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The Sked

French photographer Chantal Jumel's tribute to Tamil women, third edition of the SHE festival and a new play at Prithvi

The Sked
The Sked
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2016-02-26T21:31:04+05:30

Chennai Photography
Behind Workaday, Exquisite Creations

Juggling many hats comes naturally to French photographer, lecturer and Kathakali dancer Chantal Jumel, as does exploring various facets of a foreign culture. Via her photography exhibition ‘Inward Journey through Graphical India’, she pays homage to Tamil women, with whom she spent time learning the nuances of the kolam. Jumel had come to India to learn Kathakali and Mohiniattam. Along the way, she imbibed the local culture well enough to write a book, Kalam and Kolam, which delves into the ritual paintings and decorations of the south, exploring their origins, the myths surrounding them and their...

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