Yearly Archives: 2018

Raqs Media Collective. Photo: Magzter

RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE APPOINTED ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF 2020 YOKOHAMA TRIENNALE – ARTFORUM

December 03, 2018 – Artforum “The Yokohama Triennale has named Raqs Media Collective, the New Delhi–based group formed in 1992 by Jeebesh Bagchi, Monica Narula, and Shuddhabrata Sengupta, artistic director of its seventh edition, which will open in July 2020. … Continue reading

Pallavi Paul, 'Not a Simple Disappearance, but a Slow Dissolution,' Installation View

WHOSE TRUTH IS IT ANYWAY? – ZAHRA AMIRUDDIN

November 16, 2018 – The Hindu “Pallavi Paul’s ongoing show uses delicate drawings, woven tapestry and the moving image to explore the fine line between history and imagination We often drift in between the realms of dreams and reality. Sometimes … Continue reading

Rohini Devasher’s ‘Parts Unknown: Making The Familiar Strange’. Robert Vinas Jr./Courtesy Sperone Westwater, New York

INDIAN ARTISTS REACH FOR THE STARS – BENITA FERNANDO

9 November, 2018 – Livemint “Indian artists reach for the stars with telescopes, domestic objects and lost constellations, Indian contemporary art takes a shot at cosmic phenomena and astronomy. After chasing eclipses across the country, artist Rohini Devasher travelled to … Continue reading

“Cynthia ke Sapne/ The Dreams of Cynthia” Three channel, HD, colour, Hindi and English, Sound, 42 minutes, 2017

I LIKE TO PUSH THE POSSIBILITY OF THE IMAGE A BIT FURTHER: FILMMAKER-VIDEO ARTIST PALLAVI PAUL ON THE DREAMS OF CYNTHIA – SUKHPREET KAHLON

November 3, 2018 – Cinestaan “Filmmaker and video artist Pallavi Paul’s The Dreams Of Cynthia is a three-screen film installation that was screened as part of The New Medium III section at the recently concluded Mumbai Film Festival organized by MAMI … Continue reading

Exhibition view of 'On Whiteness,' at The Kitchen, New York, June 27 – August 3, 2018. © Jason Mandella.

THE RACIAL IMAGINARY INSTITUTE: ON WHITENESS // THE KITCHEN – EXPO CHICAGO

By Paige Landesberg “Sandeep Mukherjee’s monumental Tree Skin (2018) consists of two hand-molded aluminum pieces coated in acrylic, hanging from the ceiling and reaching to the floor. The pieces are reminiscent of Eva Hesse’s Contingent (1969), in which the artist dipped fabric in latex … Continue reading