New Zealand’s Govett-Brewster Art Gallery recently concluded its fifth show in an exhibition series on contemporary Asian art.
“Sub-Topical Heat: New Art from South Asia” closed on 4 November 2012 at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Zealand. Nine South Asian artists showcased their artworks, a selection that included artist books, drawings, installations, miniature paintings, sculptures, photography, photo-media and video art.
Installation view of Gigi Scaria artworks in Govett-Brewster Gallery. Image courtesy Govett-Brewster Gallery.
“Sub-Topical Heat”: Regional concerns
“Sub-Topical Heat: New Art from South Asia” forms part of a series of contemporary Asian art exhibitions held at the Govett-Brewster in Taranaki, a city on the west coast of New Zealand’s North Island. As Director Rhana Devenport explained in an email interview with Art Radar, ....... read more
Imran Qureshi, ‘Threatened’, 2010, Gouache on wasli paper.