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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.
The Otolith Group, O Horizon, still, HD, colour, 81 minutes 10 seconds, 2018. Commissioned by Bauhaus Imaginista and co-produced with the Rubin Museum and the kind support of Project 88.

Five artists engage with history and its reclamation at the Kochi Biennale – in order to create a new map to an old world – Vandana Kalra

13 January, 2018 – Indian Express The Otolith Group: Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun I 50, 52 Work: O Horizon In their film O Horizon, London-based artist collective The Otolith Group — comprising Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun — explore … Continue reading

IS THE FUTURE OF ART FEMALE? NO, IT’S A LOT MORE INCLUSIVE THAN THAT – HIMALI SINGH SOIN

December 25, 2018 – Vogue Here’s why the art world needs to break out of gender constructs and think more queerly I was asked to attend to the question, “Is the Future of Art Female?”. Those that identify as female … Continue reading

ENTER THE WORLD OF ECOLOGICAL WEIRD – PHALGUNI DESAI

28 December, 2018 – The Hindu Rohini Devasher’s artistic genius brings a mishmash of plant and animal species to life in her ongoing solo show, Hopeful Monsterssays Phalguni Desai “I don’t think we’re looking at a plant,” Whitby says, tentative, … Continue reading

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