21 January, 2021

Because Every Photo Has A Story To Tell

The best of Outlook: a quarter century worth of visual history. What many, many thousand words will fail to capture.

Because Every Photo Has A Story To Tell

Susan Sontag was a complete feature—writer, film-maker, philosopher, teacher, and political activist. The New Yor­ker was an exceptional critic of photography too, springing from her collodion romance that gave each picture a cerebral and surreal tone. She wrote On Photography: “In the real world, something is happening and no one knows what is going to happen. In the image-world, it has happened, and it will forever happen in that way.” With her words as helpmate, we dig deep into our archives…


Silver Jubilation

Postcards From The Newsroom

At Swim, Two Birds Perched On Latticed Sites

The Bully Wears A Tailored Suit

In The Beginning, There Was The Spider

Can Machines Talk?

Future Grid

A To Z

...and Then They Cast The Net

gOoD eNgLiSh? WTF is that? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

The New Wealth Creators

1995: ЯƎTЯOSPECTIVE | Events, Deaths, Crossings

‘Ashwathama Hata!’

Bombay Or Mumbai? Perfectly Schizoid

A Suicide And The Politics Of Affirmative Life

Mixed Notes From The Main Underground

25 New Businesses In 25 Years

Taste The Thunder (Of Globalisation)

Way Through An Old Sieve

All Aboard With Simran!

On The Cover—A Story

In Toon With The Times

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