GallerySke, New Delhi presents Variety in New Delhi

May 15, 2017

 

New Delhi: GallerySke, New Delhi presents Variety in New Delhi from May 16 to June 24, 2017. The artists who are exhibiting their works are Tara Kelton and Avinash Veeraraghavan.

Our daily encounters are multifaceted, often accompanied by a sense of contained explosiveness. The sensorium ranges from rapidly moving images on screen to the settled surfaces of fabric, wood and steel. In consuming

information, one also absorbs movement, juxtapositions, distance and empty space. Variety is a negotiation of shared space. This extends in meaning beyond that of an exhibition displaying the works of two artists, to include the confluence of diverse textures and technologies.

Avinash Veeraraghavan is displaying works from different periods of time, and these range in material from jagged aluminium, digital collage, embroidery and wooden inlay. Each work within itself is constructed through layers, andenables a larger conversation on complex combinations. Tara Kelton’s work will engage with the space through a robot-powered video installation that navigates the floor, through internet-inspired painting, and a series of ninetyfivedarkly humorous prints. In attempting to understand the sundry contemporary experience, this exhibition explores the manner in which various methods and materials collide and coalesce when brought together.

Tara Kelton’s recent solo exhibitions include Still Life with a Curtain, GallerySke, Bangalore (2016), two person show with Masood Kamandy, Adjunct Positions, Los Angeles, USA (2016), interior.lib (fly-through), GallerySke, New Delhi (2015), Travelling without Moving, GallerySke, Bangalore (2014), Karizma (Outsourced: Un-Publish), Orbits.com / Banner Repeater, London (2013), and Unsharp Mask, Volte, Mumbai (2010). Select group exhibitions include New Sensorium, curated by Yuko Hasegawa, ZKM, Karlsruhe(2016), Common Ground #2, Clark House Initiative, Mumbai (2015), Whorled Explorations, Kochi Muziris Biennale, curated by Jitish Kallat (2014), The Last Brucennial, New York(2014), Experiments with Truth and Time, Museum of Conflict, Ahmedabad (2014), Artshop!, Franklin Street Works, Stamford (2013), 5 Years of CIS, Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore (2013), OTLO, Bhavishyavani Backyard, Mumbai (2013), 5 Projects, GallerySke, Bangalore (2013), Her Stories, Queens Museum of Art, New York(2012), PDF Release & Party, CAGE, Brooklyn (2012), Vox VII, juried by Melissa Ho and Hennessy Youngman, Vox Populi, Philadelphia (2011), and Voxelvision 1.0, Vox Populi, Philadelphia (2011). Kelton received her MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2009.Kelton lives and works in Bangalore.

Avinash Veeraraghavan’s recent solo exhibitions include 1024 Names, GallerySke, Bangalore (2016), We do not see things the way they are, we see things the way we are, GallerySke, New Delhi (2014), Crazy Jane and Jack the journey man, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna (2011) and Toy Story, GallerySke, Bangalore (2009). His work has featured in group exhibitions: These are a few of our favourite works, GallerySke and PhotoInk, New Delhi (2016), forming in the pupil of an eye, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, curated by Sudarshan Shetty (2016), In Other Rooms, GallerySke, Bangalore (2015), Plus One atIndia in Focus, Pittsburg Cultural Trust (2015), Tilton Gallery, New York (2013), IndianHighway, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2012), the Prague Biennale (2011),Herning Museum of Contemporary Art, Denmark (2010), Urban Manners 2, curated by Adelina Von Furstenberg, Art for The World at SESC Pompeia, Sao Paulo (2010), Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo (2009), and Still Moving Image, curated by Deeksha Nath at Devi Art Foundation, New Delhi (2008. In 2009, he was the recipient of the Illy Sustain Art Prize awarded in Madrid. Veeraraghavan lives and works in Bangalore.

 

The exhibition will be on view until 24 June, 2017.


A work by Tara Kelton