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Raqs Media Collective. Photo: Magzter

RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE APPOINTED ARTISTIC DIRECTOR OF 2020 YOKOHAMA TRIENNALE – ARTFORUM

December 03, 2018 – Artforum “The Yokohama Triennale has named Raqs Media Collective, the New Delhi–based group formed in 1992 by Jeebesh Bagchi, Monica Narula, and Shuddhabrata Sengupta, artistic director of its seventh edition, which will open in July 2020. … Continue reading

Rohini Devasher’s ‘Parts Unknown: Making The Familiar Strange’. Robert Vinas Jr./Courtesy Sperone Westwater, New York

INDIAN ARTISTS REACH FOR THE STARS – BENITA FERNANDO

9 November, 2018 – Livemint “Indian artists reach for the stars with telescopes, domestic objects and lost constellations, Indian contemporary art takes a shot at cosmic phenomena and astronomy. After chasing eclipses across the country, artist Rohini Devasher travelled to … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective, "Not Yet At Ease"

RAQS MEDIA COLLECTIVE – CAIO LOCKE AND RAMMELZEE THREE REVIEWS – EDWARD LUCIE-SMITH – ARTLYST

28 October, 2018 – Edward Lucie-Smith, Artlyst “It is the work of a Delhi-based group, Raqs Media Collective, and is entitled Not Yet at Ease. (See Top Photo)  It forms part of the commemoration of World War I, viewed from a … Continue reading

Raqs Media Collective, Provisions for Everybody, 2018, film still. Courtesy: the artists

MEANWHILE, WHAT ABOUT SOCIALISM? (PART TWO) – GEORGE VASEY

20 March, 2018 – Frieze.com “Raqs Media Collective’s new commission on the ground floor of Assembly House in Newcastle visually expands the book’s thematics in an installation encompassing films, banners and digital print. Central to the work is an episodic … Continue reading

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2017: AN OSCILLATION BETWEEN 2000 YEARS AFTER AND 1000 YEARS BEFORE – FRIEZE

21 December, 2017 – Frieze “Think of the ‘en’ you add to the beginning or end of a word, to make it do something. Think ‘vision’: add an en and it becomes ‘envision’. Add an en at both ends of ‘live’ and it becomes … Continue reading