Waste Land | Curated by Birgid Uccia
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Reused and Reborn
Waste, like death, is inevitable. As curator Birgid Uccia writes in her note about the ongoing group exhibition ‘Waste Land’ at Tarq in Mumbai. “Even an ideal society shall always generate remains as a sine qua non of the cycle of production and consumption.10 Aug 2018Read More
Waste Land: Expulsion of today into yesterday and tomorrow
The connotations of the term ‘waste’ are many but what dogs us today is the ignorant consumerism that creates displeasure through waste as a byproduct of consumption to each one of us. The world appears to be separated by the era before polythene products and after it.01 Aug 2018Read More
Walking into a mirage
Seven artists conjure surreal artworks out of discarded elements at Waste Land, an ongoing group exhibition at Tarq. Curated by Birgid Uccia, Waste Land is part of the biennial public diplomacy campaign, “70 years of Swiss-Indian Friendship: Connecting Minds - Inspiring the Future” by the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai.20 Jul 2018Read More
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As part of the public diplomacy campaign "70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship: Connecting Minds - Inspiring the Future" of the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai, TARQ has organised an exhibition that attempts to address the growing concern of waste management. Curated by art historian Birgid Uccia, Waste Land features seven contemporary artists-Aaditi Joshi, Asim Waqif, Boshudhara Mukherjee, Kausik Mukhopadhyay, Kaushik Saha, Prashant Pandey and Tanya Goel-who have transformed the refuse of society into works of art, and sparked a dialogue for environmental change in the process.
Saffron Art03 Jul 2018
Enter a waste land
As part of the biennale public diplomacy campaign"70 Years of Swiss Indian Friendship", the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai has organised an exhibition titled Waste Land. The TS Eliot-inspired title attempts to looks at waste with new eyes. While it refers to trash, the exhibition also looks at how the refuse of society also contains memory10 Jun 2018Read More
Enter the World of Boshudhara Mukherjee’s Woven Canticles
Drawing inspiration from things like miniature paintings, abstraction and even her grandmother’s woven saris, artist Boshudhara Mukherjee’s artworks are a collection of woven paintings. In her fourth solo show,
Verve18 Nov 2016
A constantly evolving canvas
For an artist, the act of creation stems from an inbuilt desire to physically manifest their thoughts, ideas and feelings. And when old work serves as a canvas for new creations, you’re privy to your own process of evolution.
The Hindu15 Nov 2016
Follow your Art
For Art Night Thursday, galleries in the city extend their opening hours till 9:30 pm. We round up the coolest shows in town for you.
Mumbai Mirror10 Nov 2016
Oman Tribune_ Fantasies in 3D
Boshudhara Mukherjee's creations are an extraordinary mix of several techniques that have been skillfully blended to achieve this compelling and convincing illusion of three dimensional artwork.
Oman Tribune05 Dec 2014