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art pilgrimage delhi
Subodh Gupta’s recommendations in Delhi:
1. KHOJ International Artists’ Association: KHOJ
– an Urdu word that means you are searching for
something – was formed by Robert Loder, who
ran the art organisation Gasworks in London.
We did the first workshop in 1997, in which 22 artists
participated, 12 of them Indian, such as Manisha
Parekh, Iftikhar Dadi, Walter D’Souza and
Surendran Nair. This was a big thing in the
contemporary art world, not only in Delhi but in
terms of being able to invite international artists.
This brought together lots of different people:
art lovers, art viewers, as well as art students looking
at what’s happening. KHOJ is still doing many
workshops – in March there will be a performance
festival, with many people from different
parts of the world, and Francis Alÿs will be here
later in the year.
2. Apeejay Media: the director of KHOJ, Pooja
Sood, also independently curates shows and
is a consultant here. Her projects have included
showing Mexican contemporary art, Chinese
video and work by Nam June Paik.
clockwise from top right: artist hemant
Sreekumar talking in the back office of KhOJ
Studio, delhi; group shot in front of KhOJ
Studio (from left: Arun Chetri, M.K.
Saranjit, hermant Sreekumar, Pooja Sood,
Aastha Chauhan, Parul Wadhwa, V.P. Manoj,
Ramesh Bisht); KhOJ Studio entrance with
Khirkee mural, 2005, a community project
created under the direction of Aastha
Chauhan
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