Across the span of twenty years, Witkin has traveled to India over a dozen times. Cataloging these trips has brought together a body of work that encompasses the vast landscape of the country. His attention has turned from abandoned architecture to pastoral rural areas, from portraits of its immense cast of characters to meditations on its crowded industrial cities. His fascination with the Indian portrait pulls together a keen sense of the relationship between past, present, and a looming and uncertain future.