Art

Between the Personal and the Political — Two Art Projects by Akshay Sethi

In Akshay Sethi’s artistic oeuvre, the artwork can become a site of excavation, revelation and disambiguation, bringing forth visuals of… Read More

7 months ago

Drawing Voices From a Well of Silence — Two Illustrative Works by Khytul Abyad

Emerging Kashmiri artist Khytul Abyad brings us two of her illustrative works that can be viewed as standalone pieces or… Read More

10 months ago

Book Launch — Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration (Harvard University Press, 2020) — by Nicole R. Fleetwood (via MoMA PS1)

Here is the video and discussion for the book launch of "Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration"… Read More

11 months ago

The Kimberley Coronavirus Animation — Feature and Interview with Director and Producer Bernadette Trench-Thiedeman

The Kimberley Coronavirus Animation combines the joint effort of contemporary artists and professionals, from filmmakers, directors, painters, animators, sound engineers,… Read More

12 months ago

Using Public Art to Narrow the Gaps

After his father was killed in a 1976 terrorist attack by agents of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet in Washington, D.C.,… Read More

1 year ago

Event: VATAPI By Vishal K. Dar & Poppy Seed Lab at Black Box Okhla

From January 30 to February 4, 12 audience members enter every 30 minutes to experience a site-specific field of sculpture,… Read More

1 year ago

The Art and Politics of Ecology in India: A Roundtable with Ravi Agarwal and Sanjay Kak — by TJ Demos

Writer and professor, T.J. Demos, converses with contemporary artist and environmental activist Ravi Agarwal and documentary filmmaker and writer Sanjay… Read More

1 year ago

Ibn Khaldun's The Muqadimmah — Shuddhabrata Sengupta in Conversation with Jocelyne Dakhlia and Justin Stearns

A discussion on the importance of Ibn Khaldun's "The Muqadimmah" moderated by artist/curator/writer Shuddhabrata Sengupta in conversation with Jocelyne Dakhlia… Read More

1 year ago

Decussate Art: The Artful Collaborations of Waswo X. Waswo and R. Vijay — by Amjad Majid

In this extensive review, Amjad Majid introduces “Like a Leaf in Autumn,” the latest exhibition by Waswo X. Waswo in… Read More

1 year ago

Event: Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories and Visual Cultures — Chulalongkorn University and University of Sydney

"Gender in Southeast Asian Art Histories and Visual Cultures Art, Design and Canon-making? A gathering of international researchers and creative… Read More

2 years ago