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Kiran Subbaiah

20130127150404-rise-and-shine The Subbaiah Way   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Kiran Subbaiah at Chatterjee & Lal Gallery December 21st, 2012 - February 9th, 2013
Posted 7/18/13

Kiran Subbaiah has oft in the past featured himself in his videos, as he does in his newest solo show, Narcissicon. Over time (and Narcissicon has taken fourteen years), his various avatars could not be contained - choosing a single channel video as a format, his newest work splits the other Subbaiah's dreams, fantasies, playful stagings merging into a concatenation of droll events that explore the theme of narcissism, but ironically, the work never really takes itself too seriously. There is... [more]

20130127150404-rise-and-shine Me, etc. : Narcissicon by Kiran Subbaiah  
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Kiran Subbaiah at Chatterjee & Lal Gallery December 21st, 2012 - February 9th, 2013
Posted 4/14/13

Kiran Subbaiah wanted to kill himself in Suicide Note (2006) because that’s the way truly famous people rolled, according to him. While viewing Narcissicon (2012), it seemed that he had made a miserable botch of a suicide. Because this time, his selves have multiplied, taken up residence together and freely borrow clothes from each other, get into scuffles, stabbings and passive-aggressive arguments. Kiran Subbaiah, a contemporary artist based in Bengaluru has been delighting and provok... [more]

The Anti-Mail: An Interview with Kiran Subbaiah  
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1/27/13

New Delhi, Jan. 2013: Kiran Subbaiah was not born in 1971 in Karnataka, India. He did not complete an MFA in sculpture at The Royal College of Art in London, and neither did he graduate with an undergraduate degree in sculpture from The University of Baroda. He hasn’t shown all over the world, especially not recently at the Centre Pompidou, Serpentine, Bose Pacia, Thomas Erben, among others. He did not receive the Unesco Aschberg Bursary or the Inlaks scholarship. And lastly, he has not been writte... [more]

20110805173813-view-1 Seeing in Time   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Prayas Abhinav, Amitabh Kumar, Tahireh Lal, Umesh P N, Amitabh Pandey, Kiran Subbaiah, Eelco Wagenaar, Asim Waqif at The Guild Art Gallery July 18th, 2011 - August 28th, 2011
Posted 8/21/11

Imagine that Time was born wearing a frock, morphing, as he grows older, into a dress, then a gown. The frock is simple, the dress has a few studs and some intricate cuts, and the gown is bedecked with lace and beads and zippers—all the frills that a society will impose upon that which began simply with itself. The Sidereal is that tangential reality at the centre of the circle of Time had the frock not turned into a gown: On the Sidereal ponders the nature of Time were it stripped of the value... [more]

20100824022709-04 Tagging Today   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Vishal Dar, Atul Dodiya, Ved Gupta, G. R. Iranna, Shreyas Karle, Riyas Komu, Bose Krishnamachari, Sathyanand Mohan, Baiju Parthan, Rakhi Peswani, Justin Ponmany, Balaji Ponna, Prajakta Potnis, Sumedh Rajendran, K. P. Reji, T.V. Santhosh, Gigi Scaria, Mithu Sen, Kiran Subbaiah, Apnavi Thacker, Vivek Vilasini at The Guild Art Gallery August 5th, 2010 - September 23rd, 2010
Posted 8/24/10

With the Asian Games less than 50 days away, and India’s capitol in a state of utter disrepair—not to mention the scores of underpaid and overworked migrant laborers who have flooded Delhi, as well as the country’s other metros, to build not only shabby stadiums but countless high-rises - one would expect a few more signs of popular outcry.  But street graffiti is conspicuously absent.  The buildings, even when crumbling and monsoon-stained, are largely left unmarked by political sloga... [more]

Dayanita_singh-print_hr_220mm indian highway - gateway to quality art from india  
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Ayisha Abraham, Ravi Agarwal, Shaina Anand, Nikhil Chopra, Raqs Media Collective, Sheela Gowda, Sakshi Gupta, Shilpa Gupta, N.S. Harsha, M.F. Husain, Jitish Kallat, Amar Kanwar, Bharti Kher, Bose Krishnamachari, Nalini Malani, vish math, Tejal Shah, Dayanita Singh, Kiran Subbaiah, Ashok Sukumaran at Serpentine Gallery December 10th, 2008 - February 22nd, 2009
Posted 2/10/09

  yes - i visited the Serpentine Gallery a few weeks ago, intending to pop in for a cursory look but remained for an hour or so revisitng former rooms and works and taking sneaky pictures . the exhibtion is a great multi-media showcase of emerging indian art and is strongly recommended.  simon mack - artist/curator (www.artinliverpool.com/simonmack) [more]

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