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

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SANDEEP MUKHERJEE RECEIVES THE PRESTIGIOUS JOHN SIMON GUGGENHEIM MEMORIAL FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP – NILOFAR HAJA

10 May, 2017 – Architectural Digest “Sandeep has planned two projects for the year-long Fellowship, both of which involve painted and folded aluminium sculptures. One of his projects will use a Mini Cooper hatchback as a mould, using industrial-grade aluminium … Continue reading

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

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

Installation image, Dreams of Cynthia/ Cynthia ke Sapne by Pallavi Paul

CONTOUR BIENNALE 8, “POLYPHONIC WORLDS: JUSTICE AS MEDIUM” – COLIN PERRY

6 April, 2017 – Art Agenda “A number of significant moving image works include Pallavi Paul’s strange and fantastical video The Dreams of Cynthia (2017), delving into performative identity and sexuality…” CONTOUR BIENNALE 8, “POLYPHONIC WORLDS: JUSTICE AS MEDIUM” – … Continue reading