Category Archives: Prajakta Potnis

Prajakta’ Potnis “Capsule II,” print on Hahnemulhe archival paper, 94 x 152 cm, 2012

DOCUMENTING THE AGE OF ANTHROPOCENE – TEJAL PANDEY

16 March, 2018 – The Hindu “While Rohini Devasher and Reena Kallat both provide viewers with intriguing modifications and perspectives to the current world we inhabit, Prajakta Potnis examines temporary man-made worlds like airports and malls that we often escape … Continue reading

Summer, Gouache on Paper, 10 x 15.5 inches, 1994

FRAMED ANEW – POOJA PILLAI

6 June, 2017 – Indian Express “In the exhibition ‘Wooden Horse in Boggy Land’ at Mumbai’s Project 88, curator Prajna Desai presents four propositions that challenge this way of looking at the landscape through the works of three artists — Gieve … Continue reading

"Boggy Land" by Gobardhan Ash

THINGS TO DO IN MUMBAI THIS WEEKEND – THE DAILY PAO

19 May, 2017 – The Daily Pao “Wooden Horse in Boggy Land: Four Propositions About Landscape at Project 88 This show comprises paintings and photographs by Calcutta Group artist Gobardhan Ash and city-residing artists Gieve Patel, Prajakta Potnis and Tejal Shah. … Continue reading

Gobardhan Ash's "Wooden Horse"

THINGS TO DO IN MUMBAI TODAY – MUMBAI MIRROR

16 May, 2017 – Mumbai Mirror “If you find yourself roaming around the Colaba art district, do stop by this gallery to catch a new show, which opens this Thursday. Curated by Prajna Desai, Wooden Horse in Boggy Land: Four … Continue reading

Pallavi Paul

23 YOUNG ARTISTS YOU SHOULD KNOW – Elizabeth Kuruvilla, Preeti Zachariah, and Dhamini Ratnam

17 December, 2016 – Live Mint “There is no easy way to understand the phenomenon that is Indian contemporary art—and while an artist’s age may have little to do with it, it is often among the young artists, tucked away … Continue reading