An exhibition of contemporary art acquisitions at Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum


Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum presents an exhibition of its contemporary Indian art acquisitions, the first of its kind at the Museum.

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What to see in Paris during FIAC 2017


Art Radar selects a few events and highlights not to miss at and during FIAC 2017 in Paris.

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“That Photo We never got”: Indian artist Shilpa Gupta’s meta-narratives at Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong


Asia Art Archive presents “That Photo We Never Got”, Shilpa Gupta’s meta-narrative on incomplete stories and connections in Indian art history.

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Sotheby’s auction of South Asian Modern and Contemporary art on eBay – event alert


Sotheby’s auction of modern and contemporary art from South Asia will live stream on eBay. As part of the auction house’s New York Asia Art Week presenting a number of sales of Asian art and antiques as well as selling … Continue reading

Nalini Malani visualises the influence of globalisation on India – Asia Society video interview


Nalini Malani talks about globalisation and the changing Indian culture in a video interview with Asia Society in New York where her 2009 video installation Transgressions II is currently being exhibited.

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Indian artist Nalini Malani talks myth, metaphor and women – interview


Winner of the Fukuoka Arts and Culture Prize 2013, Indian artist Nalini Malani talks to Art Radar about her search for a language that transcends boundaries and being a woman in a man’s world.

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India and Thailand honoured in Fukuoka Arts and Culture Prize 2013


The prestigious Fukuoka Prize, established in 1990 in Kyushu, Japan, announced visual artist Nalini Malani and filmmaker Apitchatpong Weerasethakul as winners of the Arts and Culture Prizes, on 7 June 2013.

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Indian art season in France: installation dominates 2 major museum shows


Work by a plethora of Indian artists is on show at two French museums: “Paris-Delhi-Bombay” at the Centre Pompidou (Paris) and “Indian Highway IV” at MAC (Lyons).

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