2 min read.Updated: 15 Apr 2016, 02:42 AM ISTPooja Singh
Photographs shot by William Dalrymple on his cellphone are on display in the Capital
NEW DELHI :
It’s perhaps difficult not to find a narrative in a photograph, especially when the one capturing it is a writer. William Dalrymple, however, insists that the 60 images now on display at south Delhi’s Vadehra Art Gallery are more spur-of-the-moment, abstract, and an extension of reality. “They are, in fact, a contrast to my writing. They come from the ‘visual’ part of my brain," Dalrymple says of his “grainy, black and white" work.