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By David Fernández
ASEF culture360 contributor David Fernández interviews Prateek and Priyanka Raja, co-founders of Experimenter, a multidisciplinary art space in Kolkata, and organizers of Experimenter Curators’ Hub, a platform to develop and ...
By Claire Wilson
In this article on creative freelancers, ASEF culture360 contributor Claire Rosslyn Wilson talks to artists Varsha Nair and Estelle Cohenny-Vallier about their experiences in collaborating across borders with artists and ...
By Veeranganakumari Solanki
India’s first Biennale debuted on 12/12/12 in Fort Kochi after months of build up in the form of announcements, artists’ visits, talks, support and controversies.
The culture360.org correspondent Veerangana Solanki was in Kochi, India for the opening of the first ever Biennale in the country. She interviews here the initiators and curators Bose Krishnamachari and ...
The history of Biennales and how they have developed in Asia is very young when compared to Biennales in other parts of the world. However, with this Shifting Gravity, there ...
By Kerrine Goh
The Ripple Effect is a multi-disciplinary creative workshop process with partners in France, UK, India and Indonesia.
By Bharti Lalwani
culture360 contributor Bharti Lalwani speaks to the curators of the Jogja Biennale, Alia Swastika and Suman Gopinath to discuss the premise of the first international Jogjakarta Biennale titled Equator #1- ...
By Deepak Srinivasan
How have changes in contemporary art practice affected institutionalized forms like the gallery and the museum? Drawing from emerging practices based on 2 case studies, India and Croatia
Bharti Lalwani talks to Kiran Nadar, who recently launched the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in Delhi
culture360 contributor, Bharti Lalwani, was in New Delhi last month to attend the third edition of the India Art Summit. In this second part of her article, she explores the ...
culture360 contributor, Bharti Lalwani was in New Delhi last month to attend the third edition of the India Art Summit. In this two parts in-depth, she interviews the founding director ...
Piracy in the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry. In Bangalore, the racks selling pirated copies of the latest Hollywood, Bollywood and Tamil films could almost go unnoticed.
By Anjali Devidayal
The visual arts scene for Indian Modern and Contemporary art has grown exponentially over ten years, but its internal structure reveals almost no support system for public art.
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