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Nandita Raman

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2017

Nandita Raman, <i>Untitled #17 (Moti)</i>, <i>Cinema Playhouse</i>, 2009

Nandita Raman, Untitled #17 (Moti), Cinema Playhouse, 2009

Nandita Raman at George Eastman Museum

Nandita Raman’s series on India’s disappearing cinema house culture will be on view at the George Eastman Museum.

There will be an Artist Talk and Tour with Nandita Raman and Curatorial Assistant William Green.

Friday, November 10, 2017, 12 p.m.
ARTIST TALK AND GALLERY TOUR (link)

November 11, 2017–May 13, 2018
Nandita Raman: Cinema Play House
George Eastman Museum
Rochester, NY


Nandita Raman, <i>Untitled #5 (Natraj)</i>, 2009

Nandita Raman, Untitled #5 (Natraj), 2009

Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Atul Bhalla, and Nandita Raman in Part Narratives

Part Narratives at the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai is curated by Gayatri Sinha. The exhibition features works by Nandita Raman, Atul Bhalla, & Annu Palakunnathu Matthew work alongside many other incredible artists.

“In 2017, the Partition of India is marked by its 70th anniversary. Drawing on the readings of departure and partial histories, the exhibition Part Narratives commemorates this event, and brings the art production that surrounded it within museum and art discourse. At the same time it turns our attention to issues of migration as they beset the world at present, to the long shadow of Partition and its passage through time.”

Press:
15 August 2017 Maharashtra Times LINK Press Release (PDF)
15 August 2017 Matters of Art LINK Press Release (PDF)
19 August 2017 Verve LINK Press Release (PDF)
24 August 2017 The Wall LINK Press Release (PDF)
28 August 2017 The Times of India LINK Press Release (PDF)
01 September 2017 The Hindu LINK Press Release (PDF)
15 September 2017 The Hindu Business Line – BLink LINK Press Release (PDF)

13 August – 19 September 2017
Part Narratives
Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai


Installation View of Atul Bhalla's work in <i>Part Narrative</i>

Installation View of Atul Bhalla's work in Part Narrative

sepiaEYE Artists in Part Narrative

sepiaEYE artists Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Atul Bhalla, and Nandita Raman are amongst a dozen artists in a wonderful multi-disciplinary show curated by Gayatri Sinha. Part Narratives will be on view through January 21, 2017 at Bikaner House, New Delhi.

7 – 21 January 2017
Part Narratives
Curated by Gayatri Sinha
Bikaner House, New Delhi


2015

Installation view of <i>I need my memories. They are my documents.</i> Photo by Nandita Raman.

Installation view of I need my memories. They are my documents. Photo by Nandita Raman.

sepiaEYE Artist and Curator Nandita Raman ICP Inteview Series

sepiaEYE Artist Nandita Raman— and Curator of our exhibition, “I need my memories. They are my documents.”— has conducted a series of interviews with the artists in the show for the International Center of Photography website. Check out her interviews with Pradeep Dalal, Osamu James Nakagawa, Neal Oshima, and Shambhavi Kaul.


2014

Nandita Raman, video still from Should I Put It Down. 5:30 mins.

Nandita Raman, video still from Should I Put It Down. 5:30 mins.

Nandita Raman in A Different Order at Vienna Art Week

A Different Order is a two person exhibition and gallery talk that traces two different constructs of utopia as seen in India– the Western modernist city of Chandigarh built in the 1950s under Le Corbusier, and the Maha Kumbh Mela in Allahabad which takes place every 12 years and can involve up to 40 million pilgrims. This sculptural, filmic, and photographic exhibition by Nandita Raman and Kay Walkowiak explores the concepts of failed utopia and the yearning for one.

17 – 23 November 2014
A Different Order
Vienna Art Week
Franz Josefs Kai 3