Yearly Archives: 2015


“The Chimurenga Library”: Co-Curated by The Otolith Group at The Showroom, London

The Otolith Collective and The Showroom present The Chimurenga Library The Showroom, London 8 October– 21 November 2015 The Showroom and The Otolith Collective present the Cape Town-based collective Chimurenga. For this, their first UK presentation, Chimurenga will infiltrate The … Continue reading


“POSTDATE” – Raqs Media Collective at the Ulrich Museum of Art, Kansas

Raqs Media Collective POSTDATE: PHOTOGRAPHY AND INHERITED HISTORY IN INDIA Ulrich Museum of Art, Kansas September 12 – December 13, 2015 Two generations after the exultation of Independence and the concurrent horrors of Partition, contemporary Indian photographers reclaim and reappraise … Continue reading

Jan Mankes, Self portrait, 1912

‘Spiegeloog’: Monali Meher at Museum Arnhem, Netherlands

Monali Meher ‘Spiegeloog'(Mirrored Eye) Museum Arnhem, Netherlands 3 October, 2015 – 24 January, 2016 Artists’ self-portraits to explore themselves and give the viewer a glimpse into their inner self. A more direct form of art does not exist: not closer, … Continue reading


“Art_Textiles” – Risham Syed at Whitworth Gallery, Manchester

Risham Syed Art_Textiles Whitworth Gallery, Manchester 10 October, 2015 – 31 January, 2016 The status of textiles as an art medium is highly ambivalent. Traditionally, they have been situated on the margins, in a borderland between art and craft. Since … Continue reading


“Noise Life”: Desire Machine Collective at basis-Frankfurt

Desire Machine Collective Noise Life basis-Frankfurt 9 October – 20 December, 2015 The artist, Sonal Jain and Mriganka Madhukaillya artists collaborating since 2004 under the name of desire machine collective. in her installations and films, the duo sets in particular … Continue reading


“Luminous Will”: Raqs Media Collective at School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Raqs Media Collective Luminous Will School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 17 September – 17 October, 2015 Does history repeat itself, or simply rehearse its moves in anticipation? Can we read chronicles in terms of deferrals and déjà-vu … Continue reading


Rohini Devasher at Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas

Lecture by Rohini Devasher Spencer Art Museum, Kansas 10 September, 2015 5:30 – 7:00 PM / The Commons, Spooner Hall, 1340 Jayhawk Blvd Delhi-based artist Rohini Devasher discusses her multi-disciplinary practice, which explores the interface between science and the visual … Continue reading

Neha Choksi
The Weather Inside Me
Photograph accompanying
video installation including 8 1 digital videos on CRT tube television, 8 1 wooden stands
2007 – 2010

“Seeing the Elephant”: Neha Choksi at MASS ART, Boston

Neha Choksi Seeing the Elephant Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston September 28 – December 5, 2015 The Indian story of the blind men and the elephant tells of earnest, observant individuals trying to … Continue reading

Tejal Shah, "Spme Kind of Nature"Single channel video, HD,Black & White, Sound
6 minutes 30 seconds

Tejal Shah | “Some Kind of Nature” at Kunsthaus Rhenania, Germany

Tejal Shah Some Kind of Nature 13 September – 24 October,2015 Kunsthaus Rhenania, Cologne As a prelude to the curated exhibition series, the Kunsthaus Rhenania presents the first institutional solo exhibition of Indian artist Tejal Shah (born 1979 in Bhilai) … Continue reading


Tejal Shah, Artist-in-Residence at RØST AIR, Norway

Tejal Shah Artist Residency, Seminar (Queer Ecologies) & Workshop (Site-Specific, Regenerative & Collaborative Art making) 1 – 31 August 2015 RØST AIR, Norway About Rost: Røst AIR is a non profit, multidisciplinary, artist in residence and artist-run association. Our main … Continue reading