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“Ketaki Sheth has an unerring eye for the affective details, an enviable instinct for visual rhythms, and, as the title of this beautiful book has it, 'a certain grace.' She draws us into the lives of others in such a humane way that we come to understand that they are not so other after all" – Teju Cole.
With a historical essay by Mahmood Mamdani and a critical essay by Rory Bester the book presents black and white portraits and streetscapes from the lives of everyday Sidi taken in Gujarat, Karnataka, Mumbai and Hyderabad from 2006-2011.
Introduction by Mahmood Mamdani and afterword by Rory Besterin
108 pages, 75 tritone plates
9.8 in x 9.9 in / 24.8 x 25.1 cm Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket Published by: PHOTOINK
Published Publication date: 2013
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