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South Asian curators' art exhibition on view

Culminating a South Asian fellowship programme for art curators, 13 exhibitions curated by CISA Fellows from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, are on view in New Delhi till December 10.
Dec 8, 2018
Culminating a South Asian fellowship programme for art curators, 13 exhibitions curated by CISA Fellows from India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, are on view in New Delhi till December 10.
 
Organised by Khoj International Artists' Association in partnership with Goethe Institut, the Curatorial Intensive South Asia (CISA) 2018 Programme, which also includes Iran, aims to "develop the next generation of promising curators in South Asia".
 
The exhibitions will run at Khoj Studio and Studio Khirki here.
 
The exhibitions and curators include Sania Galundia ('Somewhere in Between'), Sharareh Bajracharya ('Sediments: Resisting Anonymity'), Rahul Gudipudi ('The Unspoken Word'), Aziz Sohail ('Making Place'), Sumitra ('So You Think You Know the Closet?'), NayanTara Gurung Kakshapati ('The Public Life of Women: A Feminist Memory Project') and Sumedha Bhattacharya and Hediyeh Azma ('The Body as Archive').
 
Also included are Nayomi Apsara ('Loafing Art'), Naveen Mahantesh ('Could Be Urbanism | Shayad Shahari Hai'), Anuj Daga ('Under Construction'), Yasaman Tamizkar ('Ilaj') and Shimul Saha ('Past Doesn't Have Any Vanishing Point').

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