Dia Mehta Bhupal’s series of photographs are an example of how our eyes distort. Her works approximate reality without being the real itself. Upon first appearance Mehta Bhupal’s photographs of a bookshop, a supermarket, an airplane and a waiting room seem to be either the work of a painter or the effect of digital rendering, which gives an otherworldly and mysterious aura to their otherwise mundane realities. However these works are more all together, they are photographs, not of those places, but rather three dimensional built replicas of them.


  • Title: Waiting room
  • Creator: Dia Mehta
  • Physical Dimensions: 240 x 180 cm
  • Type: Photograph
  • Medium: Diasec print

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