“Serendipity” by Vineet Vohra
“Serendipity” is the first monograph by the acclaimed Indian street photographer Vineet Vohra, with an introduction by Muhammed Muheisen. 160 colourful images show us an India made of beautifully random juxtapositions.
500 limited-edition copies autographed by Vineet Vohra.
Product Details / Black edition
Limited Edition Print 1/30
The White and Black Editions differ in one thing and one thing only.
Each Black Edition contains one unique Fine Art Photograph (30×21 cm – printed on Hahnemühle FineArt paper with pigment inks and tested for longevity) that has never been printed for sale before. Available through the purchasing of this book only.
Eyeshot aims to keep every publication limited-edition in quantity and quality.
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© Vineet Vohra
Born in 1973, Vineet Vorha is an internationally celebrated street photographer based in New Dehli, India. Vohra is a Leica Ambassador and the first Indian photographer in the history of Leica, and he is considered one of the most influential street photographers of his generation.
The subjects explored in “Serendipity” are broad, in terms of concepts, styles and techniques, pushed by the author to explore all limits and possibilities. Vohra’s mastery of the medium shows in bringing order to the chaos we often find on the street, and in patiently working scenes until every piece of his story falls in place.
© Vineet Vohra
The photographic journey
Vohra’s ability to capture invisible moments and make them visible in his pictures is inspiring, and by conducting workshops he encourages a lot of street photographers to look forward and dive into a new journey day by day.
The photographer's vision
“I believe in the school of thought where there should be at least two or three stories happening in one picture, and everyone should be involved with themselves. But most importantly, there should be a connection in between them”.