Yearly Archives: 2012

AROUND THE WORLD WITH INDIAN ART, The 15 Best International Shows by Indian Artists to Watch Out For – Rosalyn D’Mello, Satarupa Paul

Published in blouinartinfo.com, 20 September 2012 The 15 Best International Shows by Indian Artists to Watch Out For: among them: Raqs Media Collective at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and in ‘Critical Mass: Contemporary Art from India’ at … Continue reading

HUMA MULJI, featured in the September issue of Vogue India!

Published in Vogue India, September 2012 Huma Mulji, winner of Abraaj Capital Art Prize 2013, talks about her new work for Frieze London, on “ideas of water and flesh and how they are connected…”

… AND THE LOSER TAKES IT ALL, An unabashed celebration of losers

Published in Open Magazine, 4 August 2012 “I sometimes find winners vulgar,” says graphic artist and author Sarnath Banerjee, whose project ‘Gallery of Losers’ will be on display on billboards across the six Olympic boroughs in London during the Games. … Continue reading

WANAS KONST SHOWCASES FIVE INDIAN ARTISTS IN ITS 25th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS – Medha Kapur

Published in the Saffronart Blog, 24 July 2012 This season, Wanås Konst has also opened an entirely new room dedicated to film and video art. In the film program, “But a pit stop on a long journey“, the Indian artists … Continue reading

SARNATH BANERJEE’S “GALLERY OF LOSERS” – Elisabetta Marabotto

Pulblished in the Saffronart Blog, 22 July 2012 Sarnath, along with five other international artists, was commissioned to create site-specific works for the Olympic Host Boroughs in East London: Barking and Dagenham, Greenwich, Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and WalthamForest. This … Continue reading