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Author Archives: Aaina  Bhargava

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Breaking Ground with India’s First Ever Ceramics Triennale...
India’s first ever ceramics triennale, 'Breaking Ground', opens at the end of the month in Jaipur, Rajasthan. Featuring works by renowned Indian and international sculptors, the exhibition aims to reinterpret and challenge perceptions of ceramics as an art form and simultaneously re-engage a rich cultural heritage....

August 17, 2018

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Do Ho Suh's Almost Home: In Eternal Pursuit of Capturing Transience...
Acclaimed artist Do Ho Suh creates yet another brilliant, moving, and highly relevant exhibition to his repertoire. ‘Almost Home’ is currently on view at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC....

August 01, 2018

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Illuminating and Interactive: Installations at Yorkshire Sculpture Park...
Chiharu Shiota’s recent stunning installation, and Thukral and Tagra’s eagerly awaited new work at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park demonstrate how engagement with contemporary art is best experienced in nontraditional settings....

June 12, 2018

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Jane Lee's (Red) States of Painting...
Currently enlivening the expanse of Pao Galleries at Hong Kong Art Centre, is acclaimed Singaporean artist Jane Lee’s Red States. Offering visitors a vibrant visual treat of monumental proportions, the show marks her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong....

May 16, 2018

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Unmasked: Gauri Gill's Acts of Appearance at MoMA PS1...
Making its American debut, eminent artist Gauri Gill’s acclaimed Acts of Appearance is currently on view at MoMA PS1, New York. Differing versions of the exhibition were previously shown at Documenta 14 and Nature Morte Gallery, New Delhi earlier this year. Featuring a series of whimsically composed photographs, the remarkable show chronicles complexities of identity and cultural richness of an indigenous community in modern day Maharashtra, India....

May 08, 2018

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A Beast, A God and a Line: A Reflection on Regional Relevance...
A God, a Beast, and a Line, showing at Para-site, one of the few non-profit art spaces in the city, offers an impactful vision of Asia’s future, with current global relevance, adding a different artistic and thematic perspective to Hong Kong art week. Curated by Cosmin Constinas, this show was originally shown at the DHAKA art Summit and is co-produced with the Samdani Art Foundation....

March 18, 2018

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Public Displays of Art: Hong Kong's First Sculpture Park...
Hong Kong’s first international sculpture park, opened this week featuring works by nineteen international and local artists.  Presented by Hong Kong Arts Centre and their lead partner H Queen’s, the project is the realization of collaborative efforts between several public and private entities, artists, galleries, and co-curators Tim Marlow, director of the Royal Academy of Arts (UK) and Fumio Nanjo, director of the Mori Art Museum (Tokyo)....

February 25, 2018

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Highlights from the 2018 Edition of the India Art Fair...
India Art Fair returns to New Delhi with sixty-five galleries and and fifteen art institutions. Led by the newly appointed fair director, Jagdip Jagpal, who’s goals for the fair involve, “inspiring visitors to discover the best of the local and regional art scene, from its fascinating history through to its modern-day icons and emerging talent.”...

February 17, 2018

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Conversations In Ceramics: A Homegrown Exhibition...
Hong Kong has successfully established itself as the art hub of Asia. Auction houses, galleries, and various art institutions have flocked to the city, exposing the public to works by international and regional artists, both renowned and upcoming. Simultaneously blossoming, although perhaps with a lower profile, is the local Hong Kong art scene. Over the past few years there has been a significant rise in efforts promoting the works of talented Hong Kong artists. Conversations in Ceramics, c...

January 15, 2018

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Art made Accessible: India’s First Contemporary Sculpture Park...
Originally built as a retreat for Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh II and his six queens in the 1880s, the Madhavendra Palace in Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur, is now home to India’s first contemporary Sculpture Park. Featuring works by 15 Indian, and 8 international artists, the park has been officially open to the public since Dec. 10th of this year. This project was realized through the collaborative efforts between several entities, including non-profit organization Saath Saath Arts Foundation, the gov...

December 15, 2017

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