"There are plenty of stolen moments. A car’s windshield reflecting a dreamy light. A cigarette in a puddle of leaves. Three pretzels stacked on a vendor’s cart. The Vancouver-based photographer describes her work as “quiet, aware and unassuming.” She adds, “Intimate and distant at the same time. ” Her work is deceptively simple. To capture the mundane and the magical at the same time is a talent. “I think that a lot of my photos capture a familiar yet specific truth that is common to everyone,” she says. “Something that you can look back to and feel at that moment in time, everywhere and everyday”
India’s Tasveer Arts in collaboration with Cinnamon is holding an exhibition in Delhi of vintage photographs of women, taken between the 1850s and 1950s. These include studio portraits, film stills, post cards and other promotional material. This is a studio portrait of an unknown woman reclining on a chaise longue in 1880.