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SHILPA GUPTA 'Today will end'

SHILPA GUPTA 'Speaking Wall' 2009-2010.

21/05/2021

SHILPA GUPTA 'Today will end'

solo show

MUHKA – Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp

Leuvenstraat 32

Antwerp, Belgium

www.muhka.be/programme/detail/1405-shilpa-gupta

MUHKA presents the first mid-career survey exhibition of artworks by Shilpa Gupta, bringing together many of her key works for the first time. This exhibition offers a synopsis of the artist’s practice of the last twenty years, examining the evolution of her work and emphasising the speculative nature of work.

21/05/2021 - 12/09/2021

‘Voice Over’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘A Liquid, the Mouth Froze’ 2018. Installation view YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku SHILPA GUPTA FOR, IN YOUR TONGUE, I CAN NOT FIT. SOLO EXHIBITION. Photo: Pat Verbruggen

20/10/2020

‘Voice Over’

SHILPA GUPTA

group exhibition

curated by Maayan Sheleff 

Bonnefantenmuseum

Maastricht, The Netherlands

https://www.bonnefanten.nl/nl/tentoonstellingen/voice-over

A group show curated by Maayan Sheleff that explores the power of the human voice, taking into account its many different forms, sources and powers from all over the world and from many different societal groups. The artists study how the human voice is capable in overcoming preconceived restrictions and subverting both physical and metaphorical borders.

20/10/2020 - 28/02/2021

‘Push The Limits’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘WheredoIendandyoubegin’ 2012. Installation view at Beppu Contemporary Art Festival 2012, Japan

07/09/2020

‘Push The Limits’

SHILPA GUPTA

group exhibition

Curated by Beatrice Merz and Claudia Gioia

Fondazione Merz

Torino, Italy

www.fondazionemerz.org/push-the-limits

An exhibition that brings together the works of 17 female artists: a symphony of symbols and experiences that allows us to understand other far away realities. The title PUSH THE LIMITS declares art’s ability to constantly push itself to the edge in order to move the axis of thought, perception and discourse. Shilpa Gupta shows “WheredoIendandyoubegin”, which innately questions the nature of borders, how they are over emphasized and the effect this has on communities. 

07/09/2020 - 31/01/2021

‘The Clouds and the Cloud’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘Unnoticed’ 2017. Photo: Tom Callemin

04/09/2020

‘The Clouds and the Cloud’

SHILPA GUPTA

group exhibition

MGK

Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen

Unteres Schloss 1

Siegen, Germany

www.mgksiegen.de

The exhibition deals with the phenomenon of the cloud from a current artistic perspective. It ranges from the reproduction and transformation of the natural motif to the technical infrastructure of clouds and their affects. Shilpa Gupta’s series “Unnoticed” are part of the exhibition; the photographic works are a reference to the culture of repair, camouflage and adaptation that prevails in the border region between India and Bangladesh.

04/09/2020 - 10/01/2021

‘Gegenwarten | Presences’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘Words come from Ears’ 2017-2018. Commissioned by YARAT Contemporary Art Space and Edinburgh Art Festival. Photo: Pat Verbruggen. Installation view YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku SHILPA GUPTA FOR, IN YOUR TONGUE, I CAN NOT FIT. SOLO EXHIBITION

15/08/2020

‘Gegenwarten | Presences’

SHILPA GUPTA

group exhibition

Curated by Florian Matzner and Sarah Sigmund

Organised by the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz

Project at Main Railway Station

City of Chemnitz, Germany

www.kunstsammlungen-chemnitz.de/

Centered around the observation that there are different presences that present diverse perspectives, the exhibition studies the social, political and urban contexts of the City of Chemnitz with 20 renowned artists and collectives who deliver works in both public and private realms. 

15/08/2020 - 25/10/2020

‘Mappa Mundi’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘100 Hand drawn Maps of India’ 2007-2008. Photo: Ela Bialkowska

05/03/2020

‘Mappa Mundi’

SHILPA GUPTA, QIU ZHIJIE 

group exhibition 

Boghossian Fondation 

Villa Empain 

Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 67 

Brussels, Belgium 

Curated by Alfred Pacquement 

www.villaempain.com

Cartography is an essential scientific practice that often takes on beautiful, artistic forms that represent a version of reality. Shilpa Gupta and Qiu Zhijie contribute works that depict maps which reinterpret the truths in certain societies or people.

