Hearts on Fire — Reflections on Parsi photography: past, present and future
This exhibition presented works by thirteen artists on the nature of Parsi identity, exploring the diverse ways in which the Parsi community has been visually represented and placing specific emphasis on contemporary images amidst shifting narratives of memory and belonging.
On the Brink | A solo exhibition by Martand Khosla
As both an artist and a practicing architect, Khosla is deeply involved with the built environment and he sees his artistic practice as an exploration of the continual regeneration of our cities. This is Khosla’s third exhibition with Nature Morte.
Joydeb Roaja’s solo exhibition at Jhaveri Contemporary
View installation images of Joydeb Roaja’s solo and access the exhibition essay written by Diana Campbell
Ground Control: a solo by the late Kanishka Raja
Acutely erudite in music and equally conversant in literature, politics, philosophy and history, he was an artist who could lead the viewer to enter his work from different points of view.
Experimenter present Kallol Datta’s second solo at the gallery titled Volume 3 Issue 2
For Volume 3 Issue 2 , Datta roots his interest through exploration of sculptural forms constructed in textiles, from the native wear of the Late Showa Period in Japan and old Indian sarees, both made between 1945 – 1989.
Vivan Sundaram’s exhibition titled ‘Gagawaka: Making Strange’
This exhibition of wearable art was produced in association with fashion designer Pratima Pandey and with the assistance of Tanmay Gupta. Read the exhibition concept and view the installation and performance images.
Vivan Sundaram’s solo exhibition titled ‘Trash’
Vivan Sundaram’s exhibition, ‘Trash’, develops a theme that he has engaged since 1997. Based on the economy and aesthetics of second-hand goods and urban waste, ‘Trash’ recalls Sundaram’s installation, ‘Great Indian Bazaar’ (1997) and carries over parts of his large exhibition ‘living.it.out.in.delhi’ (2005).
From Here to Eternity: Sunil Gupta. A Retrospective
The show invites audiences to experience temporal and epistemic shifts translated through the affective visual delicacies produced through Gupta’s optical lexicon.
Devi Art Foundation – expanding access to artwork and art practice
The Foundation emerged from collectors Lekha Poddar and her son Anupam Poddar expanding their personal interests in art to facilitating wider public engagement with artistic practice and curatorial interventions.
Queer Anticipation: Sunil Gupta, Prem Sahib, and Jake Grewal in Conversation with Dr. Natasha Bissonauth
On 19 May 2021 art historian Dr. Natasha Bissonauth moderated a conversation between artists Sunil Gupta, Prem Sahib, and Jake Grewal. In this discussion the three London-based artists shared insights into their individual practices and offered an entryway into thinking and seeing through queer South Asian diasporic aesthetics.