The representation of the Indian creative spirit at Frieze London saw numerous renowned and emerging Indian artists bring forth current visual narratives on a global platform. Held from 12th October to 16th October at The Regents Park, London, the fair had some of the most influential galleries from the …Read more..
What is the experience of mobility and migration in an artist’s work? In this post, Simone Wille explores the artworks of the contemporary Pakistani artist Huma Mulji, recently on show in Plymouth (UK), and how memory and belonging inform the multiple journeys …Read more..
Mulji’s works are part of Mumbai-based gallery Project 88’s group show at this year’s Frieze by Trisha Mukherjee A seemingly abandoned chair sits outside a house. The wall behind is covered with bougainvillaea creepers, its pink and white flowers lay strewn …Read more..
‘Can you hear my voice?’ at Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, asks what it means to claim agency amidst sectarian conflict By Shaad D’Souza ‘Can you hear my voice?’, a group exhibition at Melbourne’s Margaret Lawrence Gallery, curated by David Sequiera, …Read more..
Mumbai: This virtual exhibition shines the spotlight on the epochal shift due to the Covid-19 pandemic ‘Not an Imitation’ at Project88, curated by Rohini Devasher and Pallavi Paul provides artists a platform to creatively express their feelings By Pallavi Mehra …Read more..