Category Archives: Tejal Shah

IS THE FUTURE OF ART FEMALE? NO, IT’S A LOT MORE INCLUSIVE THAN THAT – HIMALI SINGH SOIN

December 25, 2018 – Vogue Here’s why the art world needs to break out of gender constructs and think more queerly I was asked to attend to the question, “Is the Future of Art Female?”. Those that identify as female … Continue reading

Summer, Gouache on Paper, 10 x 15.5 inches, 1994

FRAMED ANEW – POOJA PILLAI

6 June, 2017 – Indian Express “In the exhibition ‘Wooden Horse in Boggy Land’ at Mumbai’s Project 88, curator Prajna Desai presents four propositions that challenge this way of looking at the landscape through the works of three artists — Gieve … Continue reading

"Boggy Land" by Gobardhan Ash

THINGS TO DO IN MUMBAI THIS WEEKEND – THE DAILY PAO

19 May, 2017 – The Daily Pao “Wooden Horse in Boggy Land: Four Propositions About Landscape at Project 88 This show comprises paintings and photographs by Calcutta Group artist Gobardhan Ash and city-residing artists Gieve Patel, Prajakta Potnis and Tejal Shah. … Continue reading

Gobardhan Ash's "Wooden Horse"

THINGS TO DO IN MUMBAI TODAY – MUMBAI MIRROR

16 May, 2017 – Mumbai Mirror “If you find yourself roaming around the Colaba art district, do stop by this gallery to catch a new show, which opens this Thursday. Curated by Prajna Desai, Wooden Horse in Boggy Land: Four … Continue reading

Installation view of “Gut Feelings” at the Zuckerman Museum of Art, with Tejal Shah’s video Feed/Kill at center.

HUNGER GAMES: “GUT FEELINGS” AT THE ZUCKERMAN MUSEUM OF ART – LOGAN LOCKNER

28 March, 2017 – Burnaway “In Indian artist Tejal Shah’s video Feed/Kill, one figure aggressively force feeds another, making it unclear if the person eating is being nourished or, in some perverse inversion, being prepared for the slaughter…” HUNGER GAMES: … Continue reading