August 31, 2018 till November 18, 2018
Indian Ceramics Triennale: Breaking Ground
Jawahar Kala Kendra
Jawahar Kala Kendra in collaboration with the Contemporary Clay Foundation presents the first Indian Ceramics Triennale:Breaking Ground, from 31 August to 18 November, 2018.
This first ever international ceramics event to be held at the Jawahar Kala Kendra will present 37 Indian and 13 international artist projects, 10 collaborations, 12 speakers, a symposium, film screenings and workshops for adults and children.
Swiss ceramic artist, Jacques Kaufmann will present an installation, and collaborate with Nalemitha, a traditional Lippan Kaam mural clay art expert from Bhuj, Gujarat. This would link two traditions, and foster a new approach to materials at the interface of ceramic sculpture and earthen architecture.
Image: Jacques Kaufmann, Brick Temple, 2017
Aarti Vir | Adil Writer | Ajay Kanwal | Anindita Dutta | Anjani Khanna | Antra Sinha, Ashwini Bhatt | Ashim Paul | Atita Taware | Benitha Perciyal | Dipali Daroz | Elodie Alexandre | L N Tallur | Madhvi Subrahmanian | Neha Kudchadkar | Nidhi Jalan | P R Daroz | Partha Dasgupta | Priya Sundarvali | Rahul Kumar + Chetnaa | Rakhee Kane | Ray Meeker | Reyaz Badaruddin | Saraswati Renata | Savia Mahajan | Shalini Dam | Shampa Shah | Sharbani Das Gupta | Shirley Bhatnagar | Shitanshu Maurya | Sukhdev Rathod | Triveni Prasad | Vineet Kacker | Vipul Kumar | Vishnu Kolleri | Thukral & Tagra
Barney Hare Duke + Jo Ayre (England) in collaboration with Warli artists Rasika and Ramesh Hengadi | Danijela Pivašević-Tenner (Germany) | Ester Beck (Israel) | Hoshinu Satoru (Japan) | Ingrid Murphy (Wales) | Jane Perryman (England) | Jacques Kaufmann (Switzerland) | Jessika Edgar (USA) | Jae Joon (Korea) | Juree Kim (Korea) | Kate Malone (England) | Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran (Australia)