37 iconic photographs from Steve McCurry's travels to India including some never-seen-before pictures to be displayed at The Rubin Museum of Art, New York

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November 02 , 2015
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The renowned Rubin Museum Of Art and the International Center of Photography, both based in New York, are collaborating to show Steve McCurry’s photographs of India in a museum for the first time. Thirty-seven stunning images, many of them an iconic part of the award-winning photographer’s fabled artistry and some never seen by the public before, document McCurry’s travels in India since the late 1970s. The evocative combination of portraits, landscapes, historical sites and vignettes from the lives of ordinary people, printed in McCurry’s NYC studio, demonstrate his extraordinary ability to connect with his subjects and capture unguarded and aesthetically beautiful moments having a universal appeal. The photographs on view include classics from his early projects (the kinetic India by Rail and the life-affirming Monsoon), and will be complemented by curated exhibits from the Rubin Museum’s collection of Himalayan art, video interviews with specialists, and an audio guide for the exhibition with a commentary from McCurry himself.

What: ‘Steve McCurry: India’ Photo Exhibition
When: 18 November 2015 to 4 April 2016
Where: the Rubin Museum of Art, 150 W 17th St, New York, NY 10011
Contact: www.rubinmuseum.org

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