Niha Masih
Photographer

Niha Masih is a documentary photographer based in New Delhi, India. She has edited the photo essay section for The Sunday Guardian. Her exhibited works include a group exhibition on Recovery by PIX and a series of exhibitions at Sarai Media Lab, as part of their ‘City as Studio’ project. She won the Toto Award for Photography for her diptych series, Heart of Darkness, shot in the aftermath of communal violence in the state of Assam. She is the recipient of the India Habitat Centre Fellowship for Photography 2013. She currently works on a ground reportage and investigative news show, Truth vs Hype, which has involved extensive travel across the country, covering a wide range of socio-economic and political stories. Her photographic works focuses on under-reported stories and movements whose histories are often quietly buried.

Niha Masih
Photographer

Niha Masih is a documentary photographer based in New Delhi, India. She has edited the photo essay section for The Sunday Guardian. Her exhibited works include a group exhibition on Recovery by PIX and a series of exhibitions at Sarai Media Lab, as part of their ‘City as Studio’ project. She won the Toto Award for Photography for her diptych series, Heart of Darkness, shot in the aftermath of communal violence in the state of Assam. She is the recipient of the India Habitat Centre Fellowship for Photography 2013. She currently works on a ground reportage and investigative news show, Truth vs Hype, which has involved extensive travel across the country, covering a wide range of socio-economic and political stories. Her photographic works focuses on under-reported stories and movements whose histories are often quietly buried.

  • A Model
    Feb 9 – Sep 8, 2024
    Mudam
    Luxembourg
    We all have ideas of what a contemporary art museum should be. Those who founded Mudam Luxembourg, for example, envisioned a museum that would encompass many aspects of contemporary culture, such as art, design and architecture. While one believes the museum to be a place for the presentation of modern art, others view it as a showcase for Luxembourgish creation. And some see Mudam as a space for collectivity, for openness, for events and an experimental approach. (more…)
  • A Home for Something Unknown
    Mar 2 – Apr 28, 2024
    Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
    Berlin, Germany
    With the exhibition A Home for Something Unknown, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.) and Haus am Lützowplatz present works by 27 international artists living in Berlin who were awarded the Berlin Senate 2023 visual arts work stipend. The twofold increase in the number of artists receiving this scholarship, as well as the heightened international representation of recipients compared to previous years, underscore Berlin’s deep commitment to fostering and celebrating the visual arts (more…)
  • Lukasz Palka: Tokyo Unseen
    Publication
    teNeues
    International
    After the successful parts of the Unseen series about New York, London and Berlin, Tokyo Unseen is another authentic approach to one of the largest and most fascinating metropolises of our civilisation. The impressive illustrated book presents the city of contrasts in a fascinating honesty that only an inhabitant of this city of millions can portray in such a direct way. (more…)
  • Zhanna Kadyrova: Border Memory
    Feb 17 – May 5, 2024
    Uppsala Art Museum
    Uppsala, Sweden
    Ukrainian artist Zhanna Kadyrova lets urban materials such as asphalt, concrete and tiles bear witness to history’s many layers of rearrangements, visions and shattered dreams. The artist works in a post-minimalist tradition, and the spatial installations refer both to utopian movements and to how abstraction in art is linked to the modern project. Since Russia’s full-scale invasion in 2022, Kadyrova’s art has focused entirely on psychological and sociological aspects of the war. (more…)