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Ankit Agrawal

Noida, India 2 Followers

About Artist

Delhi-based freelance journalist and photographer with broad interests in human rights, development, environment, and arts and culture. An alumnus of the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai, he has worked with th...

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Delhi-based freelance journalist and photographer with broad interests in human rights, development, environment, and arts and culture.

An alumnus of the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai, he has worked with the Mint and Tehelka and contributed to BBC Hindi, The Hindu, The Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy, Quint Hindi, Zuma Press among others.

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  • About Artist

    Delhi-based freelance journalist and photographer with broad interests in human rights, development, environment, and arts and culture.

    An alumnus of the Asian College of Journalism, Chennai, he has worked with the Mint and Tehelka and contributed to BBC Hindi, The Hindu, The Hindu Centre for Politics and Public Policy, Quint Hindi, Zuma Press among others.

    The World of Mojarto: Capturing the Vanishing Crafts of India

    This week on Mojarto, we caught up with Aditya Arya and Parthiv Shah who talk to us about the Neel Dongre Grant. A prestigious grant that encourages young photographers to create a visual dialogue in the field. This years theme was Life as Beauty: The Vanishing Crafts of India. We also spoke to those who won the grants about their photographic journey and their work.

  • Award & Recognition

    Neel Dongre Grant for Excellence in Photography 2016 to document the craft of making Tanpura. (2016-17)

    One of the winners of photography contest titled 'Without Borders' organised by the MSF India. (2015)

    Awarded honourable mention in international photography contest titled 'City Vibes - Engaging with Public Spaces'. (2014)

    Winner of the 'Snapshot of Democracy Photo Contest' organised by the World Youth Movement for Democracy, Washington DC. As the prize, he attended their Seventh Assembly, which was held in Lima, Peru and also exhibited my work. (2012)

    Two photographs selected by the Lonely Planet in the mosaic which they created to celebrate selling of their 100 millionth guide book in the world. (2010)

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