Rahaab Allana is Curator/Publisher of the Alkazi Foundation for the Arts in NewDelhi, and Fellow of
the Royal Asiatic Society in London. He has curated, co-cutarated and consulted on several exhibits,
edited and contributed to national and international publications, working closely in Museums and
galleries such as The Brunei Gallery (London), Rencontres d'Arles (Espace Van Gogh), The Folkwang,
Photography Museum (Berlin), the Rubin Museum (NY), Banco de Brazil (Rio), the Royal Fine Art
Museum (Brussels), The Science Museum (London) as well as National Museum, Delhi; and the Bhau
Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai where he teaches an annual, diploma course on the History of
Photography in India.
Rahaab has been the Founding Editor of PIX, one of India’s first theme-based photography quarterly
and exhibitionary platform, with issues devoted to unseen works and new writings from Afghanistan,
Pakistan, Iran, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.
As a collector in his own right he has co-authored and published a book from his own private
collection of Cinema stills and ephemera, titled Filmi Jagat: Shared Universe of Early Hindi Cinema.