Tag Archives: Jitish Kallat

Kallat for Kochi

Aaina Bhargava of Saffronart on Jitish Kallat’s appointment as the curator for the second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennial in 2014.   London: Jitish Kallat, by any standard, is one of the internationally most well established Indian contemporary artists.  Which … Continue reading

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Aesthetic Bind – Celebrating Fifty Years of Contemporary Art

Aaina Bhargava of Saffronart on Citizen – Artist 2013, the second exhibition in a series of five in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Chemould Prescott Gallery. London: September 2013 – April 2014 has and will be an exciting time … Continue reading

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Jitish Kallat @ Thinking Big

Shradha Ramesh of Saffronart follows the auction of Public Notice 2 at Thinking Big in London New York:  Through Jitish Kallat’s Public Notice series emerges a new visual vocabulary that reiterates powerful speeches given by our Nation’s leaders- Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal … Continue reading

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In conversation: Shumita and Arani Bose with Dinesh Vazirani

Josheen Oberoi shares a recording of a talk between Shumita and Arani Bose and Dinesh Vazirani  New York: Saffronart hosted a preview for their forthcoming Autumn Art Auction, last Saturday in New York. The auction, which will take place on September … Continue reading

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“Readymades”: How Ordinary Objects Become Works of Art

Shradha Ramesh explores the art of some of the South Asian artists who continued this tradition initiated by Marcel Duchamp New York: Ever wondered if stainless steel utensils would be an artwork? Well, for Subodh Gupta (born 1964), they are … Continue reading

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Jitish Kallat: Overturning Expectations Through Artistic Dynamism

Ipshita Sen of Saffronart shares a note on Jitish Kallat’s recent work New York: If there were one versatile and imaginative contemporary Indian artist, who, through his art evoked spiraling chains of thought and overturned expectations, it would be Jitish Kallat. Topping … Continue reading

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Dhaka Art Summit 2014

Rashi Parekh of Saffronart announces the forthcoming Dhaka Art Summit   Mumbai: The Dhaka Art Summit organized by the Samdani Art Foundation, a non-profit art infrastructure development organization, aims to support and promote Bangladeshi contemporary art internationally. The first edition of the … Continue reading

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French Distinction “Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters” Conferred on Subodh Gupta

Medha Kapur shares a note on Subodh Gupta’s knighting ceremony in Mumbai. Mumbai: On the inaugural Indo-French festival, Bonjour India, the French government bestowed the award of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts … Continue reading

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JITISH KALLAT | Ian Potter Museum of Art at The University of Melbourne

Medha Kapur shares a note on Jitish Kallat’s first solo exhibition in an Australian museum. Melbourne, October 2012 to April 2013: Renowned contemporary artist Jitish Kallat reconfigures his remarkable installation, Circa, first produced for the Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai. Circa was created as a … Continue reading

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FIAC, Paris – An Art Fair Showcasing the Regulars

Guest blogger Kanika Anand shares her impressions of FIAC and its representation of Indian artists  Paris: Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain, popularly know by the acronym FIAC, is France’s primary fair of contemporary art, hosted at the Grand Palais in Paris in … Continue reading

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