Vasantha Yogananthan, Come With Me, Tikarpada, Odisha, India, 2017. Tirage noir et blanc peint à la main par Jaykumar Shankar © Vasantha Yogananthan / courtesy Espace JB (Genève) & The Photographers’ Gallery Print Sales (Londres)
Vasantha Yogananthan, Come With Me, Tikarpada, Odisha, India, 2017. Tirage noir et blanc peint à la main par Jaykumar Shankar © Vasantha Yogananthan / courtesy Espace JB (Genève) & The Photographers’ Gallery Print Sales (Londres) 

Vasantha Yogananthan - A Myth of Two Souls

20/02/2019 - 05/05/2019

Musée de l'Elysée 
18, avenue de l'Elysée 
 
1014 Lausanne

www.elysee.ch   

 
Born in 1985, the self-taught French photographer Vasantha Yogananthan is from a generation that enjoys blurring the lines between fiction and reality. His first solo museum exhibition of the series A Myth of Two Souls was inspired by the Ramayana, a key work in Hindu mythology. Endlessly reworked, this epic poem can be seen by Western readers as an invita­tion to understand India beyond mere exoticism.