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Exhibit 320

Exhibition Detail
Feminine Recitals
F- 320, Lado Sarai
110030 New Delhi

November 13th, 2010 - December 2nd, 2010
November 13th, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Wait my Voice is White, Sukanya GhoshSukanya Ghosh, Wait my Voice is White,
2010, Mixed Media & Copper Nails on Paper (Triptych), 22" x 30" each
Still life with Vegetables on the Kitchen - 2, Koumudi PatilKoumudi Patil,
Still life with Vegetables on the Kitchen - 2,
2010, Photography on Archival Paper, 23" x 34"
Play(from the creative destruction series), Parvathi NayarParvathi Nayar,
Play(from the creative destruction series),
2010, Oil & Mixed Media on Canvas(Triptych), 20" x 40" each
Coversation, Remen ChopraRemen Chopra, Coversation,
2010, Mixed Media on Archival Paper, 62" x 49"
Feminine Concerns, Nandini Bagla ChirimarNandini Bagla Chirimar, Feminine Concerns,
2010, Pencil, Woodblock Print, Collage, Embroidery & Objects on Kozo Paper, 41" x 29"
Untitled 1, Pooja IrannaPooja Iranna, Untitled 1,
2009, Photograph on Archival Paper, 54" x 71"
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11 AM - 6:30 PM
sculpture, abstract, video-art, installation, digital, mixed-media, photography


Feminine Recitals

Reciting artists: Koumudi Patil - Nandini Chirimar - Parvathi Nayar –
Pooja Iranna - Remen Chopra - Sukanya Ghosh

Curator: Veeranganakumari Solanki

Recital Venue: Exhibit 320
Recital Dates: 13th November –  2nd December
Curator’s Recital:
When art was first termed as feminist, it implied the expression of a woman’s experience. There was a revelation of identity and writers and artists, who had been working under pseudonyms, were given recognition of their real identity. In 1985, the Guerrilla Girls decided to reinvent the “F word – feminism” by masking personalities and breaking all serious and stereotypical notions held in relation with feminism.
While women artists address global issues, there is a reflection and insight into something more personal. In an Indian society, which has a sensitive but powerful history of gender inequality, women voice their thoughts in various way; one of the most expressive and visual approaches being art.
This exhibition is an insight into the consciousness of six women artists of Indian origin – each one reciting through their art – a very personal, but global and feminine concern. Each recital – a journey of the self in a globalised context – is deeply rooted in personal history to create individual feminine aesthetics.

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