niha masih
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.
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