Saibal Das

Photojournalist Saibal Das began his career with The Telegraph in 1988. He later moved to the newsmagazine, India Today, where he covered issues such as the Taliban’s invasion of Afghanistan, cultural unrest in North East India, and several of the socio-political upheavals that took place in Nepal, Bangladesh and Bhutan. Das then went on to work for Outlook magazine, where his photo essay portraying Kerala’s infamous Puli Kali, also known...
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Lot 63 Details

EDITIONS 24-Hour Auction 18-19 May 2011

Saibal Das


Silver gelatin print on archival fiber based bromide paper

22 x 33 in

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Rs 57,500
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Lot 60 Details

Winter Auction 2008 10-11 December 2008

Saibal Das

a) Company Girls ...

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ARTiculate 2011 An Exhibition of Contemporary... 4 Oct-30 Nov 2011

Saibal Das


Archival inkjet on Harman paper

16 x 42 in

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