Category Archives: Sandeep Mukherjee

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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

Diana Campbell Betancourt

HELLO FROM THE OTHER SIDE – Pooja Pillai

22 December, 2016 – The Indian Express “WHAT connects a slide projection of a series of sunsets, a video of a sand fountain and an installation made of Japanese paper clay popcorn hanging from the ceiling? If you go to … Continue reading

Diana Campbell Betancourt

A MEASURE IN TIME AND SPACE – Reema Gehi

26 November, 2016 – Mumbai Mirror Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt wonders what happens when you cut through the earth to connect two opposite points. How did the idea of 8688 come about? I was born in Los Angeles and my … Continue reading

Sandeep Mukherjee

FROM LA TO BOMBAY – Le Mill Blog

23 November, 2016 – Le Mill Blog “8688 is number of miles between LA and Bombay, and also the name of the ongoing group show at Project 88. It explores the idea of antipodes, and the uncanny relationship between them. … Continue reading

Children look at Sandeep Mukherjee’s “The Sky Remains” at the Dhaka Art Summit (Noor Photoface)

THE DHAKA ART SUMMIT GIVES BANGLADESH A GLOBAL SPOTLIGHT – Ann Binlot

Posted on 22 February, 2016 on Forbes Both children and adults, locals and foreigners grazed their feet over the 1,000 tiles in monochromatic shades of turquoise to feel the texture in Sandeep Mukherjee’s installation “The Sky Remains” at the Dhaka Art … Continue reading