Adult Programs

Culture Counts: Reflections on Photography

Judith Mara Gutman is a New York-based author and specialist in the field of social history and photography.

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Friends of South Asia (FSA) welcome the ever-energetic scholar and collector, Judith Mara Gutman, who will share her work on photography, particularly 19th-century Indian photographer Raja Deen Dayal, and 20th-century American sociologist photographer Lewis Hine.  She will also share her memories of meeting Dayal’s grandson!

This talk links to the ROM's current exhibition, Between Princely Indian and the British Raj: The Photography of Raja Deen Dayal, on view until January 12, 2014.  ROM curator, Deepali Dewan, South Asian Arts and Culture.

Judith Mara Gutman is a New York-based author and specialist in the field of social history and photography. She is the author of Lewis W. Hine and the American Social Conscience (1967) and Through Indian Eyes: 19th and 20th century Indian Photography (1982), among other publications. She has also curated exhibitions at the International Centre of Photography in New York City.

Brought to you by Friends of South Asia.

Location

Royal Ontario Museum

Earth Rangers Studio, Level 2
(Located in Biodiversity Gallery)

Bloor Street (main entrance)

Instructor

Judith Mara Gutman, New York-based author

Contact

416.586.5700
membership@rom.on.ca

 


 

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