Tag Archives: Bani Abidi

Sarnath Banerjee: Enchanted Geography

Elizabeth Prendiville of Saffronart discusses Sarnath Banerjee’s newest Berlin-based work “Enchanted Geography”  New York: Sarnath Banerjee has delved into several disciplines in his career. Although he started with an academic career in the natural sciences and biochemistry, he has now … Continue reading

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I Lie to Them- Based on a True Story

Elizabeth Prendiville of Saffronart shares a note on the latest MAGASIN curatorial project I cannot trust quotations. They always lie, because essentially they are paratruths. Speak with your own words, clumsy, unconvincing and unintelligible, but yours. And don’t forget that … Continue reading

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Guggenheim’s No Country: Contemporary Art from South and South East Asia: A Review

Manjari Sihare reviews the Guggenheim’s latest exhibition – No Country: Contemporary Art from South and South East Asia  New York:  The exhibition, No Country: Contemporary Art from South and South East Asia represents the diversity of contemporary artistic practice from … Continue reading

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Snapshots of ‘No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia’ at Guggenheim New York

Manjari Sihare shares images of select works from the current Guggenheim South Asia exhibit New York: In the recent past, we have re-blogged several essays commissioned by the Guggenheim UBS MAP Initiative for their inaugural show on South and South … Continue reading

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Hanging Fire: Contemporary Art from Pakistan

Josheen Oberoi revisits the seminal 2009 exhibition Hanging Fire at Asia Society, New York New York: Asia Society, the premier global institution promoting understanding between Asia and the United States, held the first museum survey exhibition of contemporary Pakistani art … Continue reading

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Ali Adil Khan’s Top 10 from the Art of Pakistan Auction (November 7-8, 2012)

Guest contributor and prolific collector, Ali Adil Khan picks his top works in Saffronart’s Art of Pakistan Auction  Toronto: My top ten favorite works in the Art of Pakistan Auction have been listed in the slideshow below in order of priority … Continue reading

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Miniatures: Survival of a Revival

Guest blogger, Ali Adil Khan shares his views on contemporary miniature paintings from Pakistan Toronto: We are experiencing a modern revival of the miniature painting tradition that is unrivaled. This contemporary miniature art movement, emanating from a premier art institute … Continue reading

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Anupam Poddar on Art from Pakistan

Yamini Telkar of Saffronart in conversation with Delhi collector Anupam Poddar  New Delhi: Anupam Poddar, undoubtedly one of India’s most important contemporary art collectors, hardly needs an introduction. Poddar has been acknowledged worldwide as a premier patron in the ArtReview … Continue reading

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Kamran Anwar’s Top 5 from the Art of Pakistan Auction (Nov 07-08 2012)

Elisabetta Marabotto of Saffronart in conversation with collector Kamran Anwar “I find these artists and their works to be path breaking within the context of the time they were produced and the sheer ability to handle form with fineness and … Continue reading

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Bani Abidi at dOCUMENTA (13)

Sneha Sikand of Saffronart on Bani Abidi’s latest video installation Kassel: On view at the latest installment of dOCUMENTA is a video installation by artist Bani Abidi. The project titled ‘Death at a 30 Degree Angle’ was commissioned by the Sharjah Art Foundation and will be … Continue reading

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