Here are the videos of the talks given by various speakers at the Wanted Series events held across India in reverse chronological order of the events. You can also view them on their dedicated Vimeo channel.
Print: Wanted Dead Or Alive! – New Delhi – 11 August 2012
This discussion focused on the lack and need of contemporary photography magazines in India.
Rahaab is Curator of the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts in New Delhi, and Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society in London. Rahaab is a graduate in Art History/Archaeology (M.A.) from School of Oriental and African Studies, London, and is the author of Inherited Spaces, Inhabited Places (2005), a volume on World Heritage Sites with photos by Raghu Rai. He has also been Guest Editor for photography issues including Marg Volume 61: Aperture and Identity—Early Photography in India (2009), and the Lalit Kala Journal, 2012 entitled Depth of Field: Photography as Art and Practice in India and is currently guest editing the India Photography Reader, Vol. 1, entitled ‘Movements’ with Yodapress, Delhi.
Rahaab spoke about his experience in editing PIX, the quarterly photography magazine.