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Lakeeren Art Gallery

Arshiya Lokhandwala was the founder and curator of Lakeeren Art Gallery1995-2002, Mumbai in India. In 2001, she was awarded the Charles Wallace India Trust award, towards an M A in Creative Curating at Goldsmiths College, London. She was also selected as one of the participants at the Documenta 11 Education program in Kassel, Germany in 2002, under the artistic curator, Okwui Enwezor. She curated Rites/Rights/ Rewrites: Women’s Video Art, which traveled to Cornell, Duke and Rutgers Universities from 2003-2006 and also curated a performance of Monali Meher, Between the Familiar/Unfamiliar, the Home and Heart, Beats a Golden Kiss at the Tate Modern, London in 2006. Arshiya is currently an independent curator and art historian and a PhD candidate in the History of Art Department at Cornell University, USA working in the areas of globalization of art, feminism art practice, performance and new media art.

Mumbai

India
Address:
6/18, Grants Blg, 2nd floor, opposite Besilico restauren, Arthur Bunder road, Colaba 400005
400005
Phone: 022-65224179
Fax: none
Website: http://www.lakeerengallery.com


Gallery/Dealer Photos (5)

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Artists Represented


Anita Dube
Atul Dodiya
Gauri Gill
Hetain Patel
Imran Mohamed Qureshi
Jitish Kallat
Justin Ponmany
Kausik Mukhopadhyay
Muhammad Atif Khan
N. S. Harsha
Nmi
Prajakta Potnis
Pushpamala N.
Ritesh Ajmeri
Saikat Surai
Sharmila Samant
Sheba Chhachhi
Sheela Gowda
Sonia Khurana
Sreshta Rit Premnath
Subodh Gupta
Surekha
T. V. Santosh
Tejal Shah
Vidya Kamat
Waqas Khan
Yamini Nayar
Zarina Hashmi


Sample Art Work (1)

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Current Exhibitions

They Said it Was Love . . .
Date : Oct21 - Dec,31,2011


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Sharmila Samant on 4th January


Previous Exhibitions

All That Is Solid Melts Into Air - Indian Contemporary Art In Global Times
Date: Dec17 - Jan,30,2010

PUNCTUM 1
Date: Mar22 - Jun,30,2010

PUNCTUM II - A Critical Look At Landscape In South Asian Photography
Date: May15 - May,05,2010

Indian Life-An Archeological Change
Date: Aug07 - Sep,07,2010

Kal / Tomorrow Monographic exhibition of Anita Dube
Date: Nov27 - Jan,31,2011

The Second Sex: New Feminist Photography on the Cusp
Date: Jun22 - Jul,22,2011

Even Infinity takes Time A monographic exhibition Of Waqar Khan
Date: Sep24 - Oct,23,2010

Winding Time: Objects, Drawings and Video Art1
Date: Sep08 - Oct,09,2011


Exhibition Photos (5)

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Art Fairs

Dubai Art Fair, 2011
Indian Art Submit,2011


Submission Policy

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Press Releases

Lakeeren, located in Mumbai, India showcases avant–garde contemporary art practices from India and its sub-continent, with a special emphasis for curating and presenting art that is reflective of the zeitgeist. The gallery embraces a theoretical underpinning that informs the artistic practices that it exhibits. Lakeeren represents Anita Dube, Sharmila Samant, Surekha and Waqas Khan, who work with various issues including feminism, environment, geo-politics and post-colonial. The gallery exhibits work of all media including painting, video, installation, sculpture and site-specific work. The founding director and curator is Arshiya Lokhandwala, a graduate from Goldsmiths College, (MA in Curating, 2000) and a PhD from Cornell University in History of Arts, 2010. She continues her gallery practice as well as functions as an independent curator and art historian.


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Location And Getting There

6/18, Grants Blg, 2nd floor,
opposite Besilico restauren,
Arthur Bunder road, Colaba 400005
Ph No. 022-65224179
Email : Lakeeren@gmail.com/Lakeere@hotmail.com
web : http://www.lakeerengallery.com


Contact-Directors/Staff

Arshiya Lokhandwala


Opening Times

11am to 7pm