de-monetisation

sillery gaon

new town kolkata

kolkata

venturing out to experience Kolkata from the lofty heights of Tower 14 in New Town.

howrah bridge

kozikode

on the west coast, with the sea reached through the wholesale area of Big Bazaar.

bangalore

went to bangalore twice, the second time to take a tango class with the Bangalore Argentine Tango group.

mysore

chennai

Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation Ltd tour of Chennai including the Snake Park, Science Park and beach.

hyderabad

delhi

delhi and a day trip with the delhi tourist board to agra including a lovely retail outlet and a service station

warangal

jaipur

walking from the east city gate to the west city gate.

bodgaya

the tree where Buddha found enlightenment, and the temple where I saw the Karmapa.

ttis challenge

Salt Lake City in Kolkata, where I spent the day at the City Centre mall, watching the Dabur Red Paste TTIS Challenge.

indian dioramas

dioramas demonstrate the museum creator’s values and interests.

mexico street

Two months walking the amazing, friendly and always intriguing streets of D.F., Guanajuato, Queretero, San Miguel de Allende, Puebla, Orizaba, Veracruz, Oaxaca, San Cristobal de las Casas, Merida, Chetumal, Palenque and Campeche.

mexico love stroll

I laughed at them as they parked inside Teotihuacan in their 4×4, dressed up for a society party and then warmed to them as they climbed the Pyramid of the Sun and sat together in ...

mexico mummies

A cemetery in Guanajuato which exhumes bodies whose cemetery fees haven’t been paid and exhibits the most interesting mummies in the adjoining Museo de Las Momias.

mexico on the road

the wonderful open countryside as glimpsed from an ADO bus, part of the great network of bus companies joining up Mexico’s towns.

mexico night road

nightime and the open road in Mexico given additional excitement by my friend’s driving style.

mexico worship

Places of worship contain the history of the forced erection of the Catholic mainstream and minority religious streams into Mexican culture along with the integration of native building skills and beliefs into the buildings.

mexico beds

personal and national beds encountered.

mexico tableau history

native culture, the arrival of the Spanish, narco-trafficking highlighted in museums as a self-portrait of Mexico’s significant historical events.

mexico sunday dance

across Mexico Sundays at 7 is the time to go to the square to listen to a band and dance.

mexico art

so much art, sometimes alien, sometimes familiar.

mexico san miguel festival

Orizaba holds an annual fiesta for its patron saint San Miguel with fireworks in front of the church.

mexico architecture

Teotihuacan, the various fincas built by Cortez, the world’s highest frameless concrete building, Barbara Hutton’s Japanese house, the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, so much to see.

mexico siqueiros

David Alfaro Siqueiros’ PolyForum in D.F.

mexico vendedores ambulantes

The thrusting hands of the vendedores ambulates offering their souvenirs on the Teotihuacan site, the mix of the historical past and entrepreneurial contemporary spirit combining.

mexico UNAM

The UNAM site, Mexico’s foremost university with more than 100,000, a UNESCO world heritage site.

montpellier – pertuis – la motte d’aigues

viva el baile

morocco

berlin

peru 2009

bolivia 2009

nazca lines 2009

argentina 2009

Mike Pevsner is a London-based fine art and commercial photographer.
He received an MA in Photography in 2013 at the London College of Communication after completing a postgraduate certificate at Central Saint Martins in 2011.
His project ‘Working From Home’ was Highly Commended in 2013 by the Sproxton Photography Award, and can be seen in the ‘art projects’ section which contains his artistic output.
His commercial work mainly specialises in pictures of artistic endeavour including architecture, music and ceramics.