We kickstart 2019 with our first exhibition 'Nowthere' that brings together works by eight contemporary artists - Mahbubur Rahman (Bangladesh), M Pravat (India), Maria Waseem (Pakistan), Prithvi Shrestha (Nepal), Saurganga Darshandhari (Nepal), Seema Kohli (India), Tayeba Begum Lipi (Bangladesh) and Waseem Ahmed (Pakistan). While each artist explores a theme that is of immediate concern to them such as responsibility of power, memory and history and the use and enjoyment of it in common spaces, these artists comes together in a place that gives them freedom to transcend the socio-political as well as the geographical boundaries standing between these four nations of South Asia. The show opens on 23rd January, 7:00pm onwards at Gallery Latitude 28, Lado Sarai, New Delhi.
We are delighted and proud to share that Gallery Latitude 28 artist Niyeti Chadha Kannal is the recipient of the Gasworks International Studios residency in London. The residency is supported by the Charles Wallace India Trust and The Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation and focuses on professional development, artistic exchange and the development of artistic process. This residency is fully supported for a duration of three months (11 weeks) for an artist based in India to come to the UK. The support, networks and creative environments that Gasworks can offer will provide the artist with the means to research and experiment with new work, taking an important step in an international context. The residency is scheduled to take place during July and September 2019. At the end of the residency, Niyeti will also get an opportunity to present her works. @niyeti_chadha_@bhavz15 @gasworkslondon