It is impossible to differentiate creation from the creator, a delight of new creativity from dismay of scarcity, perspiration of diligence from tears of contentment, divine from earthly, facts from fiction. When imagination transforms into reality then Gods & God-makers united as a single entity. It becomes hard to distinguish the gods and god-makers. Literally, their existence depends on each other.
Thus the dark narrow alleys of Kumortuli transforms into an enigmatic place where the existence of Gods and God-makers coalesce.
About Supriyo Ranjan Sarkar
Supriyo Ranjan Sarkar, a self-taught photographer from the cultural city of India, Kolkata. Though I run a Kolkata based visual communication design firm but photography is an integral part of my life. In my childhood, I was fond of painting but gradually I became passionate about photography. I began my journey as a hobbyist using a prosumer camera but slowly I became more serious about it. Received a many recognition for my work from platforms like Nikon India, National Geographic Traveller India, Epson India etc. also in the finalist in HIPA Award 2016. My photographs have been featured in major publications including several times in Better Photography and exhibited in many cities in India such as Indian Photography Festival-Hyderabad, First ever official Instagram photography exhibition in Kolkata, India and internationally like Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, Australia.
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