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Proposing an Exhibition Without Art: ‘at the kitchen table’ curated by Reliable Copy

On view at 1Shanthiroad Studio/Gallery in Bangalore, ‘at the kitchen table’is an exhibition of documents that stand in for the absent artworks. The documents on view include cookbooks, videos, and materials related to and representing artworks and extended art practices in the form of newsletters, police reports, posters, recordings of lecture-performances, slide show presentations, proposal documents and more.

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‘Reena Saini Kallat: Blind Spots/ Scotoma’

This exhibition could easily have been called A Border Tale. Because it deals with the divisions created and engendered by man to separate people by faith, by ideology and by colour, it takes on a special significance in today’s global environment of bias, mistrust and discrimination.

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‘Manisha Parekh: A River Inside’

A River Inside, Manisha Parekh's latest show in Mumbai at the Jhaveri Contemporary gallery, was rooted in the line in its various forms. It showed off various shapes and forms, most notable being the layered perforated stories she created with handmade paper.

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‘Know…Not This’

While the contemporary art scenario is busy debating over ideas and images, Khanjan Dalal and Radhika Hamlai bring to us the process of discovering the image in the experience of making it. Both the artists showed their work at Gallery 079, Ahmedabad in November 2019.

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Seema Kohli’s ‘A Circle of Our Own’

Cutting across faith and caste people have been flocking the Nizamuddin Basti in Delhi. All come for relief from physical ailments and some for just blessings from the Sufi saint. It was the midst of this area that the Delhi based artist Seema Kohli chose to exhibit her latest show, A Circle Of Our Own.

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Exploring the Potential of Stillness

In this age of the internet, we have a group of artists presented as ‘Neti-netizens’. Curated by Girish Shahane at Gallery Threshold, these ‘Vanguards’ bring forth a legacy that produces meditative imagery, which differs refreshingly from the populist present-day avant-garde expression.

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A Curious Inheritance

Kansara seems obsessed with his family. He records and rerecords conversations around the dining table; his grandparents sleeping and moaning and reminiscing, projecting videos previously recorded, onto wall spaces and then re-recording them.

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Silent Celebration: Recent Works by Dilip Chobisa

The recent exhibition of art works by Dilip Chobisa titled as ‘Silent Celebration’ was held at Anant Art Gallery, Lado Sarai, New Delhi. The exhibition was on view from March 5, 2010 to March 25, 2010. Dilip is one of the intense young artists who was born in Udaipur, completed art education from Faculty of Fine Arts, M S University, Baroda and practices from the same place.

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