Photo & Film Exhibition: My Camera My Life by Sir Mohinder Dhillon, Until Oct. 31 2016 @ the National Museum

October 10, 2016 at 10:16 am Leave a comment

My Camera My Life by Sir Mohinder Dhillon | Photo via the NMK

My Camera My Life by Sir Mohinder Dhillon | Photo via the NMK

Dates: Until October 31, 2016
Venue: the National Museum of Kenya
Time: 9 am – 5 pm
Tickets: Normal Museum Rates Apply

The photographs that make-up this exhibition were shot over a period of fifty-six years, (1952 – 2008), by Sir Mohinder Dhillon, a Kenyan news camera man. The photographs allow us to travel with Mohinder back in time and eavesdrop on history, reminding us of our past and the individuals and events that helped shape our world.

“Looking back over the more than 83 years I have spent in the world; I cannot help but feel a sense of wonder. Did I really do all these things? Go to all these places? Meet all these people? How, as a simple village boy from Punjab who never even finished school, did I end up travelling the globe, dodging bullets to make a living by shooting thousands of meters of film in some of the world’s most dangerous trouble spots?” – Sir Mohinder Dhillon, October 2016.

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