TAKE on art - January - June 2016

Publisher: TAKE on art Publishing Pvt. Ltd
Category: Art, Culture
Language: English
Frequency : Half-yearly

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TAKE Photography looks at the dematerialization of the image in contemporary art practices since photography's digitalization. Early anxieties surrounding digitalisation was premised on the divide between truth and fantasy, and the extent to which the shift would influence photography's claim to the 'real'. This issue takes off from these dialogues to understand how contemporary photographers, and citizen photographers are liberated by the dissolving of this divide. With contributions from Dr. Alka Pande | Dr. Sharon Harper | Andrea Fernandes | Anushka Rajendran | Bhavna Kakar | Chirodeep Chaudhuri | Deepika Sorabjee | Dragana Jurisic | Eleonora Roaro | Emma Sumner | Gazi Nafis Ahmed | Georgina Maddox | Grant Scott | Himali Singh Soin | Ina Puri | Jonathan Day | Karin Zitzewitz | Kieren Cashell | Kishore Singh | Maya Kóvskaya | Malavika Rajnarayan | Manisha Gera Baswani | Paroma Maiti | Po Po | Priya Pall | Ram Rahman | Rashid Rana | Rahaab Allana | Reena Kallat | Rosalyn D'mello | Rohit Chawla | Salma Abedin Prithi | Sabrina Osborne | Sandhya Bordewekar | The Phantom Lady | Zuleikha Chaudhari

TAKE on art, the leading art magazine in India published bi-annually from New Delhi since 2009, comprehensively covers, reports and critiques art and cultural events from India and abroad. Led by Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Bhavna Kakar, TAKE follows a critical approach to the larger discourse on art through curated issues with contributions by leading writers and critics from across the globe. The magazine has been invested in sustaining critical writing practices in India not just through its own capacity as a publication but also by organising initiatives that try to generate discourse, and keep conversations alive. In the past, the publication has organised writing workshops under the TAKE on Writing series as well as hosted the TAKE TALK series. Significant projects in this direction include TAKE on Residency, in collaboration with IFA at 1 Shanthi Road, Bangalore in 2013, TAKE on Writing, Critic-Community: Contemporary Art Writing at Sunaparanta Centre for the Arts, Goa in 2014 and more recently, Take on Writing - Critical Writing Ensemble (CWE) Baroda Chapter at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda in December 2015 and the CWE Dhaka Chapter, conceptualised by Katya Garcia Anton, in collaboration with OCA, Norway at the Dhaka Art Summit in 2016 supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council. The most recent TAKE on Writing initiatives included The Book – The New Writing Group, a workshop led by Chus Martínez and Ingo Niermann supported by Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council and The Book – Ensemble, both held in New Delhi in December 2016. The magazine has travelled internationally to events such as Art Basel, Art Basel HK, Art Basel Miami, Dhaka Art Summit and Asia Triennale Manchester, as well as collaborated with landmark events locally such as Experimenter Curator's Hub (2011 - 2016), Insert 2014, Sarai Reader 09: Episode 1, 2 and 3, Amrita Sher-Gil National Art Week and Delhi Photo Festival.


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