Exhibitions

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Appropriation Disinformation- Nature and the Body Politic

Apnavi Makanji

10 September - 30 September, 2020

The team at TARQ is delighted to present Apnavi Makanji’s Appropriation Disinformation - Nature and the Body Politic for the first time in India. Initially exhibited at this year’s Dhaka Art Summit, entitled "Seismic Movements" curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt, the materials for the work were sourced from the Atlas…

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21 September - 21 September, 2020

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Artists

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Events

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The K.R Cama Oriental Institute | Musicophilia in Mumbai- Book Discussion

18 September 2020

The team at TARQ is delighted to partner with the K.R Cama Oriental Institute for a book discussion around the recent release, ‘Musicophilia in Mumbai: Performing Subjects and the Metropolitan…

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Panel Discussion: Fostering Dialogue and Support for Artists

07 August 2020

We are proud to bring you an in-depth conversation focused on the importance of fostering dialogue and supporting artists, through both, new initiatives formed during, and because of the pandemic,…

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Panel Discussion: Beginning A Collection

01 August 2020

We invite you to join a live conversation with art supporters, Anurag Tyagi, Natasha Jeyasingh and Siddharth Somaiya, moderated by Hena Kapadia Gallery Director, TARQ. The panelists will discuss how…

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Art Bites #3| Hena Kapadia in conversation with Parag Tandel and Rajyashri Goody

17 July 2020

Welcome to the 3rd edition of Art Bites where we serve you the hottest contemporary artists and designers, a volonté. Hena Kapadia, Founder of TARQ, will be hosting our online…

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Fairs

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India Art Fair 2020

Aaditi Joshi , Apnavi Makanji , Muzzumil Ruheel , Nibha Sikander , Pratap Morey , Rithika Merchant , Ronny Sen , Sameer Kulavoor , Saubiya Chasmawala , Savia Mahajan

January 16, 2020

The intention of this year’s booth at India Art Fair is to showcase varied artists represented by TARQ, highlighting each practice that focuses on unique issues ranging from nature, memory, climate crisis to the beauty of rural landscape and everyday life in the urban concrete jungle. The ten artists work across a multitude of mediums, including photography, sculpture, paper-cut,  printmaking,…

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Art Basel Hong Kong 2019

Savia Mahajan

27 March - 31 March, 2019

RESURGŌ | SAVIA MAHAJAN | BOOTH 1C34 Savia Mahajan’s project “Resurgō” builds on her exploration of ideas of life, death and rebirth, that she began working on in 2014, with the “Lithified lives” series. Through the medium of sculpture and drawing, Savia reflects on concepts of impermanence, resurgence and the interstices that exist between the eternal polarities of life and…

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