Category Archives: Project 88

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

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

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10 ASIAN ARTISTS WHO MADE THEIR INTERNATIONAL BREAKTHROUGH – COBO SOCIAL

30 December, 2016 – CoBo Social Making it a year of career breakthrough: In 2016, international institutions all over the globe have hosted a high number of solo and group presentations and projects for the up-and-coming artists from the Asian … Continue reading

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GEOGRAPHIC SOULMATES – Phalguni Desai

24 December, 2016 – The Hindu If you were to dig straight from where you are to the other side of the Earth, where would you reach? What would it be like to consider that your daily commute, to think … Continue reading