Sunday, April 15, 2007

Photo Exhibition - Street Dreams in Delhi

Intelligent and incisive portraits of the city's street children

Street Dreams, a photo exhibition by Vicky Roy on the issue of child rights, was held at Experimental Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre in March, 2007.

Vicky Roy, formerly a Delhi street kid and a victim of child abuse, was rehabilitated by Salaam Balak Trust, which helped him to become a professional photographer.

Vicky (not the photographer) waiting for some money

Bharat near New Delhi railway station

(Details unknown)

Deepak resting after an injury on his right cheek

Nandu enjoying the newspaper, before selling

Sunil, Vijay, and Lucky enjoying a bath at India Gate

Children at a Shelter Home run by Salaam Balak Trust

A special story on Mr. Roy will soon follow in The Delhi Walla.


madelyn said...

he shoots in your style Mayank -
with his camera aimed directly in the "heart"
of the subject.

Mayank Austen Soofi said...

Dear Maddie,
That is a great compliment! He is a wonderful photographer and you are comparing me to him! Thanks. You made my day.

Anonymous said...

What a truly incredible photographer. A real talent

Anonymous said...

hi,photos were straitly gone throogh my heart,very nice keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Its truly moving.....hats off to mayank

gaurav said...

really nice one this
"mother's day " pic...nice work..all the best..keep it up.