“Sealed Time”: Nadia Kaabi-Linke on historical memory and the legacy of colonialism – interview


Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s sculpture practices often engages with the materiality of historical memory, particularly in relation to the legacy of colonialism as it exists in relation to the European nation state’s bureaucracy systems. Art Radar talked to Nadia Kaabi-Linke about her latest retrospective exhibition “Sealed Time”.

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“Sub-Plots: Laughing in the Vernacular”: Exploring Indian contemporary art with a sense of humour – curator interview


Curated by Meena Vari and supported by Sakshi Gallery, this exhibition is on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), Mumbai until 14 January 2018.

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“Crash Dig Dwell”: intersecting art and architecture with Indian artists Asim Waqif and Yamini Nayar – in conversation


“Crash Dig Dwell” features sculpture and photography by Indian artists Asim Waqif and Yamini Nayar at Jhaveri Contemporary, Mumbai.

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Artist Job Fair: a project by Wok The Rock with Videshiiya & friends


Indonesian artist Wok the Rock criticises the precarity of art world labour conditions with Yogyakarta-based collective project titled “Artist Job Fair”.

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“Where the Water Takes Us”: weaving histories through time and space with Rithika Merchant in Mumbai – in conversation


Rithika Merchant’s first solo show at TARQ in Mumbai showcases her characteristic idioms of epics and myths to explore issues of migration, displacement and belonging.

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Transforming lost urban spaces: the Sassoon Dock Art Project in Mumbai – interview


This unique initiative includes the works of both Indian and international artists and will be open to the public until 30 December 2017.

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Curiosity and the role of the artist: Vietnamese artist and filmmaker Nguyen Trinh Thi – interview


Hanoi-based artist Nguyen Trinh Thi’s career weaves stories about her home country Vietnam within the broader historical, cultural, and political realities of Southeast Asia.

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