On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast, W. Scott Olsen is talking to Rudransh Nagi, photographer from New Delhi (India), currently based in Florence, Italy.
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An accidental photographer born in New Delhi, India, 1990. After attaining political science and sociological degrees, he went to Paris, where he studied photography at Spéos. Then, he attended his two years of MFA in Photography in Florence, Italy (2019-2021).
His goal is to use the photographic documentary language to witness and create a record of sociologically and anthropologically relevant situations. He is also interested in conceptual/diaristic uses of photography as a way to represent his own psychological life. His current works entail all the genres mentioned above.
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