Prajakta Potnis Recipient of the 2016 Umrao Singh Sher-Gil Grant for Photography The 2016 Umrao Singh Sher-Gil grant for Photography is awarded to Prajakta Potnis for her project ‘when the wind blows…’.Read more..
Walid Sadek: Thoughts on Speaking Dead Public preview: Thursday, 15 December 2016, 6 – 9pm Mumbai Art Room Neha Choksi will respond to artworks by Walid Sadek in real time, engaging the audience in a conversation about what is seen …Read more..
Thicket with Raqs Media Collective 14 – 18 December, 2016 TATE Exchange – Tate Modern, London Transform the floor of Tate Exchange into a thicket; a forest of lines and connections that grow over time A thicket is a concentration …Read more..
Kodwo Eshun is a British-Ghanaian writer, theorist, lecturer and filmmaker based in London. Along with Anjalika Sagar, Eshun founded the The Otolith Group, a research based artists organisation focused on exploring the moving image, the archive, the sonic and the …Read more..
Prajakta Potnis Towards Mysterious Realities 10 December, 2016 – 26 January, 2017 TKG+, Taipei Co-organized by TheCube Project Space and TKG Foundation for Arts & Culture and curated by Amy CHENG, the exhibition Towards Mysterious Realities will take place at …Read more..
Tejal Shah FROZEN WORLD OF THE FAMILIAR STRANGER Khoj Studios, New Delhi 8 December, 2016 – 11 January, 2017 A common dynamic amongst individuals in large cities is the possibility of anonymity, the luxury and burden engaging with the city’s …Read more..
Raqs Media Collective, Sarnath Banerjee, and The Otolith Group Sharjah Biennial 13 Curated by Christine Tohme 10 March — 12 June, 2017 SB13 curator, Christine Tohme, draws on her informal networks and personal bonds to critically rethink the role of …Read more..
Special Event Nada Raza, Research Curator, Tate Modern and co-curator of the Khakhar retrospective talks with the artist Sarnath Banerjee on humour and social critique in relation to art from India. Banerjee, born 1972 in Kolkata, lives and works …Read more..
Goutam Ghosh Thinking Tantra Curated by Rebecca Heald and Amrita Jhaveri 24 November 2016 – 19 February 2017 Drawing Room, London Thinking Tantra is a trans historical exhibition that begins with anonymous Tantric drawings, dating from the second half of …Read more..