Eleven artists with links to India, Pakistan or Bangladesh look back at the region’s complex history and the ways in which it chimes with contemporary concerns such as migration and populism. Photography, performance, painting and found objects are just a few of the media through which the themes of displacement and belonging are addressed. Find out more from Kettle’s Yard’s website.
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Blame (2002), Shilpa Gupta. Courtesy Shilpa Gupta
Argument from Silence (broken limb) (2019), Seher Shah, published by the Glasgow Print Studio, printed by Alistair Gow. Photo: Seher Shah in collaboration with Randhir Singh; courtesy of the artist, Green Art Gallery and Nature Morte
Yog Raj Chitrakar: Memory Drawing X (Part I, 14:00) (2010), Nikhil Chopra. Photo: Shivani Gupta and Vinita Agarwal; courtesy Nikhil Chopra and Chatterjee & Lal
Without Destination (2016), Zarina. Courtesy Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, Paris; © Zarina
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