Eyes On India

Eyes on India exhibition follows the two journeys to ultimately Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, India, with the first in 2014 and last in 2023.

What Mike Reed presents scenes through his twisted eyesight as he discovers a beautiful, colourful , friendly and endearing nation through Mumbai, New Delhi, Rajasthan, and Varanasi.

With their 400 or so Gods they worship , they still find time to care for birds dogs and all animals. However this leads to a vision and smell of the proverbial Royal Easter Show added with the almost deafening and overriding cacophony of horns and traffic with the ominous lethal atmospheric pollution .

The photography explores mainly the portraits of the populace with some wider shots as well to place the action.

The Show is at Wolfhound Gallery 386 Brunswick Road Fitzroy 3065 and runs from 29th February to 17th March.

Artists Talk on March 16th 2pm

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