With a holistic approach, this touring exhibition and artistic collective research project aims at exploring the multiple stories of Asian cocoa and chocolate from a historical, anthropological, cultural, ecological and socio-economic perspective, including its medical and gastronomic facets.
Combining artistic expression and knowledge production, it attempts to highlight the complexities and challenges at stake behind chocolate bars.
Shifting Vistas: 250 Years of Scottish Landscape presents a fascinating selection of historic and contemporary artworks by over 30 different artists. Drawn from the City Art Centre’s renowned collection of Scottish art, the display features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculptures. Showcased artists include Alexander Nasmyth, John Lavery, SJ Peploe, William Gillies, Joan Eardley, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Jon Schueler, Carol Rhodes, Victoria Crowe, Kate Downie, Ravi Agarwal and Ade Adesina.
Unstill Waters: Contemporary Photography from India foregrounds landscapes of India, real and reimagined, as powerful means of examining environmental and social issues concerning us all. Through still and moving image, seriality, and portraiture, five leading contemporary artists explore rapidly changing natural and built environments in India, from riverbanks, ancient forests, and city streets to surreal symbolic settings.
Anant Art is pleased to announce Naya Anjor, a group exhibition curated by Arushi Vats welding distinct artistic approaches that are keeping vigil against the extractive occupations of mountains, forests and rivers in South Asia. Inspired by a song by Faguram Yadav, a poet at the heart of Chattisgarh Mukti Morcha, the exhibition presents collective imaginaries, narrative flights and stories of resistance struggles as vital sources against anthropocenic nihilism and will be on view from 2 December – 12 December 2022 at Center for Contemporary Arts, Bikaner House. “Naya Anjor”, which translates to a “new ray” harks to the promise of Octavia Butler’s radical assertion: “There is nothing new under the sun, but there are new suns.”
Preview: 19 August 2022
On view until 25 August 2022
Pandara Road, New Delhi
The exhibition, which is staged at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Wifredo Lam, is titled “The construction of the possible” and aims to continue its founding principles of equality and justice, “taking into account the conditions of a world in which nuclear and war-mongering threats, xenophobia, racism, forced displacement, fascist tendencies, violence against those who are different, ethnic-cultural conflicts, inequality, terrorism, the systematic use of lies have intensified, and an environmental crisis that threatens the survival of the human species itself,” according to exhibition materials. – Artnews
The ongoing project traverses and contrasts a personal memory of a desert homeland in a now abandoned ancestral home with new exploitation of the ‘barren’ landscape. Pointing towards the loss of the local leading to the breakdown of ecological constructs of identity, food systems, water, and land, the terrain is now increasingly thought of as infertile, leading to it being a ground for nuclear testing, new industrial mining and capital intensive irrigation canals. Meanwhile, the dried up wells, ponds, loss of livelihoods, and the slow disappearance of a rich culture is leading to another kind of human evacuation. Yet, what is considered bare or barren is in fact deeply inhabited and fertile in multiple ways.
PAV Parco Arte Vivente presents Ecologies of Loss, the first Italian solo exhibition of the Indian artist Ravi Agarwal. Curated by Marco Scotini, this exhibition continues the investigation into the relationship between artistic practices and ecological thought in the Asian context, begun with the solo exhibition of the Chinese artist Zheng Bo. This research wants to take stock of the “centrality of Asia in the climate crisis” as claimed by Amitav Ghosh.
The Familiar is Always a Stranger François Daireaux Ravi Agarwal December 13th, 2017 - January 13th, 2018 Gallery Espace as part of Bonjour India, Institut Francis India and Alliance Francaise, India Catalogue under Catalouge/Books Section of...
After the Crash" curated by Camilla Boemio at Botanical Garden Museum of Roma, ISWA European Project, 2011
Nadar / Prakriti Date: 27 July - 20 October 2018 Time: Tues-Sat, 10am-6pm (Wednesdays 2-6pm) Price: Free NadarIPrakriti is the first solo UK exhibition by Indian artist Ravi Agarwal, including new prints commissioned and published by EdinburghPrintmakers. Ravi...
Ravi Agarwal: The Room of the Seas and The Room of the Sands. Photographs, videos, dairy, text.
A Feast of Sorts Ravi Agarwal, 2014 Levi Strauss’s Culinary Triangle draws a connection between “nature” and “culture.” It points towards the idea of food as a need which goes beyond mere survival, but which generates traditions, cultures and politics. Food shapes...
From: http://www.iberiart.org/EnExhibitinDetails.aspx?id=142 Exhibition Title：examples to follow！expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability Artists：Ravi Agarwal (IND) | Jennifer Allora& Guillermo Calzadilla (US | CU) | NéleAzevedo (BR) | Richard Box (GB) | Ines...
From: http://www.guildindia.com/SHOWS/OfValueandLabour-RaviAgarwal/Press-Release.htm THE GUILD 16th December, 2011 – 2nd January, 2012 The Guild is delighted to present ‘Of Value and Labour’ the first solo exhibition of Ravi Agarwal in the city of Mumbai previewing...
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My engagements as a photographer and social activist have been an important part of my life. However this particular intense journey with people who eke a living as migrant laborers, was initiated through a collaboration with Jan Breman (co-author of the book) in...
Generation in Transition. New Art from India Until 6 November 2011 Zachęta National Gallery of Art Pl. Małachowskiego 3 00-916 Warsaw T (48 22) 556 96 01 press [at] zacheta.art.pl www.zacheta.art.p The Generation in Transition exhibition presents the artworks of a...
September 10 – November 11, 2011
Curated by Maya Kóvskaya, PhD
September 2 – September 25
Artists: Ravi Agarwal, Sheba Chhachhi, Gauri Gill, Han Bing, Samar Jodha, Malekeh Nayiny, Tejal Shah, Waswo X Waswo, and O Zhang
TOLSTOY FARM - ARCHIVE OF UTOPIACurated by Gayatri Sinha 27TH APRIL 11 - 19TH MAY 11ASIM WAQIFSUHASINI KEJRIWALADITYA PANDEAKSHAY RATHOREANITA DUBEARCHANA HANDEARPITA SINGHBHARTI KHERGIGI SCARIAJAGANNATH PANDAK.P.REJIMITHU SENRAVI AGARWALRIYAS KOMUVIVEK VILASINI...
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Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh 21 Jan – 11 April 2010 This landmark exhibition gives an inside view of how modern India, Pakistan and Bangladesh have been shaped through the lens of their photographers. From the...
GROUP SHOW: Detour, Curated by: Ranjit Hoskote
Chemould Prescott Road
December 18th, 2009 – January 9th, 2010
Curator: Deeksha Nath
Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Kolkata
RE-CLAIM / RE-CITE / RE-CYCLE
April 22, 2009 to April 30, 2009
Travancore Art Gallery
Serpentine Gallery 10 Dec 2008 to 22 Feb 2009 Indian Highway Following the remarkable and rapid economic, social and cultural developments in India, Indian Highway was a timely presentation of the pioneering work being made in the country. The culmination of extensive...
September 1st - November 2nd, 2008 The Devi Art Foundation opens with its inaugural exhibition “Still Moving Image,” a selection of video and photography made by 24 Indian artists. The exhibition, curated by Deeksha Nath and Shweta Wahi, brings to view key...
8 June – 15 September 2002, Artistic Director: Okwui Enwezor
Venues: Museum Fridericianum, documenta-Halle, Kulturbahnhof / Balikino, Binding-Brauerei, Orangerie, Karlsaue, Kasseler Innenstadt / Nordstadt