Lakeeren- The Contemporary Art Gallery

Lakeeren- The Contemporary Art Gallery Lakeeren Gallery, exhibits avant–garde contemporary art practices with a special emphasis for curating & presenting art that reflects the zeitgeist.

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04/28/2021

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Pushpamala N appears as Phantom Lady tomorrow 11 am Sunday IST in conversation with Shalini Passi and myself. Not to be missed a lot will be revealed ... pls view links details. The exhibition Living the New Normal : In these Extraordinary Times is live on www.mash.com #mashindia #shalinipassi #pushpamalan #arshiyalokhandwala #lakeeren #photography #livingthenewnormal

Happy Earth Day! #EarthDay #earthday2021 RENATE FERROLocust Tree Roots Series:  #1, 2021Permanent India Ink, Permanent I...
04/23/2021

Happy Earth Day! #EarthDay #earthday2021

RENATE FERRO

Locust Tree Roots Series: #1, 2021
Permanent India Ink, Permanent Ink Pen
20" x 20"

Roots Drawing
Permanent pen and ink
36" x 44"

Renate Ferro (US) is a conceptual media artist who toggles between the creative skins of old and new technologies. Her work mobilizes opportunities for creative interactivity that incorporate issues relating to feminist psychological and sociological conditions, a term she understands to identify anyone in a compromised position in life. Ferro’s work takes on create skins whose configurations include installation, interactive net-based projects, digital time-based media, drawing, text, and performance-based work. These creative skins include participatory, collaborative, generative, and customizable characteristics impacting the networked quality of her work. Her artistic work has been featured at the University of Virginia, Hunter College Gallery (NYC), The Freud Museum (London), The Dorksy Gallery (NYC), The Hemispheric Institute and FOMMA (Mexico), The Janus Pannonius Muzeum (Hungary), Peking University (Beijing), Johnson Art Museum (Ithaca, NY), and Nanyang Technological University (Singapore).

View her works as a part of the Dawn of Aquarius on www.lakeeren.com
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04/12/2021

Yamini Nayar Shapeshifter, 2018,
60x34.5 in

Daydreamer (Khora), 2018,
50x34 in. Vessel, 2021
24 x 16 inches

All works are archival Digital C Print visit www.lakeeren.com for more details.


YAMINI NAYAR is an artist working between New York and Delhi. Her works intersect photography, sculpture, and the language of architecture to present questions into the built environment, its social and psychological dimensions, and the body. In her studio-based practice, photographs are documents made from mixed media assemblages and installations, in which the photograph is the only trace of an invested process of physical construction. Temporality, materiality, translation, and depth psychology are central to her work, as is the hand. Her projects have explored postcolonial narratives, memory, migration, informal architecture and dwellings, modernist architecture, and alternate & imagined modernities.

Nayar has shown her work internationally at venues including the Museum of Moderne Kunst Frankfurt, Freud Museum London, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Queensland Art Gallery in Australia, DeCordova Museum MA, Kiran Nadar Museum New Delhi, Sharjah Biennial in UAE, Saatchi Gallery UK, Studio Museum of Harlem and recently a presentation at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa, India. Her work is in many public and private collections including the Solomon Guggenheim Museum NY, Kiran Nadar Museum, Saatchi Museum, Queensland Art Gallery, Cincinnati Art Museum, Hiscox, and US Arts in Embassies, JP Morgan Chase.

The Dawn of Aquarius is a year-long online exhibition platform of art. The exhibition marks an extraordinary astral shift of the Age of Aquarius that commences every 2,160 years prophesized as an epoch of science, truth, expanded consciousness, individual freedoms, connections, communications, networks, and technology. The artists are invited to share their ideas of the new world order that they envisage and want to realize. The Dawn of Aquarius is about collective, community, and communication; hence the exhibition serves as a platform to bring these ideas to the fore through talks, discussions, and various events.

04/12/2021

Yamini Nayar Shapeshifter, 2018,
60x34.5 in

Daydreamer (Khora), 2018,
50x34 inches

Vessel, 2021
24 x 16 inches

All works are archival Digital C Print visit www.lakeeren.com for more details.


YAMINI NAYAR is an artist working between New York and Delhi. Her works intersect photography, sculpture, and the language of architecture to present questions into the built environment, its social and psychological dimensions, and the body. In her studio-based practice, photographs are documents made from mixed media assemblages and installations, in which the photograph is the only trace of an invested process of physical construction. Temporality, materiality, translation, and depth psychology are central to her work, as is the hand. Her projects have explored postcolonial narratives, memory, migration, informal architecture and dwellings, modernist architecture, and alternate & imagined modernities.

Nayar has shown her work internationally at venues including the Museum of Moderne Kunst Frankfurt, Freud Museum London, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Queensland Art Gallery in Australia, DeCordova Museum MA, Kiran Nadar Museum New Delhi, Sharjah Biennial in UAE, Saatchi Gallery UK, Studio Museum of Harlem and recently a presentation at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa, India. Her work is in many public and private collections including the Solomon Guggenheim Museum NY, Kiran Nadar Museum, Saatchi Museum, Queensland Art Gallery, Cincinnati Art Museum, Hiscox, and US Arts in Embassies, JP Morgan Chase.

