In partnership with Vacheron Constantin, supported by Singleton

 

Tasveer at India Art Fair 2015

 

Tasveer is delighted to announce its participation at the 7th edition of India Art Fair in New Delhi from 29th January to 5th February 2015.

 

India Art Fair is the country’s premier international art fair, and this year the Tasveer booth will showcase highlights from Tasveer’s ongoing ninth season of exhibitions and feature the works of Christopher Taylor, Saibal Das, Sebastian Cortés and Ram Shergill. 

 

Further, Tasveer will also present catalgoues of the artists represented at its booth – produced for this exhibition season that is enabled through the support of Vacheron Constantin and The Singleton of Glen Ord.


 

Tasveer at The National Museum, Bahrain

 

In a unique collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Tasveer is delighted to announce it will feature India Through the Lens at the Bahrain National Museum from the 16th of September to the 1st of November 2014.

 

This exhibition features four artists; two Indian from the world of documentary photography – T. S. Satyan (1923-2009) and Jyoti Bhatt (1934-) and two non-Indian contemporary artists who engage with the idea of staged and manipulated image-making – Karen Knorr (1954 -) and Maïmouna Guerresi (1951 -).

 

Tasveer at Laxmi Vilas Palace Baroda

Andreas Volwahsen’s Living Architecture

 

Tasveer is delighted to announce its continued collaboration with the Maharaja Fatehsingh Museum at the Lukshmi Villas Palace, Baroda for its ninth season of exhibitions. On view between 24th November and 11th December 2014 at the courtyards of the stunning Palace will be Andreas Volwahsen’s Living Architecture.

 

Dr. Andreas Volwahsen (b. 1941) is a celebrated German architectural historian and this exhibition focuses on his photographs, that have long been neglected. Taken originally to illustrate his first two books, they rise far above the merely descriptive and demonstrate both a strong modernist aesthetic and a desire to better understand ancient Indian architecture.  

 

Domus India

Christopher Taylor Feature

 

The Indian edition of Domus, the iconic architecture and design magazine from Italy, carries over its authoritative voice in the field of architecture and design. An internationally recognised platform of excellence for innovative thinking and influential criticism, it tracks the latest exciting architectural and artistic movements in India.

 

The September 2014 Domus India Issue No. 032, carries an extensive photo spread of Christopher Taylor’s Institutions, alongside ‘Stilled Time’ by Deepika Sorabjee, an evocative and insightful essay that comments on the nature of this series and featured in Tasveer’s catalogue of the exhibition. 

 

Karen Knorr

India Song

New book by Skira

 

Tasveer is happy to inform you of the release of a new book on Karen Knorr’s highly acclaimed India Song series, published in collaboration with Skira. The India Song series (2008-present) is a collection of carefully engineered photographs that explore the nature of heritage, the inheritance of colonialism, the ethics of cultural appropriation and gender subjectivities in a contemporary Indian context. The book further features a preface by William Dalrymple, an insightful essay by Christopher Pinney, and an interview by Rosa Maria Falvo.  For more details and to order online click here.

 

Season 9 Catalogues

 

Tasveer’s new range of catalogues in conjunction with its ninth season of exhibitions is out now and available for purchase online. Each catalogue focuses on one of the five artists featured in this season: Karl Blossfeldt, Christopher Taylor, Ram Shergill, Saibal Das and Sebastian Cortés.

 

Bringing you the best of both Indian and international artists, each catalogue is illustrated with over thirty reproductions of the work and includes a foreword or essay by writers such as Naveen Kishore, Prasad Bipada and Deepika Sorabjee to provide context and insight to the series featured.

 

Buy the catalogues and browse through other Tasveer publications here.