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Talwar Gallery - NY

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Kayaam_work
Kaayam, 2008 Fiberglass, Wood and Acrylic (four Parts) Dimensions Variable
Kayaam_inst
Installation view of Kaayam, 2008 Fiberglass, Wood and Acrylic (four Parts) Dimensions Variable
Sun-sneezers
Installation view of Sun-sneezers blow light bubbles, 2007-8 Stainless Steel, Muslin Cloth, Tamarind Kernel Powder Paste, Lacquer 16 Ft X 24 Ft X 14 Ft (variable)
Sun-sneezers_detail
Detail of Sun-sneezers blow light bubbles, 2007-8 Stainless Steel, Muslin Cloth, Tamarind Kernel Powder Paste, Lacquer 16 Ft X 24 Ft X 14 Ft (variable)
_ghatak__5of9
Ghatak V, 2008 Charcoal, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 6 1/2' X 8 1/2'
Ghatak_installation_view
Installation view of Ghatak series, 2008 Charcoal, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 6 1/2' X 8 1/2' Each
Believingitall
believing it all without the slightest shred of evidence, 2003 C Print on Aluminum 43" X 24"
Believing_it_all_inst
believing it all without the slightest shred of evidence, 2003 C Print on Aluminum 43" X 24"
Talwar Gallery - NY
108 East 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
Venue Type: Gallery
CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
September 10th - December 16th
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Tue-Sat 11-6
Phone
212 673 3096
Gallery type
Contemporary
DESCRIPTION

Talwar Gallery is a contemporary art gallery focusing on artists from the Indian Subcontinent and its diaspora. Underlying the gallery vision is the belief that the artist is geographically located not the art. Their desires to exceed expectations of locality, of self; to extract purpose and significance from their familiar environs, to create, these artists have renegotiated the borders and refuse to singularly site themselves or their work. Their search and their work traverse any simplified categorization based on geography, religion, culture or race.

Representing some of the most exciting young artists working today to the Estates of essential 20th century artists from India like Nasreen Mohamedi and Rummana Hussain, the ideological 
and visual spectra expressed through the gallery’s exhibitions have been well-received by the International media and major museums worldwide.

Talwar New York was launched in September 2001 and Talwar New Delhi opened in 2007. Deepak Talwar, founder of Talwar Gallery, has been working with contemporary artists from India 
since 1996. Prior to starting Talwar Gallery, he was Partner and Director of Bose Pacia Gallery, New York.