and alongside Lynsey Addario she was also one of the most important contemporary war photographers in 'The Conversation' (BBC World Service). Her haunting VR movies 'Blood Speaks' are collected and distributed by the Tribeca Film Institute.

Fotobücher von Poulomi BASU

'Centralia' (Debütband, 2020)

'Centralia' exposes hidden crimes of war as an indigenous people fight for their survival. It explores the unsteady relationship between reality & fiction and how our perceptions of reality & truth are manipulated. Shortlisted for First Book Award in 2017
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