16 JULY 2018

From Madras to Bangalore: Picture Postcards as Urban History of Colonial India

This exhibition covers a selection of picture postcards from the Indian cities of Chennai and Bengaluru between 1900 and the 1930s; then known as Madras and Bangalore. They were the two most important colonial cities in British south India.  By pairing these together, this exhibition tells a tale of how these two cities, although separated by 215 miles, were linked through a set of common representational and material practices.  FROM MADRAS TO BANGALORE explores how postcard practices imagined, figured and performed a colonial encounter by depicting cities’ monuments, street, people and places.

17 JUL

UPCOMING EVENT

CANCELLED. The Grammar of Violence along the India-Pakistan border: a data-driven story

Where: Please note this lecture has had to be cancelled but we hope to run it in the autumn. 9/7/19

Tickets: Free

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