Partnerships have been made with Indian arts organisations through a project known as Here (the UK), There (India) and Everywhere (online and internationally). This spring, the project will culminate with two exhibitions and a related conference, continuing the conversation about the relationship between the two nations.
Here, There and Everywhere* is an exhibition of commissioned artworks, and documentary photography and film of the work created throughout the project. This showcase of the finest contemporary art practices across two unique cultures explores what independence and autonomy really mean.
*Here, There and Everywhere is an artistic collaboration
between India and the UK, showcasing the finest contemporary art practices
across two unique cultures. The diverse and in-depth programme launches this
January in Mumbai and culminates in March 2018. Venues ‘here’ (UK), ‘there’
(India), and ‘everywhere’ (across multiple sites and online), coincide with the
seventieth anniversary of India’s independence from the UK, as well as the
partition of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Through a series of exhibitions,
projects, and residencies, Here, There and Everywhere looks
beyond the surface to artistically explore what independence and autonomy
Here, There and Everywhere is a Midlands-London consortium led by New Art Exchange with Delfina Foundation, QUAD/FORMAT, PRIMARY and mac Birmingham as core UK partners. Indian partners include: Chatterjee & Lal, HH Art Spaces, What About Art?, Indian Memory Archive, Jaaga, 1ShanthiRoad, India Art Fair, Mumbai Gallery Weekend
Here, There and Everywhere is supported through funding by Arts Council England as part of a national project, Reimagine India. For more information visit here.