Yearly Archives: 2017

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5 MUMBAI GALLERIES THAT ARE REINVENTING THE WAY WE SEE ART – PAYAL MOHTA

5 Aug, 2017 – Homegrown “This gallery space is as unique as the art it exhibits; 4000 square feet of what was formerly a century old metal printing press. It showcases exhibitions of experimental and ambitious work in all media … Continue reading

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INSIDE GRAPHIC NOVELIST SARNATH BANERJEE’S EXHIBITION, ‘CUT-PRICE PARADISE’ – KANAK KAPUR

July 26, 2017 – Vogue “In Banerjee’s short films, which clock anywhere between six to 21 minutes, vulnerability is a shapeshifting entity, leaping from the Bengali famine of 1943 to an Islamic-ruled Spain. The unlikely stars of his short animations are … Continue reading

Detail of Gravity Folds, II © Sandeep Mukherjee

“MARKING TIME” DEBUTS AT DESCANSO’S STURT HAAGA GALLERY – PASADENA NOW

19 July, 2017 – Pasadena Now “The artists in “Marking Time” seek to draw visitors into a temporal dance with their artwork, to engage you in a longer than usual and pleasurable appreciation that mirrors what Descanso Gardens offers: a … Continue reading

A still from Banerjee’s short, ‘Sophistication Is Fragile’. Photo: Courtesy the Artist and Project 88 Mumbai

‘CUT-PRICE PARADISE’: DEAD MEN TELL TALES – ROSALYN D’MELLO

23 July 2017 – Live Mint “The subject of history-telling remains at the investigative crux of Banerjee’s practice across media, so the six films reveal rather poetically, particularly Sophistication Is Fragile, which pits knowledge, art and aesthetics over military might in … Continue reading

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WHAT MAKES FILM RESEARCHER AND VIDEO ARTIST PALLAVI PAUL SUCH AN INSIGHTFUL OBSERVER? – ZARAL SHAH

July 17, 2017 – Verve Magazine “While her newest work, a three-channel 42-minute film, The Dreams of Cynthia, is one she found technically, emotionally and intellectually difficult, she says, “The biggest challenge is to keep oneself from being reduced to … Continue reading