Category Archives: Neha Choksi

Neha Choksi's production 'Still Abacus'

PLATFORM MAGAZINE: MISSION: DISRUPT THE ACCEPTED: NEHA CHOKSI

Soumya Mukerji on Neha Choksi, Platform Magazine Published in March 2019 Issue Neha Choksi’s production ‘Still Abacus” One of the most private mavericks in the performing arts in India, Neha Choksi doesn’t speak much, mince words or dilute her essence. … Continue reading

Neha Choksi, Everything sunbright (i) in the womb
(ii) lives
(iii) ever rehearsing the end
*indirectly, 2018. Four-channel video installation, i, ii, iii as projections, * on monitor, 26:12 mins. (looped). Image courtesy of the artist and Project 88, Mumbai. Photo by Brian Forrest.

‘MADE IN L.A. 2018’: WIDELY INCLUSIVE AND BRIMMING WITH COMMUNITY SPIRIT, BUT IS IT TOO EARNEST? – TRAVIS DIEHL

27 June, 2018 – Frieze “Neha Choksi’s Everything sunbright i) in the womb ii) lives iii) ever rehearsing the end * indirectly (2018), a four-channel loop, juxtaposes shots of a dancer ripping up a stage flat of a sunset, a charcoal drawing … Continue reading

Courtesy Neha Choksi and Project 88, Mumbai. Photo: Zan Wimberley.

11 UCLA ALUMNI FEATURED IN THE HAMMER MUSEUM’S ‘MADE IN L.A. 2018’ – LOUISE CALE

9 July, 2018 – UCLA Newsroom “Through considerations of consciousness, memory and mortality, Neha Choksi centers her practice on the materialization of time, foregrounding temporality and transformation over the desire for permanence. Choksi’s work — in which performance-based video is … Continue reading

Installation view of Neha Choksi in “Made in L.A.” at the Hammer
Museum, Los Angeles. Photo: Brian Forrest.

HOW 5 ARTISTS IN HAMMER’S MADE IN LA BIENNIAL ARE USING THEIR WORK TO IMAGINE A BETTER FUTURE – JANELLE ZARA

June 19, 2018 – Artnet news “Neha Choksi, Everything sunbright (i) in the womb (ii) lives (iii) ever rehearsing the end * indirectly (2018) In 2016, Choksi collaborated with dance artist Alice Cummins to create In the Sun’s Rehearsal, a performance in which … Continue reading

Amitesh Shrivastava, Rub (2018). Courtesy: Project 88, Mumbai

EVERYTHING YOU MISSED FROM NEW YORK’S EDITION OF THE FRIEZE ART FAIR 2018 – SHARMISTHA RAY

6 May, 2018 – ELLE “Art requires leisurely stretches of time to just look, feel and think, so an art fair isn’t exactly the place to engage with art. But the best art fairs like Frieze can provide moments of … Continue reading