Category Archives: Project 88

Seed, by Rohini Devasher, 2004. Charcoal, acrylic, colour
pencil, oil pastel, wood; 245 x 457 cm. “Seed” is the first of several wall drawings that explore landscape as a living entity. Through the process of the drawing, done on site over three months, the relationship between the drawing and the forms from which it is derived is gradually blurred. The curve of the wall further heightens the sense of being engulfed, of being destabilized.

MARG MAGAZINE: ROHINI DEVASHER

This article was first published in The Weight of a Petal: Ars Botanica, edited by Sita Reddy, Mumbai: Marg, Vol. 70, No. 2, December 2018–March 2019.   Rohini Devasher …for that which we imagine must be either something already seen or a … Continue reading

ENTER THE WORLD OF ECOLOGICAL WEIRD – PHALGUNI DESAI

28 December, 2018 – The Hindu Rohini Devasher’s artistic genius brings a mishmash of plant and animal species to life in her ongoing solo show, Hopeful Monsterssays Phalguni Desai “I don’t think we’re looking at a plant,” Whitby says, tentative, … 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 – JONATHAN GRIFFIN

2 July, 2018 – Art Agenda “Not so much a city as an unevenly populated, multi-centered megalopolis, and not so much a year as a point in an escalating concatenation of national and global crises, there might seem to be … Continue reading

Leonardo Pucci - article

IN OTHER ROOMS, OTHER LIVES – POOJA PILLAI

22 June, 2018 – Indian Express

“Untitled (5/5)”, Woodcut, 4 x 6.5 inches, 1935

MUMBAI: ART EXHIBITION SHOWCASES MODERN PRINTS BY ARTISTS FROM COLONIAL-ERA BENGAL – DHARA VORA SABHNANI

May 18, 2018 – Mid Day “The significance of this succinct introduction to the book Twenty Five Linocuts by Rani Chanda (then Dey) becomes even greater when the writer of this note is Rabindranath Tagore. “I AM glad to introduce to … Continue reading