Sam Lewitt retools the economic transition of the demolition of the Ford Genk. This dispersed presentation at Z33 raises the question of where we locate the ‘work’ as an activity and as a product. (more…)
Project 88 inhabits 4000 square feet of what was formerly a century old metal printing press in Colaba, Mumbai, with a roster of some of the most thoughtful and exciting artists working in the Indian subcontinent today. If you want to know what constitutes the future of contemporary art in South Asia, Project 88 is the place from where you could begin your exploration of tomorrow’s terrain.
From its inception in 2006 and under the adventurous directorship of Sree Goswami, Project 88 has developed a context for the exhibition of experimental and ambitious work in all media by artists whose practice have strong conceptual foundations. Project 88 remains committed to the discovery and nurturing of emerging talent, even as it works with cutting-edge, intelligent, internationally known mid-career artists from South Asia and elsewhere.
The gallery regularly participates in various art fairs, including Frieze, FIAC, Arco, Hong Kong Art Fair, Art Dubai, and India Art Fair. Many of its artists are in major international collections and are featured regularly in the most prestigious biennales and museum shows. The future of the art landscape is being shaped here.