Events

Cratered Fiction | Walk-through with curator Sumesh Sharma

21 December 2015

Join us for a walk-through of 'Cratered Fiction' with curator Sumesh Sharma.


Walk-through with Pratap Morey and Kaiwan Mehta

27 November 2015

Join us for a walk-through of 'measure | decipher' with artist Pratap Morey in conversation with architectural theorist Kaiwan Mehta.


measure | decipher: A Conversation

20 November 2015

Join architectural theorist Kaiwan Mehta and poet, novelist and translator Sampurna Chattarji as they explore ideas of modern India in the wake of rapid urbanization.


A walk-through with Clare Arni

28 October 2015

Catch artist, Clare Arni for a walk-through of her current exhibition, Anatomy of Stillness.


Scapelands: The Conversation

10 September 2015

Join artists Sonia Mehra Chawla and Gigi Scaria, and cultural theorist, Ranjit Hoskote, as they explore ideas of the expedition as an artistic mode of interpreting real and imagined territories.


TARQ Summer Salons

04 May 2015

This 32-session summer-programme over four-weeks will introduce young students to the different ways in which art is produced and practiced during the various phases of human civilisation.


Varied Perspectives and Practices of the Book

17 April 2015

Join artists Kaiwan Mehta, Deshna Mehta, Manasi Jog, Vishwa Shroff, Katsushi Goto and Himanshu S. for a discussion on the changing formats of printed matter.


Walk-through with Rithika Merchant and Suruchi Choksi

14 March 2015

Catch artists, Rithika Merchant and Suruchi Choksi for a walk-through of the exhibition “RELIQUARIES: The Remembered Self".


Daguerreotype to Digital: History of Indian Photography

28 February 2015

Join documentary photographer and Executive Director of the Goa Center for Alternative photography (Goa-CAP), Pa. Madhavan, for a discussion on the history of photography in India.


Poetry Reading with Mustansir Dalvi and Sampurna Chattarji

08 January 2015

Curated by Ranjit Hoskote, join us this Art Night Thursday for a poetry reading with Mustansir Dalvi and Sampurna Chattarji