Portraits of a Sacred Place
When Param Tomanec invited me to write about his photography for the Museum of Sacred Art catalogue, I was delighted to hear that his photographs and film were to be shown in a solo exhibition focusing on the tradition and historical significance of pilgrimage in India. Being familiar for a number of years with Param’s visual interpretations of India – its culture, landscapes, and people – I felt that the Museum of Sacred Art in Belgium is one of the most suitable places for his work to be celebrated.
[we could just link the museum where it says museum and attach the essay as a pdf. Thought it may be nicer to link to where it belongs…]