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Archived Exhibitions

DAYANITA SINGH | Zakir Hussain Maquette

DAYANITA SINGH | Zakir Hussain Maquette

As a student photographer, Dayanita Singh travelled during six winters, in the Eighties, with the musician, Zakir Hussain, and his peers, photographing them for a publication design project that became her first book in 1986. In the light of her later books, this early work shows how bringing together word and image - sequencing photographs with accompanying text into a book - had been her natural tendency from the very beginning of her life as an artist. 

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NILESH PRIYADARSHI | Kaarigar Clinic

NILESH PRIYADARSHI | Kaarigar Clinic
The handicrafts sector is the second largest employment generator in India, providing employment to more than 7.3 million people, and according to the national census of handicrafts, the Indian handicrafts industry is a billion industry [worldwide] and contributes 2% of the global market. According to the UN, over the past 30 years, the number of Indian artisans has decreased by 30%. Continue reading

ASHOKE CHATTERJEE | The NID Experiment in Modernity

ASHOKE CHATTERJEE | The NID Experiment in Modernity
India’s experiment in design education is a significant contribution to the emergence of design as a force of development. This lecture, by Ashoke Chatterjee, former Executive Director of the National Institute of Design (NID), focused on the pioneering experience of the NID over five decades, and what this experience might now offer to the future.  Continue reading

VIMOR SARIS | Saris that speak of a tradition

VIMOR SARIS | Saris that speak of a tradition
Vimor returns to ARTISANS' with their inimitable heritage saris in an exhibition 'Saris that speak of a tradition,' presenting their story of the revival, re-imagining and preservation of traditional handlooms. Continue reading
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