Inaugural show at the new School of Art Gallery

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Thomas McDonald for The New York Times

“The inaugural show in the gallery, ‘Shifting Shapes — Unstable Signs,’ brings to New Haven works by 13 artists and one artists’ collective from India and the Indian diaspora. It was organized by Mr. Storr and Jaret Vadera, a student in the School of Art, and focuses on works that manipulate signs and symbols of cultural, national and gender identity. All told it is a handsome, thoughtful exhibition that feels both relevant and timely.”

“Shifting Shapes — Unstable Signs,” the School of Art Gallery, Yale University School of Art, 32 Edgewood Avenue, New Haven, through Feb. 27. Information: (203) 432-2605.

For a Fresh Gallery Space, Contemporary Indian Art Benjamin Genocchio NYT 2/20/09

More here, here and here.

Posted by Chris

2 responses to “Inaugural show at the new School of Art Gallery

  1. This is not my normal type of art interest, really, but certainly seems an interesting exhibition. Is there a way that i can find find out more, and see more of the exhibits? Only its a long way to go to visit🙂

    Tom

  2. Sounds an interesting exhibition!

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