Munem Wasif portrait by Sarker Protick.

MUNEM WASIF – BIG ART

14 November, 2017 – Big Art “Jomin O Joban is an eclectic series of photographs that come together to resonate the socio-political ethos of a land that has taken various shades of meaning and significance. Photographs of exposed, dug out earth … Continue reading

Huma Mulji, "An Ode to a Lamppost That Got Accidentally Destroyed in the Enthusiastic Widening of Canal Bank Road"

AN EXHIBIT AT THE KARACHI BIENNALE HAS SPARKED AN INTENSE DEBATE ABOUT ART AND ELITISM – HAMNA ZUBAIR

6 November, 2017 – Scroll “As some of my earlier works have attempted to do, I wanted to produce a work that resonated the anxiety of the city,” said Huma. “The scale of the lamppost, and its unexpected entanglement with … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective. Photo courtesy: Dreamvilla, by Dayanita Singh

6 INDIANS ON CONTEMPORARY ART’S GLOBAL POWER LIST – DNA

3 November, 2017 – DNA “The global list is considered to be the most established ranking in the contemporary art world, and is compiled by international contemporary art magazine ArtReview. ArtReview editor-in-chief Mark Rappolt told DNA that the list is … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective’s ‘Unstill Life with Cerussite and Peppered Moth'. Courtesy Raqs Media Collective

MANCHESTER CELEBRATES MULTICULTURAL HISTORY WITH AN EXHIBITION FROM SOUTH ASIAN ARTISTS – SANYA BURGESS

17 October, 2017 – The National “Unstill Life (With Cerussite and Peppered Moth) is an ambitious multimedia piece inspired by a crystal of the mineral cerussite, which is a minor ore of lead. A flickering projection of the peppered moth – … Continue reading

"Seeds Shall Set Us Free"
Cyanotype prints on acid free paper
13.5 x 9 inches each, series of 36
2017

OF LAND, LABOUR AND SEED – TEJAL PANDEY

OCTOBER 28, 2017 – The Hindu “Jomin o Joban / A tale of the land, Wasif’s first solo show in India, which opened last weekend at Project 88, presents a complex gamut of interconnected stories that spill across the globe … Continue reading