Ram Rahman (photographer, designer, curator and activist) discusses key examples of modernist architecture in post-colonial India. Using photographic documentation and archival materials, he surveys the landscape of architects, designers, photographers, entrepreneurs, and intellectuals working (primarily in New Delhi) between the 1950s and 1990s. 

Photography and Modern Indian Architecture (1949-1990s)

This presentation is excerpted from a closed-door session with MoMA's C-MAP Asia Group in June 2015.