Atul Bhalla’s I Was Not Waving but Drowning at Harvard Art Museum

Atul Bhalla, <i>I Was Not Waving But Drowning II</i> (detail), 2005


Atul Bhalla, I Was Not Waving But Drowning II (detail), 2005

Atul Bhalla’s sequence of 14 photographs capturing his “act of submergence in the Yamuna River,” was acquired by the museum’s Department of Islamic & Later Indian Art in 2008. It is currently on view to the beginning of April, with two artist events in March.

Atul Bhalla
I Was Not Waving but Drowning
December 3, 2010–April 2, 2011
Gallery Talk: “Through the Artist’s Lens: Exploration of the Photographic Works of Atul Bhalla,” March 2, 3:30 pm.
Panel Discussion: “In Conversation with Atul Bhalla,” March 3, 5:30 pm.

Harvard Art Museums
32 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

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