A Photograph of Frida Kahlo (Neha Dhupia), 2012

by Rohit Chawla
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Medium: Archival Pigment Print
Size: 18 x 24 inches
Edition: Edition of 12


This photograph by Rohit Chawla is a recreation of a photo of Frida Kahlo.
  • ABOUT Rohit Chawla

    Rohit Chawla is an internationally acclaimed, contemporary Indian photographer, known for his brilliant portraits that break the stereotype of what portraits are meant to look like. Capturing people in their raw moments, he’s had the opportunity to re-introduce several significant personalities through his lens such as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sachin Tendulkar, amongst others.

    Chawla is also a regular at the Jaipur Literature Festival, and some of his most notable photos are those of writers, both new and established, from the festival each year. His powerful works been featured in many exhibitions and publications, including India Today covers, that have gone viral. Rohit Chawla’s impressive body of work includes projects such as Free Da! – The Homage, Tribute to Raja Ravi Varma, Klimt: The Sequel, Out of the Box, Fine Art of Food, and Eyes Wide Shut, which is a collection of portraits of renowned personalities with their eyes closed.

    A photographer of incredible skill and versatility, Rohit Chawla worked at the Art Direction department of the reputed advertising agency J. Walter Thomas for 20 years before moving on to editorial photography, and founding his own design and film company. An avid traveller who considers travel the best antidote to stress, Chawla lives between Delhi and Goa with his wife.

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