Category Archives: Hemali Bhuta

Hemali Bhuta, Encounters with gold, 2017, rug in rubber, imitation of gold leaf, dust of gneiss, quartz coring, colourless lacquer and arabic eraser, 80.5 cm x 60 cm, Courtesy of the artist and Project 88, Mumbai, © Photo: Aurélien Mole / CIAP de Vassivière

HEMALI BHUTA, OR THE EXHIBI­TION AS AN OPEN-AIR LANDSCAPE – MARJORIE MICUCCI

30 January, 2018 – Aware “The double title refers to a duality and conjunction of landscapes and geologies between the northeast of Indian where the Subarnarekha River flows towards the Bay of Bengal,3 which was a gold-bearing exploitation area, and this … Continue reading

Rohini Devasher's "Bone Tree Series"

GOA GETS ARTSY – DHRITI GANDHI RANJAN

March 1, 2017 “It’s not everyday that art lovers enjoy some of the best works of two distinguished galleries. However, it is now happening at Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts, where Mumbai-based Project 88 and Kolkata-based Galerie 88 … Continue reading

Deliberated Time, Sunaparanta: Goa Centre for the Arts

THIS GOAN ART GALLERY IS CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF INDIAN ART WITH THIS EXHIBITION – NEVILLE BHANDARA

March 14, 2017 – Elle India “This is the first time that Galerie 88 and Project 88 have exhibited together in a curated show. “After 10 years, there is a need to join the dots, to trace a lineage, to … Continue reading

Neha Choksi, In Leaf (Primary Time) (2015) 
Live performance for Hayward Gallery.

ARTS ORGANISATIONS FORGE NEW TIES BETWEEN NORTH ENGLAND AND SOUTH ASIA – ALYSSA BUFFENSTEIN

8 February, 2017 – Artnet “The program will begin in March with an ambitious program of art and social history exhibitions, screenings, and events at the Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Museum, and Whitworth in Manchester, and the Tetley center for Contemporary Art in Leeds. These range from the … Continue reading

In Rohini Devasher’s untitled works from the ‘Bone Tree Series’, she explores the grammar Lindenmeyer system.

MOVING THROUGH TIME – PHORUM DALAL

12 February 2017 – The Hindu “The show, curated by Sunaparanta’s director Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi, brings together, for the first time, works from Kolkata’s Galerie 88 and Mumbai’s Project 88, owned by mother-daughter duo Supriya Banerjee and Sree Banerjee Goswami … Continue reading