05/03/2020 - 22/08/2020

‘Open Studio’

GIOVANNI OZZOLA ‘Sin tiempo / Timeless’ 2017. Video-still

28/02/2020

‘Open Studio’

CARLOS GARAICOA, SHILPA GUPTA, JORGE MACCHI, GIOVANNI OZZOLA, QIU ZHIJIE 

group exhibition  

Estudio Carlos Garaicoa  

Calle Puebla 4, Madrid, Spain 

Giovanni Ozzola, Qiu Zhijie, Shilpa Gupta, Jorge Macchi and Carlos Garaicoa exhibit works at the Open Studio at Estudio Carlos Garaicoa for a group show that looks at maps and their variations in contemporary art.

28/02/2020 - 06/03/2020

‘MEASURE YOUR EXISTENCE’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘1:2138’ 2017. Photo: Tom Callemin

07/02/2020

‘MEASURE YOUR EXISTENCE’

SHILPA GUPTA

group exhibition 

Curated by Christine Starkman

Rubin Museum of Art

New York, USA

rubinmuseum.org

“Measure Your Existence” works upon the Buddhist concept of impermanence through works from 6 artists who study collateral themes around the concept by creating opportunities for reflection and thought on survival, memory, history and disappearance in relation to the individual and society.

07/02/2020 - 10/08/2020

‘UNHOMED’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘Words come from Ears’ 2017-2018. Commissioned by YARAT Contemporary Art Space and Edinburgh Art Festival. Photo: Pat Verbruggen

01/02/2020

‘UNHOMED’

SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Uppsala Art Museum 

Uppsala, Finland 

uppsalasmuseer.se

This exhibition showcases artists whose artistic practices are in continuous interchange with the intricate narratives of cultural heritage, history writing and liberty of speech. The exhibition title comes from Shilpa Gupta’s work Words come from Ears 2017 – 2018, a subversive work that allows reflection on the processes of arrival and departure.

01/02/2020 - 10/05/2020

‘Indian Ocean Current: Six Artistic Narratives’

SHILPA GUPTA ‘Untitled (There is No Border Here)’ 2005-2006

27/01/2020

‘Indian Ocean Current: Six Artistic Narratives’

SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Mc Mullens Museum, Boston College 

Boston, USA 

www.bc.edu/sites/artmuseum

Exploring the representation of diverse peoples, water as a barrier and facilitator of movement and the potential effects of rising sea levels, this exhibition presents over 80 works from 6 artists of which Shilpa Gupta is one of them. 

27/01/2020 - 31/05/2020

‘Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan’

NIKHIL CHOPRA ‘inside out’ 2012. Photo: Shivani Gupta

12/11/2019

‘Homelands: Art from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan’

NIKHIL CHOPRA, SHILPA GUPTA  

group exhibition 

Kettle's Yard 

Cambridge, UK 

Curated by Devika Singh with Amy Tobin and Grace Storey 

Performance by Nikhil Chopra: December 3 , 2019 | 6pm

Talk with Nikhil Chopra: December 4 

www.kettlesyard.co.uk

Nikhil Chopra performs Rouge, a durational live action drawing of a large scale landscape in lipstick, an everyday cosmetic material, often associated with femininity and sensuality. Chopra often uses quotidian mediums to explore themes such as identity, nationality and gender. Following the performance Nikhil Chopra will be in conversation with Catherine Wood, Senior Curator, International Art (Performance), Tate Modern.

12/11/2019 - 02/02/2020

SHILPA GUPTA - 2019 Asian Art Biennial

SHILPA GUPTA ‘Song of the Ground’ 2017. Photo: Tom Callemin, Commissioned by Bi - elefelder Kunstverein

05/10/2019

SHILPA GUPTA - 2019 Asian Art Biennial

‘The Strangers from beyond the Mountain and the Sea’ 

National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts 

Taichung, Taiwan 

Curated by HSU Chia-Wei and HO Tzu-Nyen 

https://www.asianartbiennial.org

05/10/2019 - 09/02/2020

'Homeless Souls'

KADER ATTIA 'Les Racines poussent aussi dans le béton' 2018. Installation view 'Kader Attia, Les racines poussent aussi dans le béton' MAC VAL, Paris, 2018. Photo: Aurélien Mole

