About the Book
When photographer Ronan Haughton was invited to a fight club in the suburbs of Bangalore (South India) he wasn’t really sure what to expect. Made up of men (sometimes women) in their 20’s, mostly college students, they said they fought for fun and to relax. This unique magazine documents and captures the experience of the photographers visit to this fight club.
Features & Details
- Primary Category: Arts & Photography Books
- Additional Categories India
Project Option: US Letter, 8.5×11 in, 22×28 cm
# of Pages: 20
- Publish Date: Jul 31, 2016
- Language English
- Keywords fight club, tyler durden, edward norton
About the Creator
Ronan is from Dublin, Ireland and moved to London in 2001. He is now based in the UK and his work focuses on travel, people and culture. Ronan studied photography at New York’s Parsons School of Design, Dublin’s DIT and the UK’s London College of Printing/Communication. It was at these places that he honed his conceptual and practical skills under the tuition of photographers like Tom Hunter, Clare Strand, Colin Jarvie and Neil Selkirk. Since graduating in 2006, he has worked on photographic projects, publications, advocacy projects and exhibitions both independently and collaboratively. His work has been published by Open Magazine, Tate, BBC, Central Saint Martins, e-flux, Art Forum, Art News and the Biennial Foundation.