Vraj Krshna’s Play Ground
VRAJ – KRSHNA’S PLAYGROUND
An Exhibition of Photographs by Robyn Beeche
27th Dec.1997 – 18th Jan.1997
|Robyn Beeche, (b.1945) in Sydney, Australia, spent five years working with two professional fashion photographers in Sydney and London. After that she acquired her own studio in London and specialised in beauty photography. The National Gallery of Australia in Canberra has a collection of 42 of her uncommissioned photographs which explored a decade of change in London in the eighties being expressed by various artists and which have become historic.
Since 1982, she has made Vrindaban her second home and has been involved with various creative projects linked with India. In 1989, she directed the film Holi – Festival of Colours and in 1995 held her first photographic exhibition on the Culture of Vraja, at the Piramal Gallery, NCPA, Bombay.
She has contributed photographs to two of IGNCA’s publications; Govindadeva – A Dialogue in Stone (1996) and Evening Blossoms (1996). She has also fully illustrated the book, Arts and Crafts of India, published by Conran Octopus, London in 1992. She is currently working on a major publication on Vraja to be published shortly.