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Maximising the City | Photography

Exhibited in Mumbai for the first time, Foy Nissen's photographs of the city discover its elusive soul.

A nonplussed statue of Queen Victoria with her nose chopped off. A man supine on the steps of the Asiatic Library. Triumphant neo-Gothic arches and swirling Victorian turrets. Foy Nissen's Bombay photographs capture the city's hues and moods in

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