Capturing Tibet: Colonialism and the Camera – A Curatorial Reflection

This week I was lucky enough to be in McLeod Ganj, a hill station in Himachal Pradesh, India for the opening of the exhibition, Capturing Tibet: Colonialism and the Camera, an exhibition I curated for The Tibet Museum using the Tibet collections at World Museum. The exhibition features more than 200 photographs taken during the 1903-04 British-led Mission to Tibet. Commonly…