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'PORTALS'

SHILPA GUPTA 'Words come from Ears' 2017-2018

11/06/2021

'PORTALS'

SHILPA GUPTA

group exhibition

Curated by Elina Kountouri, Director, NEON and Madeleine Grynsztejn, Pritzker Director, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Organised by NEON

Former Public Tobacco Factory

Athens, Greece

neon.org.gr/en/exhibition/portals/

A new cultural space in the Greek capital opens its doors for the first time with a project that aims to give rise to new messages, ideas and reflections, within a context of a reality that is ever-changing and disrupted.

11/06/2021 - 31/12/2021

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

Substance 100

SHILPA GUPTA ’For, in your tongue, I cannot fit’ 2017-2018, sound Installation with 100 speakers, microphones, printed text and metal stands, site specific, Commissioned by YARAT Contemporary Art Space and Edinburgh Art Festival. Shilpa Gupta, artist invited to the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia May You Live In Interesting Times, installation view Arsenale, 2019. Photo: Ela Bialkowska, OKNO Studio

Substance 100

KADER ATTIA, SHILPA GUPTA

Digital museum Collecteurs, which provides a platform for private collectors to share their artwork online, has published its list of the top 100 artists and activists making global change Substance 100

Focussing on the power of change, instead of power itself, Substance 100 is neither exclusive nor concerned with rank. Celebrating the world’s most conscientious individuals and collectives, the list challenges pre-existing models, enacting social, environmental and political change. Galleria Continua Artists Shilpa Gupta and Kader Attia have made the list, admired for their creative integrity, ingenuity, voice and perspective.