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In search of Light, in search of meaning, in search of Beauty, Caroline Tabah, camera in hand, travels the world, here and elsewhere…
A special selection of photos from the exhibition, Lights of India, is available for sale. Please click here to visit the shop.
In these times of the COVID -19 pandemic:
March, 24th, 2020 to March, 26th, 2021
*After a year of daily posting on social media, the photographic project is now completed. Thank you all for your great participation!
INVITATION : Focus on the Light
In this difficult and confused period in which we are all in together, each day I will post a picture that I took recently, or in the past, or that I will take in my immediate environment. I will publish a photography which warms my heart, which makes me see the positive aspects of life, a luminous photography that brings a little balm on the heart, in these dark times.
I invite you to join me by posting, during my next posts, your photographs that make you feel good, your photographs that do good to your soul. Let’s turn insecurity into creativity. Together, let’s stay positive. Together we will heal, and win. You are stronger than you think. Courage! May safety, love, and health be with you. #movementforlight
The Milkmen of Benares
Under the Bollywood Sun, India.
The Mala and the Sun, India.
The Old Lady and The Life. Cyprus, 2018.
The Gondelier and his Cell Phone. Venice, Italy.
Mother and Daughter in the Windstorm of Life. Gaspésie, Canada, 2018.
“Shatter the Ceiling”. San Francisco, USA, 2018.
Water and Air. Venice, Italy, 2018.
The Greene Line. Nicosia, Cyprus, 2018.
“Blue Mood”. Venice, Italy, 2018.
The Heart of the Tree. Montreal, Canada, 2018.
Somewhere North Over the 53rd Parallel. Labrador, Canada, 2018.
Arcidosso. Tuscany, Italie, 2018.
Colours. New York, USA, 2018.
Desolation. Nottingham, England, 2017.
May 23 – June 3, 2016
Consisting of fifty photographs, the exhibition Lights of India represents Tabah’s quest for light in all its forms, whether it be the light from the sun, the light which animates the eyes of a street child, the light that shines on film sets, that of beauty, spirituality, hope, and even that which is hidden in despair.Passionate about India, especially its arts and cinema, Caroline walks the streets of Varanasi, Mumbai, Goa, Pondicherry, Pune, Agra, and Chidambaram taking these photographs, which are accompanied by poetic reflections.
The Nehru Centre, London, UK – Cultural Wing of the High Commission of India
- 2014: Lumières de l’Inde, October 6 to November 28, 2014 at the Bibliothèque centrale and at the Bibliothèque des arts de l’UQÀM (Université du Québec à Montréal), Montreal.
- 2014: Lumières de l’Inde, June 19 to August 24, 2014 at the Centre Culturel Georges-Vanier, Montreal.
Consisting of fifty photographs, the exhibition Lumières de l’Inde represents Tabah’s quest for light in all its forms, whether it be the light from the sun, the light which animates the eyes of a street child, the light that shines on film sets, that of beauty, spirituality, hope, and even that which is hidden in despair.Passionate about India, especially its arts and cinema, Caroline walks the streets of Varanasi, Mumbai, Goa, Pondicherry, Pune, Agra, and Chidambaram taking these photographs, which are accompanied by poetic reflections.
- 2014: Made in India, photographic exhibition, film sets of Hindi and Marathi movies, Watford Central Library, Watford, UK. June 12 – July 14, 2014.
Made in India, a photo exhibition by Montreal-based artist Caroline Tabah, presented by the Pandit Ram Sahai Sangit Vidyalaya (PRSSV), and hosted by the Watford Central Library from June 12 to July 14, 2014. All are invited to meet Caroline at the exhibition launch on Thursday, June 12 from 5-7 pm.
Fragments of light from film sets in Mumbai and Pune, Made in India will transport you behind the scenes of Bollywood and Marathi filmmaking.
- 2009: Made in India, photographic exhibition, film sets of Hindi and Marathi movies, Cinema du Parc, Montreal.
- 2005: India day in Montreal, pictures published in the Bharat Times, Montreal.
- 2004: Movement: 8 steps to infinity…, photographic exhibition, Maison de la culture Plateau Mont-Royal and at the Annual Symposium on Hip-Hop culture, Concordia University, Montreal.
Made in India, 2009 (selections)
|Miscellaneous, India 2009|
Whispers of Asia (selections)