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  • Zasha Colah

    Zasha Colah is an art historian and curator. She co-founded the curatorial collaboratives and union of artists, Clark House in Bombay (2010), and Blackrice in Tuensang (2007-08). She has worked at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya as the Curator of Indian Modern Art (2009-2011) and as Coordinator of Public Programs at the National Gallery of Modern Art Mumbai (2004-2005). Some recent curatorial projects include: the 2017 Pune Biennale (co-curated), I love you Sugar Kane (Institute of Contemporary Art Indian Ocean, Mauritius, 2016), Prabhakar Pachpute. No, it wasn’t the locust cloud (Dome Gallery, National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai, 2016) An Error in Helsinki (Checkpoint Helsinki, 2016), Body Luggage (Steirischer Herbst Festival, Kunsthaus Museum Graz, 2016) and the program of Clark House, Bombay.

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  • Prabhakar A. Kamble

    Prabhakar A. Kamble is a curator and artist who lives and works in Bombay and has exhibited at Clark House with the solo exhibition Dialogue (2017); the Dr. Fischer Peace Collection project in Israel and India (2017); Punascha Parry, Villa Vassilieff, Paris (2017); India Re-Worlded: Seventy Years of Investigating a Nation, Gallery Odyssey, Bombay (2017); International art festival Busan (2017) and a solo exhibition at the Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay (2016). In his recent projects he enacts a series of kinetic installations, drawings and performance under the title of Existential. By scripting space from lived experiences as an artist that is of privilege, because he came to read the writings of the Babasaheb as young student. He often paints large portraits of Dr. BR Ambedkar for social equality movements around Maharashtra and engages in the promotion of Dalit Literature and social movements. His performances are complex commentaries made in protest of public lynchings of Dalits and the murders of rationalist individuals.

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