Category Archives: Project 88

Artists Rupali Gupte and Prasad Shetty

A TABLE BECOMES A SHOP: HOW DO INFORMAL WORKERS HUMANISE THE URBAN SPACE? – POOJA PILLAI

April 1, 2018 – The Indian Express “They’re a common sight in all of our cities, these “shops” that are really just folding tables covered with goods ranging from earphones and chargers to handkerchiefs and undergarments. During the day, the … Continue reading

Prasad Shetty & Rupali Gupte, "Treasure Trunk," paint, galvanised iron, 30 x 120 x 45 cms (H x L x W), 2017

PROJECT 88: TRANSACTIONAL OBJECTS – KASTOORI BARUA

Blog (kastooribarua.com) – 10 March, 2018 “Virtual spaces, such as cloud storages, of course, are infinite and the internet is a world of its own. But actual spaces, where humans tangibly exist, the boundaries that we draw around us, are … Continue reading

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5 MUMBAI GALLERIES THAT ARE REINVENTING THE WAY WE SEE ART – PAYAL MOHTA

5 Aug, 2017 – Homegrown “This gallery space is as unique as the art it exhibits; 4000 square feet of what was formerly a century old metal printing press. It showcases exhibitions of experimental and ambitious work in all media … Continue reading

Bangladesh, 2014, from the series Land of Undefined Territory. Image © Munem Wasif, courtesy Prix Pictet

ON SHOW: PRIX PICTET ‘SPACE’ AT THE V&A – TOM SEYMOUR

26 April, 2017 – British Journal of Photography “Others have taken on the idea of space to explore transgression of both territory and of the relationship between photographer and subject. Munem Wasif (nominated for a second time since the Water … Continue reading

Sketches of Rulers of India (Vol. III): The Governors-General and Dupleix. By G.D. Oswell. Photo: Chirodeep Chaudhury

STUCK IN TIME AND SPACE: A PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION THAT BRINGS OUT OLD NARRATIVES – BHUMIKA POPLI

4 March, 2017 – Sunday Guardian “Chaudhury thinks that this image project is born of the collective love for books as professed by both, Pinto and himself. “The project began with photographic memories and though initially we really didn’t have … Continue reading