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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.
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