2017 Homeland

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Homeland‘ an idea that evokes a feeling of belonging. We have chosen the theme for IPEP 2017 as Homeland, aiming at an emotional appeal that crosses the ethnic borders and hierarchy of societies. The concept of space that we call as home, bonds with the root that has a collective identity. It shapes our culture strongly yet so subconsciously that we sense the pull of the bond only when distance is created. The emotional connect with the personal to global context will be the key to the endeavour.


Rajesh Pullarwar, India
CURATOR
Rajesh Pullarwar
Artist Printmaker,
India.
Robin Lasser, California
WRITER
Robin Lasser
Professor of Art, SJSU, California.

Mithu Joarder, India
WRITER
Mithu Joarder
Artists, Writer,
India.


PARTICIPANTS

JAPAN
Yuko Yotsuzuka
Motoko Chikamatsu
Kaoru Higashi
Yuki Tsuboyama

AUSTRALIA
Julia Wakefield

TURKEY
Ari Alpert

POLAND
Justyna Dziabaszewska

USA
Kelsey Livingston
Stephanie Carpenter
Terry Strawser

PORTUGAL
Paula Brasil

MEXICO
Silvia Gaona

ARGENTINA
Alejandra Leyes

ROMANIA
Adrian Sandu
INDIA
Abhishek Chourasia
Aditi Kulkarni
Anjali Goel
Atita Taware
Devika Swarup
Dimple Shah
Durgadas Garai
Deepak Sinkar
Indrajit Prasad
Krishna Reddy
Milind Atkale
Nandini Pantawane
Pallavi Mool
Pandurang Deoghare
Rajesh Ambalkar
Shirish Mitbawkar
Sucheta Ghadge
Tanya Dobhal
Venugopal V.G.
Vishakha Apte
Yogesh Ramkrishna

FRANCE
Varsha Baptiste

UK
Asmaa Hasmi

NEW ZEALAND
Hannah-Amelia King

EXHIBITIONS

2017, 11 – 17 December; Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai, MH, India.
Organised by Rajesh Pullarwar.

2018, 16 – 18 January; Five Years of IPEP India, Art gallery, State Univ. Of Performing and Visual Arts, Rohtak, HR, India.
Organised by Deepak Sinkar, Nandini Pantawane, Pallavi Mool.

2018, 18 – 19 January; Dept. of Graphic Arts, M. S. University, Baroda, GJ, India.
Organised by Yogesh Ramkrishna, Durgadas Garai.

2018, 15 – 18 February; Five Years of IPEP India, Govt. College of Art and Design, Nagpur, MH, India.
Organised by Chandrashekhar Waghmare, Abhishek Chourasia, Pallavi Mool, Chandrashekhar Tandekar, Milind Atkale, Nandini Pantawane, Yogesh Aadkine.

2018, 19 – 28 February; Firehouse Gallery, Baton Rouge, LA, USA.
Organised by Kelsey Livingston.

2018, 17 March; Taller Ensamble MX, Mexico.
Organised by Silvia Gaona.

2018, 05 March – 6 April; Silver Lake College, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, USA.
Organised by Stephanie Carpenter.

2018, 26 April – 07 May; Magdalen Road Studios, Oxford, Oxfordshire, UK.
Organised by Asmaa Hashmi.

2018, 29 April – 02 May; 1 Shanthi Road Gallery, Bengaluru, KR, India.
Organised by Dimple Shah, Anjali Goel, Venugopal V. G..

2018, 31 May – 13 June; William H. Miller Gallery, Myrtle beach, S. Carolina, USA.
Organised by Terry Strawser.

2018, 5 – 11 June; Cyano Azores Studio, Canada das Almas, Portugal.
Organised by Paula Brasil.

2018, 22 – 28 June; Galeria LUKA, ul. Łukaszewicza 2, Poznań, Poland.
Organised by Justyna Dziabaszewska, Alicja Mielczarek.

2018, 28 June – 15 July; Arad art museum, Arad, Romania.
Organised by Adrian Sandu.

2018, 01 – 31 August; Cultural council, Georgetown County, S. Carolina, USA.
Organised by Terry Strawser.

2018, 11 – 14 October; Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Kalabhavan, Hyderabad, India.
Organised by Krishna Reddy Muchinthala.

2019, 14 – 17 March; Tourism Department Art Gallery, Vijayapura, KR, India.
Organised by Sameer Rao, Lingaraj Kachapur, Sucheta Ghadge.

2019, 21 – 22 July; Art Privilege, Thane West, MH, India.
Organised by Atita Taware.