The Man Who Photographs Death

The Sleeping Beauty project is a collaboration between an Italian photographer and an Indian who photographs dead people in Varanasi and it is less macabre than it sounds, writes Alice Sharma Death is that tim... Read More...

Postcards from Peshawar, Pakistan

Mithila Mehta, in collaboration with, Humans of Peshawar, gives you a rarefied glimpse into the everyday life of Pakistanis So close, yet so mysterious. There is so much more to the country than what we see... Read More...

#BadBeti In Drag

Non- binary Indian drag performer, Abhijeet, used the popular hashtag to recreate pictures of women icons in drag, writes Neha Pant Pakistani-Canadian Maria Qamar posted an illustration with the #BadBeti in Oc... Read More...

Portraits of Indian Gorkhas

Manish Sharma, tries to connect with and decipher his Nepalese roots by photographing people from the same cultural background as him. Right now; I oscillate, From one point to another. Swirling and flowing... Read More...

Evolution of Love

sbcltr’s curated guide to the powerful interpretations of the emotion in art What is Love? This is a question that has consumed many an artist and while there are no singular answers to the question, some of t... Read More...

Grammys 2017

The biggest night of music was in tandem with the biggest trend of the year--resistance. The 59th Grammy’s belonged to one person and one person alone—Adele, who for the second time, took home three of the fou... Read More...

Hipstory: World Leaders Reimagined

Illustrator Amit Shimoni reimagines some of the world leaders as hipsters, accompanied by biographies written by Stephen Ellock The illustrations will be published as a bound set of 20 postcards by Lau... Read More...

Stellar Frequencies

Mixed media artist, Daniel Sun, opens his show Stellar Frequencies in Goa this week, sbcltr gives you a preview of what to expect Twenty-eight-year-old, Daniel Sun aka Danny Darkoski, is a mixed media artist, ... Read More...

Best of The World Press Photo Exhibition

sbcltr brings you some of the most expressive award winning images from the travelling photo exhibition Every year, the World Press Photo curates a stunning exhibition of some the most evocative pictures click... Read More...

Why I Marched For Women

Richa Sharma's visual dispatch from the Women's March in Washington DC On Saturday, 21st January, I marched along with thousands of men and women in Washington DC to show my support for the causes which I deep... Read More...

Recreating Ravi Varma’s Portraits

Rohit Chawla recreates some classic Indian Art in this stunning photo series One of India’s leading contemporary photographers, Rohit Chawla is known for his recreation of tableaus and compositions of some sem... Read More...

Procrastination: A photo essay

Photographer Polly Brown tackles the ideas of wasting time before a deadline We have all been guilty of it— binge watching television shows, taking unnecessary naps or just browsing aimlessly across the web, w... Read More...

You Filthy Rat Bag

This 16-year-old artist is making fun of everyday life in brutal illustrations that tell the truth about the dark side of humanity Melbourne based Celeste Mountjoy aka Filthy Ratbag posts her illustrations on ... Read More...

Delhi Pride Parade In Pictures

sbcltr brings you some of the best moments from the event Rainbow colours, a lot of energy and smiles all around marked the 9th Queer Pride Parade in New Delhi, on Sunday. Organised by the Delhi Queer Pride Co... Read More...

Inside The Coal Mines of Jharia

Photographer Ronny Sen captures a world of underground fires and blasting mines in the dystopian photo series, What Does The End of Time Look Like  In his latest photo series that won him the prestigious Getty... Read More...