Dek Unu Magazine - Madhur Dhingra

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Dek Unu Arts
Square / 8" x 8"
38 pages Perfect-bound
abstract photography, Buddhism, fine art photography, Himalayas, impressionistic, photomanipulation, surrealistic

Trekking through Ladakh, in the Trans-Himalaya, a region that borders India, Tibet, Xinjiang, and northern Pakistan, Madhur Dhingra visited Buddhist monasteries in some of the most remote and beautiful locations imaginable. A life-long reader of Buddhist philosophy, he visited these places both as a student and as an artist, absorbing both the scenery and the sacred science. But, most importantly, Dhingra is a student of people, a street photographer who brings a new aesthetic to his candid images. It is said among photographers that they do not “take” pictures, they “make” them. Put another way, this series illustrates perfectly the photo-artist's maxim that, “We don’t photograph things as they are but, rather, as we are.”

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