“Here After Here”: India’s Jitish Kallat – artist profile


Jitish Kallat’s “Here After Here” at the National Gallery of Modern Art in New Delhi features the artist’s work spanning 1992-2017.

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Growing grass for dogs: Curating with Indian artist Jitish Kallat in Melbourne – interview


In an interview with Bala Starr, co-curator of “Jitish Kallat: Circa”, Art Radar gains some insight into how the exhibition came about and what it is like to work with Jitish Kallat.

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Jitish Kallat talks about Saatchi exhibition of Indian works to Economist – video


INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART EXHIBITIONS LONDON VIDEO Between January and May this year, Indian contemporary artist Jitish Kallat displayed seven pieces, paintings, sculptures and installations, at Saatchi Gallery, London with 23 other contemporary Indian artists in an exhibition called “The Empire … Continue reading

"The Empire Strikes Back – Indian art Today" at Saatchi Gallery: critics' review roundup


INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART “The Empire Strikes Back: Indian Art Today” opened on 28 January 2010 at Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, London. It has received attention from critics interested in both the cultural implications of contemporary Indian art in British society … Continue reading

Which 5 Indian artists would you dare to buy now?


CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ART Which artists from the Indian subcontinent are most likely to have a market in 10 years time? Think about it for a moment and then compare your results with those below. Top 5 Ranking: 1. Subodh Gupta … Continue reading

Art Dubai 2009 – who sold what to whom? 15 galleries talk to Art Radar


MIDDLE EAST ART FAIR Which artists were favourites? 15 exhibitor galleries talk to Art Radar in the final day of the fair about sales, attendance and some new collector trends. Summary: Middle Eastern collectors showing first signs of interest in East Asian art … Continue reading

Indian contemporary art survey Chalo at Mori in Japan to March 2009


    INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ART SURVEY Chalo! India: A New Era of Indian Art 22 November to 15 March 2009 From the press release: “Chalo” is Hindi for “Let’s go.” With the words “Chalo! India” (Let’s go! India), we invite … Continue reading