Tag Archives: Shreyas Karle

Installation view, 'Unnecessary alcove'

CRITICS’ PICK : SHREYAS KARLE – SKYE ARUNDHATI THOMAS

Artforum “A fluorescent-pink hose angles up to the ceiling only to fall back to the floor, slumping into an awkward pile. This item—Frustrated gardener, 2017—is placed opposite a two-legged terra-cotta horse pressed between two sheets of museum glass. As the … Continue reading

Two containers; 12cms x 7cms (length x diameter); glass; 2016

REDUX, REDUX |ENTER THROUGH THE SIDE-DOOR | SHREYAS KARLE – GUFTUGU

Guftugu – a quarterly e-journal “The set of glasses underlines two different notions: One is connected to the household disciplinarian and the latter to the worldview of an individual. The practice of filling drinking water to the brim makes it difficult … Continue reading

Pallavi Paul

23 YOUNG ARTISTS YOU SHOULD KNOW – Elizabeth Kuruvilla, Preeti Zachariah, and Dhamini Ratnam

17 December, 2016 – Live Mint “There is no easy way to understand the phenomenon that is Indian contemporary art—and while an artist’s age may have little to do with it, it is often among the young artists, tucked away … Continue reading

PHOTO: RAJNEESH LONDHE

STORIES FROM THE STUDIO – Phalguni Desai

23 October, 2016 – The Hindu SHREYAS KARLE City: Mumbai In the northern suburb of Borivali, a rare patch of greenery provides the backdrop to artist Shreyas Karle’s residence, personal practice and CONA, a residency and pedagogical centre that he … Continue reading

"Mid-Autumn Festival" (1969) by Liu Guosong. Ink and colors on paper. Photo: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

CONTEMPORARY CONTEMPLATIONS – Sura Wood

Posted on 9 September, 2015 on The Bay Are Reporter Online “The Asian Art Museum continues its march into the present and its bid to win the hearts and minds of younger audiences with First Look: Collecting Contemporary at the Asian, the … Continue reading