San Francisco, California
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INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL
ERASING BORDERS 2013
Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary
Indian Art of the Diaspora
Reception: Friday November 8th, 4 - 7PM
This Exhibition is Free and Open to the Public: November 5-December 4, 2013
The Arthur M. Berger Art Gallery, Manhattanville College, New York.
|Erasing Borders is a richly provocative exhibition by artists of the Indian diaspora who confront issues of sexuality, terror, disease, the environment, racial and sectarian politics in painting, prints, installations, video, and sculpture. With great technical mastery and diversity of theme and style, these works combine traditional Indian aesthetics with Western elements, and speak to the powerful experience of personal and cultural dislocation in the global village. In its eighth year, Erasing Borders is curated by Vijay Kumar and produced by the Indo-American Arts Council. Free and open to the public.
|Participating Artists: (Click on the artists name for details): Niamul Bari; Bivas Chaudhuri; Ranna Chaudry;
Pritika Chowdhry; Reet Das; Anjali Deshmukh; Claudia Dias; Anujan Ezhikode; Mustafa Faruki; Ruee Gawarikar;
Dhanashree Gadiyar; Aaliyah Gupta; Mansoora Hassan; Mumtaz Hussain; Reeta Gidwani-Karmarkar;
Kulvinder Kaur Dhew; Firoz Mahmud; Parul Mehra; Alakananda Mukerji; Veru Narula; George Oommen ;
Avani Patel; Antonio Puri; Nirmal Raja; Sangeeta Reddy; Tara Sabharwal; Ela Shah; Md Tokon
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Indo-American Arts Council
The IAAC supports all the artistic disciplines in classical, fusion, folk and innovative forms influenced by the arts of India. We work cooperatively with colleagues around the United States to broaden our collective audiences and to create a network for shared information, resources and funding. Our focus is to help artists and art organizations in North America as well as to facilitate artists from India to exhibit, perform and produce their work here. The IAAC is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.