Guest Speaker - 2006
Gayatri Sinha is a leading independent curator and art critic. She is based in New Delhi where she has authored a weekly column on art and visual culture for national newspaper The Hindu. Gayatri Sinha edited Expressions and Evocations: Contemporary Women Artists in India and Indian Art: An Overview, the seminal study of Indian art and its passage through modernism into post- modernism,. Exhibitions curated include ‘Cinema Still’ (2002: India Habitat Centre, New Delhi), and ‘Middle Age Spread’ (2004: National Museum, New Delhi).
What makes a transnational practice or perspective in art or curating? TrAIN Conversations are informal conversations with invited artists and curators, followed by round-table discussions with the participants.
Speakers have included Gayatri Sinha, curator and critical writer on art, based in New Delhi, Paul Domela, curator of the Liverpool Biennale, Ingrid Pollard, photographer based in London, Judy Freya Sibayan, artist and curator based in Manila, Charles Esche, curator and Director of the Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven; and Jonathan Martin, filmmaker based in London.
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South Asia is famous for its monuments, past and present. This research project has been developed through a series of international conferences and seminars, culminating in the publication of a special issue on The Afterlives of Monuments in South Asian Studies, published by Taylor and Francis as volume 29 issue 1, spring 2013.
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