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The daughter product of Galerie 88, Kolkata, Project 88 was started by Sree Goswami. The 4000 square feet gallery is housed in a century old metal printing press. The gallery supports emerging and established artists in long-term relationships to facilitate understanding and awareness of their continually evolving practices within India and internationally.

QATAR MUSEUMS: RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE

Cultural luminaries to participate in extensive programme of panel talks and workshops, March 25 to 29 Qatar Museums (QM) has announced the details of #QatarCreates, an extensive programme of workshops and panel talks organised to celebrate the inauguration of the … Continue reading

Maquette for the fold, 18 carat gold made in collaboration with la bijouterie Verlinden (Eymotiers, Limoges, Saint Leonard-d-Noblat) France, The gold is recycled from old jewellery and sourced from Marseille, 4 x 6.5 cm, 2017

JAMEEL ARTS CENTRE- HEMALI BHUTA

Multidisciplinary artist Hemali Bhuta’s work draws on her personal experiences, memories and philosophies, and articulates themes of belonging, security, individuality and change. Continue reading

Munem Wasif, Machine Matter (video still), 2017, Video, black and white photography, multimedia installation; 14 minutes 5 seconds.

SHARJAH BIENNIAL 14 : MAKING NEW TIME- MUNEM WASIF

In Machine Matter (2017), Wasif examines the death of the jute industry in Bangladesh and the destruction of the livelihoods the ‘golden fibre’ once supported. Continue reading

Rohini Devasher, Spheres (detail), 2017, Video projection on metallic paint, pan pastel, dry pastel, acrylic, charcoal, pencil, colour pencil on wall; 22 minutes.

SHARJAH BIENNIAL 14 : JOURNEY BEYOND THE ARROW – ROHINI DEVASHER

In Spheres (2017), a four-part video and drawing installation, Devasher considers the imagination and resources humanity has drawn on to create tools to study outer space. Continue reading

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VAN ABBEMUSEUM-THE OTOLITH GROUP

The Otolith Group Xenogenesis 25 May-18 September Van Abbemuseum, Netherlands In May 2019, the Van Abbemuseum will hold Xenogenesis, the first large scale exhibition of The Otolith Group in the Netherlands. The collective was founded by artist Anjalika Sagar and theorist Kodwo Eshun … Continue reading

Neha Choksi,  The Sun’s Rehearsal / In Memory of the Last Sunset, 2016
Image on wallpaper digitally generated by OmniCosm Studios, seven photographically generated images on wallpaper, freestanding wall with cutout, curtain. Activated by performance and interaction by Alice Cummins, Carriageworks, Sydney, March 15–19, April 9–10, and May 28–29, 2016. Commissioned by the 20th Biennale of Sydney. Courtesy the artist and Project 88, Mumbai. Photo: Zan Wimberley.

CARMEN ARGOTE ON NEHA CHOKSI – HAMMER MUSEUM

Carmen Argote on Neha Choksi 17 July, 2018 | 6:00PM CARMEN ARGOTE ON NEHA CHOKSI – HAMMER MUSEUM  

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FRIEZE FILM 2018 NEW COMMISSIONS BY THE OTOLITH GROUP, PAUL PFEIFFER AND LUCY RAVEN – FRIEZE

The Otolith Group Frieze London 2018 5 – 7 October, 2018 “The 2018 Frieze Film programme is curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt (Samdani Art Foundation & Dhaka Art Summit) and will explore natural, technological and psychological means of mass communication … Continue reading

Shreyas Karle, "The two V’s responsible for blood flow" 8 x 4 inches,
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NAVIGATOR ART ON PAPER PRIZE – FINALISTS

Shreyas Karle Navigator Art on Paper Prize 2018 “Created with the purpose of enriching the importance of paper in our society, Navigator Art on Paperalso represents an incentive to creativity, culture and recognition of national and international talent. In order to … Continue reading

MADE IN L.A. 2018 – HAMMER MUSEUM

Neha Choksi Made in L.A. 2018 3 June – 2 September, 2018 Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, USA. “Made in L.A. 2018 is the fourth iteration of the Hammer’s biennial exhibition, continuing to highlight the practices of artists working throughout Los Angeles and … Continue reading

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SPACE EDITS (THE TROUBLE WITH LANGUAGE) – BEIRUT ART CENTRE

Pallavi Paul space edits (the trouble with language) curated by Marie Muracciole 09.05.2018 – 18.07.2018 “This exhibition introduces four influential figures of the 20th century, each of whom has initiated a very specific relationship between language and space, be it through transformation … Continue reading