27/06/2019

'Homeless Souls'

KADER ATTIA, SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art 

Gl. Strandvej 13 

Humlebæk, Denmark 

www.louisiana.dk

27/06/2019 - 22/09/2019

'THE TANGIBLE TRACE'

SHILPA GUPTA 'Untitled' 2017-2018 (detail). Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO Studio

08/06/2019

'THE TANGIBLE TRACE'

SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Tarrawara 

Healesville, Melbourne, Australia 

www.twma.com.au/exhibition

08/06/2019 - 01/09/2019

'Dark Mofo Festival'

SHILPA GUPTA 'For, in your Tongue, I cannot hide: 100 Jailed Poets' 2017-2018 (detail). Photo: Pat Verbruggen

07/06/2019

'Dark Mofo Festival'

SHILPA GUPTA 

MONA Museum Of Old And New Art 

Berriedale, Tasmania 

https://mona.net.au

07/06/2019 - 23/06/2019

'Fabric(ated) Fractures'

SHILPA GUPTA 'Unnoticed' 2017. Photo: Tom Callemin

09/03/2019

'Fabric(ated) Fractures'

SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Concrete 73 

6 St. Alserkal Avenue

Dubai, UAE

09/03/2019 - 23/03/2019

'The center will not hold'

SHILPA GUPTA '100 Hand drawn maps of my country, Tel Aviv / Jerusalem' 2014. Photo: Ela Bialkowska

07/03/2019

'The center will not hold'

SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Curated by Ian Carlos Jaucian 

MACD 

Museum of Contemporary Art and Design 

Manila, Philippines 

in partnership with GALLERIA CONTINUA 

www.mcadmanila.org.ph

07/03/2019 - 05/05/2019

'After Babel'

SHILPA GUPTA 'For, in your Tongue, I cannot hide: 100 Jailed Poets' 2017-2018 (detail). Photo: Pat Verbruggen

05/12/2018

'After Babel'

SHILPA GUPTA 

group exhibition 

Megaron Concert Hall 

Athens, Greece 

05/12/2018 - 10/03/2019

'Soundlines of Contemporary Art'

SISLEJ XHAFA 'Cinema Aperto Palestina' 2016. Photo: Ela Bialkowska

28/09/2018

'Soundlines of Contemporary Art'

ETEL ADNAN, CHEN ZHEN, LORIS CECCHINI, SHILPA GUPTA, ILYA & EMILIA KABAKOV, MOATAZ NASR, SISLEJ XHAFA 

group exhibition 

ICAE2018, various locations 

Yerevan, Armenia 

www.icaearmenia.org

28/09/2018 - 25/10/2018

Edinburgh Art Festival

SHILPA GUPTA 'For, in your tongue I cannot hide: 100 Jailed Poets'

26/07/2018

Edinburgh Art Festival

SHILPA GUPTA 

The Fire Station at Edinburgh College of Art 

Co-commissioned with YARAT Contemporary Art Space, Baku.  

With additional support from Scottish Poetry Library, PEN International and Edinburgh College of Art, University of Edinburgh. 

Edinburgh, UK 

https://edinburghartfestival.com

26/07/2018 - 26/08/2018

'Before, beyond, beneath'

SHILPA GUPTA 'Shadows without light' 2016. Installation view Culture City of East Asia 2016, Yakushiji Temple, Nara, Japan

19/03/2018

'Before, beyond, beneath'

SHILPA GUPTA

symposium

19 March 2018, 2.45pm

Sharjah Art Foundation

Sharjah UAE

sharjahart.org

'La Collezione San Patrignano WORK IN PROGRESS'

LORIS CECCHINI 'Radiances (thoughts oscillators on Vanadinite)' 2011

16/03/2018

'La Collezione San Patrignano WORK IN PROGRESS'

LORIS CECCHINI, SHILPA GUPTA, MICHELANGELO PISTOLETTO

group exhibition

Triennale di Milano

Milano, Italy

16/03/2018 - 02/04/2018

SHILPA GUPTA 'We Change Each Other'

SHILPA GUPTA 'We Change Each Other'

31/12/2017

SHILPA GUPTA 'We Change Each Other'

An outdoor animated light art installation

Carter Road, Mumbai, India

31/12/2017 - 18/02/2018