The Dawn of Aquarius is a year-long online exhibition platform of art. The exhibition marks an extraordinary astral shift of the Age of Aquarius that commences every 2,160 years prophesized as an epoch of science, truth, expanded consciousness, individual freedoms, connections, communications, networks, and technology. The artists are invited to share their ideas of the new world order that they envisage and want to realize. The Dawn of Aquarius is about collective, community, and communication; hence the exhibition serves as a platform to bring these ideas to the fore through talks, discussions, and various [email protected] Nayr #yamininayar @jhavericontemporary

04/09/2021

Shaurya Kumar

Yashoda chastises her foster son, the youthful Krishna, Opaque watercolor on paper
6. 75” x 9.7 “

Kalpa Vriksha
Lithograph
6.9" x 9.8"
Women Worshipping a Shiva Linga
Tempera on Paper
8.25" x 7.25"

Visit the Dawn of Aquarius @www. Lakeeren.com for more details.

A native of Delhi, India where he studied printmaking and painting at the College of Art; Shaurya Kumar graduated with his MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2007. Since 2001, Kumar has been involved in numerous prestigious research projects, like “The Paintings of India” (a series of 26 documentary films on the painting tradition of India); "Handmade in India" (an encyclopedia on the handicraft traditions of India); and digital restorations of 6th century Buddhist mural paintings from the caves of Ajanta. Kumar's work has exhibited widely across the US and in countries including India, Taiwan, China, Poland, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, Bulgaria, Italy, U.K., Norway, France, Australia and Finland among many others. His works have been installed at venues including the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai; Gallery Odyssey, Mumbai; UNM Art Museum, Albuquerque; SCA Contemporary, Albuquerque; Queens Museum, NYC; Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul; Lakeeren Gallery, Mumbai; Artifact Gallery, NYC; LACDA, Los Angeles, CA; Museum of Fine Arts, Georgia; Schneider Museum of Art, Oregon; Charleston Heights Art Center, Las Vegas.

03/31/2021

DANIELLE TEGEDER

Encompassing the language of painting in the expanded field, Dannielle Tegeder’s artwork reconstitutes what painting means as a formal exercise in mark making by allocating particular strategies to the medium of drawing. Expanding and contracting these constructs, with the idea of drawing as a baseline, emboldens the interconnectedness between line, shape and color. Thus: drawing as sculpture as installation as video as sound. These works are a collaboration with composer Matthew Evan Taylor, who created a 30-second audio piece specific to each of Tegeder's drawings. Each drawing, or element, acts as a score for which Taylor created and recorded an audio piece.

Born in Peekskill, NY, Tegeder received her BFA from SUNY Purchase, and an MFA from The Art Institute of Chicago. She is a recipient of several residencies and grants, including Yaddo, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Smack Mellon Studio Program, Elizabeth Foundation, Governors Island, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space program, Marie Walsh Sharpe Studio Fellowship, and Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists. She has been a visiting artist in over forty institutions and participated in numerous institution exhibitions including Mixed Greens, PS1/MOMA, The New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Her work is part of the Contemporary Drawing Collection at the Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and Weatherspoon Museum of Art.

View works on www.lakeeren.com

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03/31/2021

DANIELLE TEGEDER

Encompassing the language of painting in the expanded field, Dannielle Tegeder’s artwork reconstitutes what painting means as a formal exercise in mark making by allocating particular strategies to the medium of drawing. Expanding and contracting these constructs, with the idea of drawing as a baseline, emboldens the interconnectedness between line, shape and color. Thus: drawing as sculpture as installation as video as sound. These works are a collaboration with composer Matthew Evan Taylor, who created a 30-second audio piece specific to each of Tegeder's drawings. Each drawing, or element, acts as a score for which Taylor created and recorded an audio piece.

Born in Peekskill, NY, Tegeder received her BFA from SUNY Purchase, and an MFA from The Art Institute of Chicago. She is a recipient of several residencies and grants, including Yaddo, Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Smack Mellon Studio Program, Elizabeth Foundation, Governors Island, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space program, Marie Walsh Sharpe Studio Fellowship, and Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists. She has been a visiting artist in over forty institutions and participated in numerous institution exhibitions including Mixed Greens, PS1/MOMA, The New Museum, The Brooklyn Museum of Art, and Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Her work is part of the Contemporary Drawing Collection at the Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and Weatherspoon Museum of Art.

03/30/2021

ASIM WAQIF
Waqif has held solo shows at Nature Morte, New Delhi; Galerie Templon, Paris; Palais Tokyo, Paris; Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite, Canada; and Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai. His works have also been exhibited at the Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Center, Italy; Srihata-Samdani Sculpture Park, Bangladesh; Colomboscope, Sri Lanka; Asia Pacific Triennal 8 at the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; the Queens Museum, New York; Blain/Southern Gallery, Berlin; the Devi Art Foundation, Gurgaon; and the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Noida.

