ARARIO GALLERY NEWS BLOG

Tallur L.N. in The Empire Strikes Back:Indian Art Today

Posted in Tallur L.N. by arariogallery on December 17, 2009

In October 2008, the Saatchi Gallery re-opened in the 70,000 sq. ft Duke of York’s HQ building on King’s Road in the heart of London. With free admission to all shows, the Saatchi Gallery aims to bring contemporary art to the widest audience possible. Its first three shows, “The Revolution Continues: New Art from China”, “Unveiled: New Art from the Middle East” and “Abstract America: New Painting and Sculpture”, have attracted over one million visitors to date.

Read the rest here.

NEW NEWS

Posted in Arario Elsewhere, Arario Gallery, Hyung Koo Kang, Nalini Malani, Sui Jianguo, Tallur L.N. by arariogallery on May 5, 2009
Sui Jianguo, "Windy City," 2009. Image uploaded to Flickr on April 2, 2009 by mmmmarshall.

Sui Jianguo, "Windy City," 2009. Millenium Park, Chicago. Image uploaded to Flickr on April 2, 2009 by mmmmarshall.

  • Sui Jianguo’s sculpture “Windy City” is mentioned in the Chicago Flame.
  • Work by Hyung Koo Kang will be auctioned off at Christie’s Hong Kong later this month, reports Art Daily.
  • The May/June issue of Flash Art includes a review of Tallur L.N.’s recent exhibition.
  • Read Murtaza Vali’s interview with Nalini Malani for Art AsiaPacific (AAP) online.

Artforum Critic’s Pick: Tallur L.N.

Posted in Arario Elsewhere, Tallur L.N. by arariogallery on April 23, 2009
"Export Design," 2008. Surgical bed, silicon, hair, Carin, 48 x 84 x 104 in.

"Export Design," 2008. Surgical bed, silicon, hair, Carin, 48 x 84 x 104 in.

Read a short review of Tallur L.N.’s exhibition Placebo at Artforum.com.

Tallur L.N. in Mumbai

Posted in Arario Elsewhere, Art Fairs, Tallur L.N. by arariogallery on March 3, 2009
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Tallur L.N., "Souvenir Maker," 2009. Mixed media site-specific installation.

Artist Tallur L.N.– the focus of Arario’s Armory Show installation – is also the subject of  a solo exhibition at Chemould Gallery in Mumbai, which opens this Thursday, March 5. A catalog for the exhibition will be available for purchase in late spring/early summer.