Exhibition of Photographs by Juhi Saklani. Focusing on the loss of Delhi’s trees for ‘redevelopment’.
Juhi Saklani, from New Delhi, is a freelance writer and has published articles in The Hindu, Scroll, The Wire and OutlookIndia.com, and authored a number of books. Previously she worked as an editor and writer with Outlook Traveller for nearly a decade. Her passion for photography started with taking photographs to support her articles at Outlook Traveller. Her photographs have also exhibited as a part of The Garden Underground at Jor Bagh Metro Station.
Juhi’s project, as a Habitat Photosphere fellow, is on The inseparableness of ‘nature’ and ‘human’. Her photographs will be of beautiful, sculptural trees and roots that grow out of old walls and buildings, out of other trees, or unexpected spaces. The idea is to emphasize the synergy and interconnected-ness of life.