Yearly Archives: 2018

Sandeep Mukherjee, “Tree Skin”, installation at Frieze London 2018, acrylic and acrylic ink on molded aluminium, 6 panels, each panel 6 x 4 feet, 2018

NINE ARTISTS I DISCOVERED AT FRIEZE ART FAIR – ATELIER JUDITH

11 October, 2018 – Atelier Judith “Frieze London was presenting the best of international contemporary art, with a selection of around 160 galleries. The fair was divided into various sections, offering numerous side events such as talks, live performances, and … Continue reading

Khageswar Rout, "Study of Nothing, iii," Terracotta, 26 x 19 x 16 inches, 2016

BETWEEN THE ORGANIC AND THE CONSTRUCTED – TEJAL PANDEY

5 OCTOBER, 2018 – The Hindu “A group exhibition featuring works by three contemporary artists is an ongoing exploration of clay A friend who recently travelled to Cappadocia in Turkey, described how the gigantic rock formations — volcanic remnants, have … Continue reading

Study circle from "o Horizon"

NAVIGATING NEW YORK’S ART SCENE – VERVE

AUGUST 31, 2018 – Verve “A Lost Future: The Otolith Group, on view from June 1 to September 17, 2018, is the second chapter of an exhibition trilogy challenging existing histories and speculative futures across cultures in West Bengal. The … Continue reading

Sandeep Mukherjee, "Tree Skin" at The Kitchen, New York
"Tree Skin", installation view, acrylic, acrylic ink on molded aluminum, 4 panels, each panel 6 x 4 feet, 2018

BLEACHED RACISTS AND LYNCHING TREES: THE SHOW THAT’S TARGETING WHITE SUPREMACY – CLAUDIA RANKINE

10 August, 2018 – The Guardian “Two years in the making, a new exhibition about white culture is delivering devastating insights into power and prejudice in modern America. Poet and curator Claudia Rankine relives its creation. Two years ago I … Continue reading

From the exhibition “A Lost Future,” a digital collage “Santiniketan Studies (A Century Before Us II): Infinite Study” (2018), by The Otolith Group.CreditRubin Museum

AT THE RUBIN MUSEUM, THE FUTURE HAS ARRIVED. AND IT’S FLUID – HOLLAND COTTER

The New York Times – 9 August, 2018 “The centerpiece here is a dreamy film by the two-person London-based Otolith Group (Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun). Titled “O Horizon,” it might be described as a species of creative nonfiction, an … Continue reading