Reena Kallat is a one of India’s most important contemporary artists. Her practice spans drawing, photography, sculpture and video and engages diverse materials, imbued with conceptual underpinnings. She is interested in the role that memory plays, not only what we choose to remember but also how we think of the past. All her works reflect the constant shifts beween building and collapsing movements like of birth, death and rebirth. Some of her motifs are the rubberstamp, electric cables and salt as a medium. She has widely exhibited at institutions in India and across the world. She has exhibited her works all over the country and the world, and has her works in various private and public collections.
Reena Kallat uses material very imaginatively imbuing it with conceptual nuances, incorporating drawing, photography, video and sculpture. She discussed her work, and the thoughts and ideas that inspire it. Reena's site specific installation ‘Woven Chronicles’, which was on view at…MORE DETAILS
Artists Anju Dodiya and Reena Kallat were in conversation with cultural theorist Nancy Adajania. The panel provoked a debate on the value of interpreting artists in terms of gender, the historical place of gender politics in contemporary art, and whether…MORE DETAILS