Asim Waqif (born 1978, Hyderabad) studied architecture at the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi. After initially working as an art director for film and television, he later started making independent videos and documentaries before moving into a dedicated art practice. His recent projects have attempted to crossover between architecture, art, and design, with a strong contextual reference to contemporary urban planning (or the lack thereof) and the politics of occupying, intervening in, and using public spaces. Some of his projects have developed within abandoned and derelict buildings in the city that act like hidden activity spaces for the marginalized. Concerns of ecology and anthropology often weave through his work and he has done extensive research on vernacular systems of ecological management, especially with respect to water, waste, and architecture. His artworks often employ manual processes that are deliberately painstaking and laborious while the products themselves are often temporary and sometimes even designed to decay. He has worked in sculpture, site-specific public installation, video, photography, and more recently with large-scale interactive installations that combine traditional and new media technologies

View his works on www.lakeeren.com

#DawnOfAquarius #Exhibition #OnlineShow #ArtExhibition #Online #Lakeeren #Art #IndianArt #ArtistsInIndia #ArtistsInNewYork #Aquarius #asimwaqif

03/30/2021

ASIM WAQIF
Waqif has held solo shows at Nature Morte, New Delhi; Galerie Templon, Paris; Palais Tokyo, Paris; Vancouver Art Gallery Offsite, Canada; and Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai. His works have also been exhibited at the Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Center, Italy; Srihata-Samdani Sculpture Park, Bangladesh; Colomboscope, Sri Lanka; Asia Pacific Triennal 8 at the Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; the Queens Museum, New York; Blain/Southern Gallery, Berlin; the Devi Art Foundation, Gurgaon; and the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Noida.

Asim Waqif (born 1978, Hyderabad) studied architecture at the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi. After initially working as an art director for film and television, he later started making independent videos and documentaries before moving into a dedicated art practice. His recent projects have attempted to crossover between architecture, art, and design, with a strong contextual reference to contemporary urban planning (or the lack thereof) and the politics of occupying, intervening in, and using public spaces. Some of his projects have developed within abandoned and derelict buildings in the city that act like hidden activity spaces for the marginalized. Concerns of ecology and anthropology often weave through his work and he has done extensive research on vernacular systems of ecological management, especially with respect to water, waste, and architecture. His artworks often employ manual processes that are deliberately painstaking and laborious while the products themselves are often temporary and sometimes even designed to decay. He has worked in sculpture, site-specific public installation, video, photography, and more recently with large-scale interactive installations that combine traditional and new media technologies

View his works on www.lakeeren.com

Dance With Time, 2015
Mixed media on paper
60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm)
63 1/2 x 43 1/2 x 2 1/4 inchesView Chitra’s...
03/24/2021

Dance With Time, 2015
Mixed media on paper
60 x 40 inches (152.4 x 101.6 cm)
63 1/2 x 43 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches

View Chitra’s works on www.lakeeren.com as a part of The Dawn of Aquarius

Chitra Ganesh graduated magna cm laude from Brown University in with a BA in Comparative Literature and Art-Semiotics, and received her MFA from Columbia University in 2002. For over a decade, Ganesh’s work has been widely exhibited both locally and internationally, including at the Queens Museum, Museum of San Diego LA Jolla, Berkeley Art Museum, Bronx Museum, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and Baltimore Museum. International venues include Fondazione Sandretto (Turin), the Saatchi Museum (London), MOCA Shanghai, Kunsthalle Exnergrasse (Vienna), and Kunstverein Gottingen (Germany) with solo presentations at PS 1/MOMA, the Andy Warhol Museum, Brooklyn Museum, and Gothenburg Kunsthalle (Sweden)

03/22/2021

Alke Reeh
Beauty of Color, (58 hours embroidery time) , 2017
Indian polytene bag
35 x 48 cm

Beauty of Color (60 hours embroidery time) , 2017
Sahel polythenbag
35 x 48 cm

Beauty of Color (60 hours embroidery time) , 2017
Swiss polythenbag
35 x 48 cm

Beauty of Color (60 hours embroidery time) , 2017
Coptic egypt polythenbag
35 x 48 cm

Like weaving, embroidery is a technique that has been practiced worldwide for thousands of years. Embroidery has no practical purpose, it arises solely from the need to beautify things visually, or from an aesthetic perspective. The plastic bag is also available everywhere, its appearance and shape are the same all over the world. This work combines them both corresponding to a reversal of time. The processing time, i.e., the production time of a bag is not comparable to the immensely high production time of a piece of embroidery. These are the most contradictory processes imaginable in the economy. Two poles are combined: a product perfected in its production process and an archaic production method. Plastic bags are embroidered with traditional patterns, thus integrating the history of the place. The view of the bag changes; it will at some point, be treated as a valuable object.

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