Here, There & Everywhere: Launch Party

22 January 2017, 2pm-10pm

Bandra, Mumbai

Launching as part of Mumbai Gallery Weekend and in collaboration with Chatterjee and Lal and What about Art? Here, There and Everywhere will begin with an open studios event from 2pm-7pm followed by a launch party from 7pm onward in Bandra.

Here, There and Everywhere is an artistic collaboration between India and the UK, showcasing the finest contemporary art practices across two unique cultures. The diverse and in-depth programme launches this January in Mumbai and culminates in March 2018. Venues 'here' (UK), 'there' (India), and 'everywhere' (across multiple sites and online), coincide with the seventieth anniversary of India's independence from the UK, as well as the partition of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Through a series of exhibitions, projects, and residencies, Here, There and Everywhere looks beyond the surface to artistically explore what independence and autonomy really mean.

Here, There and Everywhere is a Midlands-London consortium led by New Art Exchange with Delfina Foundation, Quad/Format, Primary and mac Birmingham as core UK partners. Indian partners include: Art India, Chatterjee & Lal, Heritage Hotel Art Spaces, Mumbai Art Room, What About Art?, Indian Memory Archive, Quicksand, Unbox, Jaaga.

Here, There and Everywhere is supported through funding by Arts Council England as part of a national project, Reimagine India.

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