Professionally Krishna Goswami works as an Assistant Teacher in a government sponsored higher secondary school in Kolkata, India. An avid learner, Goswami loves to tell stories through the visual medium of photography. In fact photography works as a therapy for her. The space and transition of time intrigues Goswami. She loves to find beauty in mundane things. The metaphorical rhythm of the chaos and silence of life get portrayed in the making of the images. The background in the study of literature helps her to visualize the poetry of life.
Exhibitions – Publications
Published in Better Photography Magazine https://bit.ly/2QiUOLJ
Women in the Street Group “Double Trouble”, organized by Head on Photo Festival, Sydney, Australia 2020,
Featured in the assignment “Life in Black and White” on the Your Shot National Geographic platform.
Photo story titled “From Darkness to Light” was previously published by the renowned Facebook group “World Photographic Forum.
Photostory “Life in Contrast” published in 121clicks.com.
Another story “Hinterland” published in https://121clicks.com/photo-stories/hinterland-photo-series-by-krishna-goswami
Photo story “At Home in the World: Mediating Borders” published in sixfeet.photography
Collaborative article with Suparna Banerjee titled “(Un)Homely in the Covid-19 pandemic: the stranded subject and the photographic uncanny” published in the widely circulated journal in Europe called “Diálogos com a arte – revista de arte, cultura e educação”.
Published in 2020 in Review: Street photography gallery from @womeninstreet community https://bit.ly/3dzcL1z
Participated in the exhibition “Double Exposure” by Unexposed South Asia and Unexposed Australasia, Indian Photo Festival 2020
Group shows – World Photographic Forum, Kolkata, India 2018, 2019.