Category Archives: Tejal Shah

Installation image from Gut Feelings

GUT FEELINGS – ZMA

Zuckerman Museum of Art   “Anger’s my meat; I sup upon myself And so shall starve with feeding. – Coriolanus, Act IV, scene ii Desire is understood as a complex platform for constructions of selfhood, but also as a framework … Continue reading

Tejal Shah, Some Kind of Nature still, 2013-14.

OUT OF THIS WORLD: “THE FUTURE WE REMEMBER” AT SECCA – Amy White

Published on 28 March, 2016 on Burnaway “In 1977, under the guidance of Carl Sagan, the American space program assumed the role of ambassador of human civilization on a cultural mission into the deepest reaches of the cosmos. With the … Continue reading

Sandeep Mukherjee
Terra Valley
Acrylic, acrylic ink & embossed drawing on duralene
Size: 24 x 36 inches
2008

AGE OF MAN – Huzan Tata

Posted on January 20, 2015 in Verve Magazine Is nature slowly becoming man-made? – This concern runs in many minds of today’s generation. And exploring this idea are several artists participating in a group show titled Earth Bound. ‘In a moment … Continue reading

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15 Artists You Need To Know

  Hemali Bhuta, Mahesh Baliga, Neha Choksi, Prajakta Potnis and Tejal Shah feature among Architectural Digest’s : 15 Artist You Need To Know.

NAILED DOWN- Alison Hugill

Published in www.berlinartlink.com, 22 November 2013 Alison Hugill writes about Diana Campbell’s project Vanity Project at the namesake nail salon in New York, where Campbell integrated video art into the manicured experience. “Video art doesn’t always have the best reception … Continue reading