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Her Work is Never Done

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Madhu, 2009 Digital Inkjet Print on Archival Paper With Archival Ink 16 X 12 Inches
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Her Work is Never Done
Curated by: Bose Krishnamachari

Queens Mansion, G.T. Marg,
Near Cathedral School, Fort,
400001 Mumbai
Maharashtra
India
February 16th, 2010 - March 20th, 2010
Opening: February 15th, 2010 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.gallerybmb.com
REGION:  
Mumbai
EMAIL:  
info@gallerybmb.com
PHONE:  
+91 22 6171 5757
OPEN HOURS:  
11 : 00 am - 7 : 00 pm
TAGS:  
photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, abstract, figurative, modern, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

Gallery BMB Mumbai is delighted to present the two-part exhibition, Her work is Never Done, curated by Bose Krishnamachari. The first half of the exhibition opens on Monday, 15 February 2010, and the second, on Friday, 26 March 2010. While the exhibition focuses on the works of young and sometimes emergent women artists, it does not attempt to present a comprehensive or truly representative selection of women artists practicing in the country today. Instead, by showcasing an overview of the diverse pluralism in contemporary practices, the show celebrates this rich heterogeneity.

 

Her Work Is Never Done, brings together the work of a young breed of artists who are making art in a global, politically-charged environment, who are unafraid to confront the realities of gender-biased socio-cultural mechanisms, challenge calcified conventions and subvert stereotypes. Working in a post-digital environment where new media has effected far-reaching changes in visual perception, these artists employ a plethora of styles, with practices rooted variously in architecture, fashion, graphic design, mass media and activism, stubbornly refusing to be boxed into any reductive categories.