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Photo by Various | Curated by Yumi Goto and Manik Katyal

Kashmir is a land with a rich and diverse indigenous culture. Its music, art, culture and folk tradition have attracted people from the world over for centuries. Kashmir has inspired a legion of artists, from poets to painters, singers to writers. In recent years however, these aspects of the region have been overshadowed by political upheaval. As part of its second international level photography exhibition after Post Singapore 2012, Emaho Magazine presented a showcase of contemporary work on the theme ‘Kashmir’ at the Chiang Mai Documentary Arts Festival, Thailand between 8th and 14th February 2013. The exhibition has manifold aims: to highlight Kashmir’s culture though photography. This initiative also exhibits the works of photographers from different eras. The exhibition is curated by the founder of the Reminders Project and renowned Japanese curator Yumi Goto along with founder and editor-in-chief of Emaho Magazine, Manik Katyal. The participating photographers include Ami Vitale (National Geographic), Andy Sypra, John Vink (Magnum Photos), Robert Nickelsberg (Getty Images), Michele Borzoni (Terra Project), Sami Siva (Redux Pictures), Danish Ismail (Reuters), Showkat Nanda, Faheem Qadri, Yannick Cormier (Trikaya Photos), and Amit Mehra (PhotoInk).

Yannick Cormier/Trikaya Photos

Sami Siva/Redux Pictures

Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images

Michele Borzoni/Terra Project

Danish Ismail/Reuters

Showkat Nanda

Faheem Qadri

Ami Vitale/National Geographic

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