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SPECTRAL TIMES SARNATH BANERJEE’S DIALOGUE WITH THE DEAD- PHALGUNI DESAI

1 March, 2019- The Hindu Combining illustrations and radio recordings, Sarnath Banerjee’s new exhibit is a fictional account of a Mumbai we don’t see. In the central hall of Dr Bhau Daji Lad (BDL) Museum in Mumbai, is a giant … Continue reading

From the series, ‘An Encounter with Thomas Browne and Other Commonplace Utopia’, (Photo: Deutsche Bank, The artist, & Project 88, Mumbai)

THE GHOSTS OF OUR PRESENT- CHERYLANN MOLLAN

Cherylann Mollan on Sarnath Banerjee in ‘ The Asian Age’ Published on 24 February 2019 These stories can be enjoyed through both, Sarnath’s minimalist graphic sketches as well as radio recordings. Ghost stories have been a childhood staple for many … Continue reading

The Otolith Group, O Horizon, still, HD, colour, 81 minutes 10 seconds, 2018. Commissioned by Bauhaus Imaginista and co-produced with the Rubin Museum and the kind support of Project 88.

Five artists engage with history and its reclamation at the Kochi Biennale – in order to create a new map to an old world – Vandana Kalra

13 January, 2018 – Indian Express The Otolith Group: Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun I 50, 52 Work: O Horizon In their film O Horizon, London-based artist collective The Otolith Group — comprising Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun — explore … Continue reading

IS THE FUTURE OF ART FEMALE? NO, IT’S A LOT MORE INCLUSIVE THAN THAT – HIMALI SINGH SOIN

December 25, 2018 – Vogue Here’s why the art world needs to break out of gender constructs and think more queerly I was asked to attend to the question, “Is the Future of Art Female?”. Those that identify as female … Continue reading

ENTER THE WORLD OF ECOLOGICAL WEIRD – PHALGUNI DESAI

28 December, 2018 – The Hindu Rohini Devasher’s artistic genius brings a mishmash of plant and animal species to life in her ongoing solo show, Hopeful Monsterssays Phalguni Desai “I don’t think we’re looking at a plant,” Whitby says, tentative, … Continue reading