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About project88pressadmin

The daughter product of Galerie 88, Kolkata, Project 88 was started by Sree Goswami. The 4000 square feet gallery is housed in a century old metal printing press. The gallery supports emerging and established artists in long-term relationships to facilitate understanding and awareness of their continually evolving practices within India and internationally.
“Untitled (5/5)”, Woodcut, 4 x 6.5 inches, 1935

MUMBAI: ART EXHIBITION SHOWCASES MODERN PRINTS BY ARTISTS FROM COLONIAL-ERA BENGAL – DHARA VORA SABHNANI

May 18, 2018 – Mid Day “The significance of this succinct introduction to the book Twenty Five Linocuts by Rani Chanda (then Dey) becomes even greater when the writer of this note is Rabindranath Tagore. “I AM glad to introduce to … Continue reading

Amitesh Shrivastava, Rub (2018). Courtesy: Project 88, Mumbai

EVERYTHING YOU MISSED FROM NEW YORK’S EDITION OF THE FRIEZE ART FAIR 2018 – SHARMISTHA RAY

6 May, 2018 – ELLE “Art requires leisurely stretches of time to just look, feel and think, so an art fair isn’t exactly the place to engage with art. But the best art fairs like Frieze can provide moments of … Continue reading

Sree Goswami

MUMBAI DIARY: MONDAY DOSSIER – MID DAY

Apr 30, 2018 – Mid Day “New pathways Now in its fifth outing at one of the most sought-after art fairs in the world, Project 88 has a fine selection of artists for the event this time around. At Frieze … Continue reading

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ALL EYES SET ON FRIEZE – AVANTIKA BHUYAN

27 April, 2018 – Live Mint “In May, 190 of the world’s best galleries will converge on to Randall’s Island Park in New York, with a gigantic, translucent tent transforming into a hub for cutting-edge contemporary art. And sharing space … Continue reading

Artists Rupali Gupte and Prasad Shetty

A TABLE BECOMES A SHOP: HOW DO INFORMAL WORKERS HUMANISE THE URBAN SPACE? – POOJA PILLAI

April 1, 2018 – The Indian Express “They’re a common sight in all of our cities, these “shops” that are really just folding tables covered with goods ranging from earphones and chargers to handkerchiefs and undergarments. During the day, the … Continue reading