July 19, 2010 - db artmag - Issue 61 online now
July 19, 2010

Issue 61 online now

Dayanita Singh, Koshy Kids, Bangalore, 1997/2005
Deutsche Bank Collection
Courtesy of the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London

Issue 61
Online Now

Between Worlds
Contemporary Indian Art


This summer, visitors to the Deutsche Guggenheim can experience some of India’s most innovative film and video artists. Far from Bollywood cliché, Being Singular Plural: Moving Images from India shows how diverse the country’s art scene really is. ArtMag reports on the show and introduces outstanding contemporary Indian artists.

Art from countries like China and India is experiencing a worldwide boom. But what chances and risks will come from this development? ArtMag asks artists, curators, and authors such as Hou Hanru, Friedhelm Hütte, Sandhini Poddar, Mark Rappolt, and Nancy Spector.

Dayanita Singh is considered to be the most important figure in contemporary Indian photography. She is currently part of the major show Where Three Dreams Cross: 150 Years of Photography from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Curator Sunil Gupta introduces the artist.

Subversive myths: Chitra Ganesh lets gender roles collide with repressed fears and desires

In Addition: Wangechi Mutu’s spectacular installation My Dirty Little Heaven at WIELS in Brussels.

New Living: Mike Bouchet at the Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt

Beuys and Beyond in Buenos Aires: Works from the Deutsche Bank Collection in dialogue with contemporary Argentinean art

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