Tag Archives: Animal’s People

‘INSECTS’, at Brighton Pop-Up.

At a well-attended show at the ‘Brighton Pop-Up’ gallery on the town’s seafront, Elana Neil’s insect-based photography covered one wall attracting plenty of curiosity. Some images drew attention to the beauty of the creatures while others tended to the uncomfortable, even the grotesque. Elana’s exhibition also featured a photo of a well-known, large wall painting/graffiti […]

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Art for Bhopal- INSECTS

INSECTS. Elena Neil, Viv Iana and Elana Slobtseva, at Brighton Pop-Up, Monday 10 & Tuesday 11 September, 2- 10pm. Elana Neil Elana’s project is based on her father’s suicide, and her PhD thesis, along with a current journey around Europe and further afield- including visiting Bhopal to volunteer at the Sambhavna clinic and conduct research.  […]

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The Bhopal Marathon: Under the Volcano (part 2.)

UNDER THE VOLCANO by Indra Sinha Indra Sinha, author of “Animal’s People” tells the story of local journalist, Raj Keswani, who has the dubious honour of being the man that loudly predicted the Bhopal Gas Disaster and found himself not being listened to. The second part of the story describes the horror of ‘That Night’… […]

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The Bhopal Marathon: Under the Volcano

UNDER THE VOLCANO by Indra Sinha Indra Sinha, author of “Animal’s People” tells the story of local journalist, Raj Keswani, who has the dubious honour of being the man that loudly predicted the Bhopal Gas Disaster and found himself not being listened to. The first part of the story describes some of the incredible risks […]

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Alex’s Book- ‘Bhopal: Second Disaster’

Italian documentary photographer Alex Masi has released a new book titled ‘Bhopal: Second Disaster,’ which is forwarded by Animal’s People’s author Indra Sinha. Alex Masi has visited Bhopal multiple times over the last few years. He has devoted his attention to exposing man-made injustice, focusing mainly on children: their living conditions, their health and their […]

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We believe Dow must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.