In The Cosmopolitans, photographer Zubin Shroff looks at what it means to live in our time of a rapidly globalizing world. His great range of subjects spanning 6 continents, mingle pilgrims, office workers, artists, construction workers, and actors from both Bollywood and Hollywood with Shroff's family and friends. Titled only by the subjects' names and stripped bare of conventional categories, Shroff challenges the viewer not to guess their whereabouts or ethnicities, but to look beyond to at larger definition of who we are and consider how our lives and cultures are connecting.

"He is an artists' artist." Indian Vogue

"A multicultural study of what it means to be part of a fast paced global village." Andrew Phelps, Buffet

"A striking collection of portraits." Travel & Leisure

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