T S Sathyan’s Photos at Tasveer



(supported by RBS Private Banking)

cordially invites you to

Recorder of Life, Beauty and Truth

By Late. T.S. Satyan

Details of the Exhibition

Date: 15th July to 5th August, 2011
Time: 10:00 am to 7:00 pm (Sunday Holiday)
Venue: Tasveer, The Gallery at SUA House, 26/1,
Kasturba cross road, Bangalore -560001

For further details contact: Gaurav Jayaprakash +91 9886451705 (Relationship Manager)

For Press enquiries contact: Megha – 9830994976


T. S. Satyan was born in 1923 in Mysore and was also educated in this glorious capital of a princely state. He was among the first to take to photojournalism and for most part of his professional life remained a freelancer doing special assignments for national and international publications. Satyan’s pictures have been published in The Illustrated Weekly of India and Life, besides Time, Newsweek, Christian Science Monitor, Outlook and India Today among others.

Satyan has also done special assignments for international agencies like UNICEF. To mark the International Year of the Child in 1979, the UNICEF organised an exhibition of Satyan’s pictures of children at the UN headquarters in New York.

Satyan has also published picture books on various themes and they include Exploring Karnataka, German Vignettes, Hampi – The Fabled Capital of the Vijayanagar Empire and In Love with Life – A Journey through Life in Photographs. In 2005 Penguin published his memoirs titled Alive and Clicking.

Supported by: RBS Private Banking

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