Priyanka and Prateek Raja on Experimenter Curators’ Hub – interview


Gallery directors Priyanka and Prateek Raja share their experiences of developing discourse around contemporary visual art in South Asia and beyond.

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“It is Not Necessary to Understand Everything”: Bangladeshi artist Naeem Mohaiemen at Tensta Konsthall, Sweden


Naeem Mohaiemen excavates national and personal histories in his film essay “It is Not Necessary to Understand Everything” on show at the Swedish Tensta Konsthall.

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Contextualising Contemporary South Asian art: Diana Campbell Betancourt on Dhaka Art Summit 2016 – interview


Chief Curator Diana Campbell Betancourt speaks to Art Radar about the third edition of Dhaka Art Summit.

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6 artists contemplate freedom in “Waiting for the Wind” – in pictures


An exhibition in Kolkata, India, delves into issues of militarisation, violence, captivity and freedom through the work of six artists.

“Waiting for the Wind”, at Kolkata’s Experimenter gallery from 7 March to 26 April 2014, features Indian, Egyptian, Bangladeshi and Lebanese artists whose videos, installations and images explore issues of militarisation, violence, captivity and freedom.

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South Asia in focus: 5 curated shows at Dhaka Art Summit 2014


Art Radar highlights five curated shows at the 2014 edition of Dhaka Art Summit.

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Inspiring India: Experimenter Curators’ Hub 2013


The Experimenter Curators’ Hub, 26 to 27 July 2013, brings together ten international curators to discuss curatorial practices at a “crucial juncture” in India’s contemporary art history.

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Contemporary artists weigh in on world issues on Creative Time Reports – resource alert


Creative Time Reports, a multimedia website dedicated to artists’ commentary and analysis on contemporary issues from around the world, was launched in October 2012.

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