Culture

This Instagrammer Took Things Too Far With These Photos. Tarnishing India?

let western people think, in a provocative way

We are Indians and we are not delusional. Okay, maybe some of us are, but there is HUGE woke population in our country and we just can’t let some things slide.

On the 23rd of July, 3 days ago World Press Photo posted 5 photographs from a series called “Dreaming Food”. “Dreaming Food” was a conceptual project by Alessio Mamo, an Italian freelance photographer based in Catania, Sicily. The project was about the hunger issue in India. He went to Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh with a cheap satin tablecloth and 4 plates of fake thanksgiving food to click these photos that were supposed to somehow address the issue of food wastage during Christmas. This was meant to bring out a contrast with the use of a typical Western table with luxurious food in a poor context.
 

Photos 4 plates of fake thanksgiving food in front of visibly poor people, was supposed to somehow address the issue of food wastage during Christmas.

Culture

This Instagrammer Took Things Too Far With These Photos. Tarnishing India?

let western people think, in a provocative way

We are Indians and we are not delusional. Okay, maybe some of us are, but there is HUGE woke population in our country and we just can’t let some things slide.

On the 23rd of July, 3 days ago World Press Photo posted 5 photographs from a series called “Dreaming Food”. “Dreaming Food” was a conceptual project by Alessio Mamo, an Italian freelance photographer based in Catania, Sicily. The project was about the hunger issue in India. He went to Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh with a cheap satin tablecloth and 4 plates of fake thanksgiving food to click these photos that were supposed to somehow address the issue of food wastage during Christmas. This was meant to bring out a contrast with the use of a typical Western table with luxurious food in a poor context.
 

Photos 4 plates of fake thanksgiving food in front of visibly poor people, was supposed to somehow address the issue of food wastage during Christmas.

Culture

This Instagrammer Took Things Too Far With These Photos. Tarnishing India?

let western people think, in a provocative way

We are Indians and we are not delusional. Okay, maybe some of us are, but there is HUGE woke population in our country and we just can’t let some things slide.

On the 23rd of July, 3 days ago World Press Photo posted 5 photographs from a series called “Dreaming Food”. “Dreaming Food” was a conceptual project by Alessio Mamo, an Italian freelance photographer based in Catania, Sicily. The project was about the hunger issue in India. He went to Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh with a cheap satin tablecloth and 4 plates of fake thanksgiving food to click these photos that were supposed to somehow address the issue of food wastage during Christmas. This was meant to bring out a contrast with the use of a typical Western table with luxurious food in a poor context.
 

Photos 4 plates of fake thanksgiving food in front of visibly poor people, was supposed to somehow address the issue of food wastage during Christmas.

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