Emerging Indian artists to benefit from new digital platform – stART&D


Film on Indian installation artist Shilpa Gupta’s ‘I live under your sky too’ marks the inauguration of stART&D, a new online platform promoting emerging artists from India.

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How do time gaps affect urban spaces? Young Indian artist Prajakta Potnis explores


The third solo presentation of Prajakta Potnis with The Guild gallery in Mumbai, entitled “time lapse”, explores the intimate and public spaces of Mumbai and Kolkata through the meshes of time.

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Indian Highway: Opening borders of dialogue between China, India – round up


Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) is host to the fifth leg of “Indian Highway”, an exhibition that adds a new level of juxtaposition between the two developing countries.

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Delhi’s artist-led United Art Fair opposes ‘monopolised aesthetic’


The artist-centred United Art Fair, which aims to move away from the “monopolisation of aesthetics” by mainstream art, will feature 520 emerging and established Indian artists selected from 1,850 entries.

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Experimenter’s 2012 Curators’ Hub probes South Asian art practice – event alert


On 27 and 28 July 2012, Experimenter in Kolkata will hold the second edition of its Curators’ Hub programme. As part of this year’s conference, ten curators will give presentations.

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Asian Art Museum’s “Phantoms of Asia”: 5 Indian artists contemplate tradition


In a survey exhibition at San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum, five contemporary Indian artists create works that talk with the artifacts they sit next to.

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Knowledge larger than life: Indian artist group Raqs’ big book Vancouver installation


New Delhi based Raqs Media Collective creates a site-specific work entitled Primary Education of the Auto-didact, which focuses on an independent approach to interpretation.

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India’s largest steel sculpture: Kiran Nadar unveils new Subodh Gupta acquisition


The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art recently unveiled blue-chip Indian artist Subodh Gupta’s Line of Control. The colossal sculpture displays a mushroom cloud made of pieces of steel kitchenware.

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