under Janice Pariat

Artist Adip Dutta’s debut solo has succeeded in taking reality by surprise

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25 Aug 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

At a residency in Goa, a photographer is trying to revive the world’s first widely publicised process of developing photographs

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6 May 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

For a while now, a clutch of Indian photographers has been grasping at the idea of ‘home’. What their gaze alights on is not even always a physical space

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6 May 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

The Second World War years linger in this hill town in strange ways, and none more unusual than in its abiding fondness for Willys jeeps

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14 Apr 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

Chronicling the past as well as documenting the contemporary, Banerjee playfully counts our losses

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6 Apr 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

Alain Paiement uses a technique called mapping to put together hundreds of shots that offer an artistic aerial view of life

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1 Apr 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

Twelve artists toy with gender constructs, social compliance, colonial history and the innocence of childhood in this show on dolls

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23 Mar 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

A tribute to the renaissance lady of Manipur

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9 Feb 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

Bharti Kher’s new installation is an exploration of the light-and-dark dichotomy of everyday life

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20 Jan 2011 | BY Janice Pariat

The Turner Prize-nominated Otolith Group is in India for the first time with a trilogy of films made over the past decade

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23 Dec 2010 | BY Janice Pariat
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