NEWSLETTER 2017 AND UPCOMING

NEWSLETTER 2017 AND UPCOMING

 

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NEWSLETTER 2017-18

SOLO EXHIBITIONS & GROUP SHOW

THE KHADI MARCH: JUST FIVE METERS- SOLO EXHIBITION
NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART, BANGALORE OCTOBER 2017

THE KHADI MARCH: JUST FIVE METERS- SOLO EXHIBITION
LALIT KALA AKADEMI, NEW DELHI  MARCH 2017

HE KHADI MARCH: JUST FIVE METERS- SOLO EXHIBITION
VISUAL ARTS GALERY,INDIA HABITAT CENTER, NEW DELHI, OCT 2016

INDIGO NARRATIVES: AN ODE TO NEEL DARPAN- GROUP SHOW
(Centernary celebrations of Champaran movement 1917-18)
THE MUSEUM OF NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF INDIA, NEW DELHI

REUNION –GROUP SHOW OF INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
WOMAN MADE GALLERY, CHICAGO

 LECTURES , TALKS, JURY

JURY AT NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY
‘REDISCOVERING CULTURES;TRANSFORMING FASHIONS’ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

‘TEXTILE ART AS A SYMBOL OF NATIONAL IDENTITY’
PALO ALTO ART CENTER, CALIFORNIA

POETRY READING: NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART OCTOBER 2017

TEXTILE INSTALLATIONS IN CONTEMPORARY VISUAL SPACE , NIFT BANGALORE

PRESS & MEDIA 2016-17: http://www.shellyjyoti.com/press-media/

UPCOMING SHOWS

TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON WITH DATES

 

 

SAVE THE DATE: SHELLY JYOTI, NEWSLETTER SUMMER OF 2017

SAVE THE DATE: SHELLY JYOTI, NEWSLETTER  SUMMER OF 2017

     SAVE THE DATEfinal _IGNCA copy 2  THE KHADI MARCH: JUST FIVE METERS BY SHELLY JYOTI

October 2-30, 2017

NATIONAL GALLERY FOR MODERN ART, BENGALURU
In conjunction with
Indira Gandhi national Centre for Arts, SRC
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REUNION ||

WOMAN MADE GALLERY
685 Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Il 60642

Opening Reception : July 7, 2017 |6-8 pm
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INDIGO NARRATIVES: AN ODE TO NEEL DARPAN 2009-17
MAY-JUNE 2017
THE MUSEUM FOR NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF INDIA,
JANPATH , NEW DELHI , INDIA

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THE KHADI MARCH: JUST FIVE METERS BY SHELLY JYOTI
APRIL 2017
LALIT KALA AKADEMI , NEW DELHI , INDIA

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ABOUT: Shelly Jyoti

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A textile artist, fashion designer, a poet and an independent curator

Working with various media and excavating from history, shelly Jyoti’s art celebrates the subaltern, the folk, and the voices of the unsung heroes and voices, which need to be sung again. Her work as an artist is centered on historical iconographic elements within the cultural context of Indian history exploring and constructing the hermeneutics of period histories, its contemporary representation of socio-political inquiry within her art practice.

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