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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.
Whenever The Heart Skips A Beat by Raqs Media Collective

‘FLOATING WORLD’ VIDEO INSTALLATIONS ON 32 HUGE SCREENS AT ARTBAB INTERNATIONAL FAIR – MARK WESTALL

23 March, 2017 – FAD “Curatorial heavyweights Jonathan Watkins (Ikon Gallery) and Alistair Hicks (ex Deutsche Bank Collection)are behind this spectacular video installation comprising of 32 huge screens which form the backdrop to the fair. The videos feature documentary footage … Continue reading

Neha Choksi's Iceboat

ART BAHRAIN ACROSS BORDERS UNVEILS FAIR PARTICIPANTS – BAHRAIN WEEK

18 March, 2017 “Bahrain’s second contemporary art fair, Art Bahrain Across Borders (ArtBAB 2017), promises to be a fusion of local, regional and international talent, with acclaimed artists and galleries from all corners of the world uniting under one roof… … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective

11th SHANGHAI BIENNALE | POWER STATION OF ART – JYOTI DHAR

February, 2017 – Art Forum Raqs Media Collective Why Not Ask Again: Arguments, Counter-Arguments, and Stories 11th Shanghai Biennale  

Raqs Media Collective, "The Emperor’s Old Clothes," Trafalgar Square Fourth Plinth model, 2017. Photo: James O Jenkins. Courtesy of the artists and Frith Street Gallery.

THE DOUBLE-BIND IN RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE’S INSTITUTIONAL CRITIQUE – TAUSIF NOOR

15 March, 2017 “Typically, Raqs’s epistemic approach to postcolonial art connects a fraught past to the contemporary moment, without relying too heavily on historical didacticism. By refusing to limit themselves to rigid, univocal messaging and instead producing a body of … Continue reading

"In The City, A Library" by Chirodeep Chaudhuri and Jerry Pinto

‘IN THE CITY: A LIBRARY’ IS A NOSTALGIC TAKE ON THE DISAPPEARING LIBRARY CULTURE OF MUMBAI – NEERJA DEODHAR

18 March, 2017 – FirstPost “When you enter the room where photographs from the exhibition In the City: A Library are displayed, you will be reminded of the dusty shelves of the rare books section of your college library.There are pictures … Continue reading