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Javed Sultan

Javed Sultan
Profession: Photographer
Status: Photographer - Visual Artist
Location: New Delhi , India
Home base: New Delhi (India)
Email: •••••••• (private)
Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi
Organization: AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia University
Blood type: AB+
Last login: 12 months ago
Member since: 09 Mar 2011 10:03


Javed Sultan is a visual artist and an avid photographer graduated from University of Delhi currently working in AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia University. He is a published photographer mainly working on social issues. He also had the opportunity to construct designs for United Nations. His design was selected for the “International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women”exhibition in New York, Geneva & Bangkok organized by United Nations.

He is also a photo essay contributor for Sunday Guardian and the Invisible Photographer Asia. His work was part of various photography exhibitions in India and abroad.

His work on Tibetan refugee in India had solo exhibited in Italy as the part of photo journalistic exhibition held in Canosa di Pulia, August 4, 2012 in Vittoria Veneto Plaza as social inclusion project, organized by the Foundation of the The South and Pro Loco UNPLI of Puglia.

He has rendered his creative services to documentary films which were shown widely in International film festivals.



Recent Post

The Lost Children - Photo Essay

What does it mean to lose one’s home? Especially for a child, who knows little of the ugly politics of hatred that makes people bay for the blood of their neighbours. More than 50,000 people were displaced from their villages when communal riots broke out last September in Muzaffarnagar and neighbouring districts. Many of them were children, who had to battle the biting winter cold in ill-equipped relief camps. Photographer Javed Sultan visited three such camps and organised a drawing workshop for the riot-affected children. He asked them to draw what they remembered of the homes they were forced to leave behind. Here below is a selection of seven child artists and their drawings.


29 May 2014 06:05 | 0 replies


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