Signed Limited Edition of 300 | Numbered Edition |Includes 1 Dedication Print
72 Pages | Offset | Limited edition of 300
24 x 24 x 10 cm
Published: 2007| First Edition
Publisher : IndiaPictures
Text: Sanjeev Saith
Design: Ram Rahman
Signed & Numbered by Author in Original
“Prashant Panjiar’s King Commoner Citizen is a collection of photographs that blends the somewhat incongruous contemporary lives of erstwhile Indian princes with the incredibly diverse, layered, euphoric, despairing, paradoxical existence of the common Indian.”
The dichotomies between classes, and its interplay is the theme for King Commoner Citizen. Prashant bases the monograph on over 15 years of work. Highlighting the differences and similarities through a visual representation in design, this book seeks to bring to our notice the diversity in life of people in India.
The book is based upon increasing the reach of photography as a medium to the common man. The publishing of this book is to “not” make a coffee table book but to promote photography and visual literacy from India
Prashant Panjiar is one of the leading photographers in India. With over 20 years of experience in the field, his work has been widely published. Prashant has worked with the India Today and Outlook Groups. As a member of the core team, he was responsible for creating the visual profile of the Outlook magazine in its launch. He currently works with varied national and international agencies as a freelance photographer
Prashant has served on the jury of the World Press Photo Awards in 2002, the China International Press Photo Competition, The Ramnath Goenka Press Photo Awards 2004-2006.
His previous books include “The Survivors – Kampuchea 1984” & on Banditry in the Chambal Region of Madhya Pradesh.
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