Ravi Agarwal: Else,
all will be still
October 11– December 2, 2015
Preview: Saturday, October 10,
noon – 4 pm
Ravi Agarwal is
a photographer artist, writer, curator and environmental activist. He
explores issues of urban space, ecology, capital in an interrelated ways
working with photographs, video, performance, on-site installations and
public art. Agarwal has participated in several international shows
including Documenta XI (Kassel 2002), Sharjah Biennial 11 (2013); ‘Zones
of Contact propositions for the Museum’, co-curated by Vidya Sivadas,
Akansha Rastogi, Deeksha Nath, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Noida, 2013; ‘The
Needle on the Gauge: The Testimonial Image in the works of Seven Indian
Artists’,curated by Ranjit Hoskote, Contemporary Art Centre of SA, Adelaide,
Australia, 2012; ‘Newtopia’,
curated by Katerina Gregos, various Museum venues, Mechelen, Belgium, 2012;
‘Critical Mass, Contemporary Art from India’, curated by Rotem Ruff, Tel
Aviv Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel, 2012; ‘Z.N.E!, Examples to
Follow’, curated by Adrienne Goehler, traveling exhibition, Berlin, Mumbai,
Adis Ababba, Beijing; ‘Horn Please,’ Kunstmuseum, Bern, 2007; ‘Indian
Highway’ (2009); ‘Generation in Transition,’ National Gallery of Art, Warsaw
& Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius, Lithuania; ‘The Eye is a Lonely
Hunter, Images of Humankind,’ at Fotofestival
Mannheim_ludwigshafen_Heidelberg; ‘After the Crash’ at Museo Orto Botanico,
Rome; his recent solo show being ‘Of Value and Labour’, The Guild, Mumbai;
‘Flux: dystopia, utopia, heterotopia,’ Gallery Espace, New Delhi. Agarwal recently
co-curated a twin city public art project, Yamuna-Elbe.Public.Art.Outreach.
He writes extensively on ecological issues, and is also founder of the
leading Indian environmental NGO, Toxics Link. He is an engineer by
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Shahid Bhagat Singh Road
Colaba Mumbai 400005 India.
Open Monday - Saturday
11.00 am - 6.00 pm
Phone:+ 91 22 2288 0195
+ 91 22 2287 6211 / 5839
Fax: + 91 22 2287 6210
The Guild art gallery is looking for Programming cum
Client Relations Executive
Job description: Qualifications: Bachelors/Masters in English
visual arts, mass communication, marketing.
Work experience : 2 years in cultural/other fields
Key responsibilities: Exhibition, administrative, archiving and day
to day management
of all activities relating to exhibitions
and ongoing activities of the gallery. Client relations,
and sales development.
Capacity to manage projects independently.
Regular working hours and punctuality essential.
Long term commitment required.
Please apply with details: