Wildllfe Photography Exhibition

Here’s a photography exhibition that the nature/wildlife/photography enthusiasts would not want to miss – ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ is a photography exhibition of recent works by Aditya Singh, Ganesh Shankar, Jayanth Sharma and Kalyan Varma. This exhibition brings together four individuals whose passion for wildlife photography comes through in the visions they create with their cameras. Some of the photographs (all are limited edition) are intimate portraits, and others include breath-taking vistas.

The exhibition is on till the 26th of this month at the Five Forty Five, the art gallery in Indiranagar.
545, 6th Main, 4th Cross, Indira Nagar Stage II, Bangalore, India 560008

If you are a wildlife enthusiast, you would not need an introduction to the works of these 4 photographers. However, if you are not familiar, do go through their work online:

Aditya Singh – http://www.dickysingh.com/slide-show/
Ganesh Shankar – http://www.naturelyrics.com/pages/galleries_page.html
Jayanth Sharma – https://www.facebook.com/jayanth.sharma.photography/photos_stream
Kalyan Varma – http://kalyanvarma.net/viewtags?tag=portfolio

Thanks to Chitra Ayer for the text.

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