School of Environment and Architecture

SEA Conversations

Modernity, Identity and the role of the Photographer

by Randhir Singh

In this talk, Randhir Singh dwells upon the role of the photographer in the radically transforming architectural profession as well as urban landscape, both which are intrinsically informed by photography.


Randhir Singh is an architectural photographer based in New Delhi, India. After completing his BArch in the US, He spent fifteen years working as an architect in NYC while studying photography. Randhir’s photographic practice is focused on architecture, the built environment and the urban landscape. He recently showed a new series of photographs titled “CPWD” at the Jawahar Kala Kendra as a part of “When is Space?”. Earlier this year, his collaboration with Seher Shah, titled “Studies in Form”, was featured at the Dhaka Art Summit. 

on Friday,29th June 2018
at 6:30 pm

School of Environment & Architecture,
Eksar Road, Borivali (W), Mumbai - 400 091

T: +91 86550 02156

The event is free and open to public.