Sarker Protick makes work that explores the possibilities of time, light, and sound. His portraits and landscapes engage philosophically with the specificities of personal and national histories. This print from his series Of River and Lost Lands depicts a quiet moment on the water in a typically atmospheric color palette. British Journal of Photography named Protick among their annual “Ones to Watch” and PDN listed him among 30 emerging photographers of the year. He is the recipient of Australian Photobook of the Year grand prize, Joop Swart Masterclass, Magnum Foundation Fund, and World Press Photo Award. He has shown his work in museums, galleries, and photo festivals that include Art Dubai, Chobi Mela International Photography Festival, Dhaka Art Summit, Latvian Contemporary Museum of Photography, Noor der licht, Paris Photo, and Singapore Art Week. Protick is a faculty member at Pathshala-South Asian Media Institute and East Wing Gallery represents him. Protick participated in Light Work’s Artist-in-Residence program in 2019.