Talwar Gallery is delighted to present at FOG 2024
Established in 2001, Talwar Gallery, New York and New Delhi, occupies a unique position at the intersection of India and the global art world.
"Ranjani’s works often begin in small and surprisingly simple ways—emerging most often from her interest in her materials. Shettar forges a relationship with her materials through sustained contact and proximity."
"Across the three decades of his career, Bala has become known for his continuous investigation of the material and natural world, along with our capacity to explore, identify and comprehend it. Keenly interested in ways of accessing those parts of life too small, too vast, or simply too everyday to be readily seen, his works challenge viewers to expand their ways of seeing and refocus their habits of attention."
"deSouza reveals not just a sustained attention to the way relationships are strained and sustained across distance and time—but also to their consistent probing of the possibilities and limitations of the photographic medium."
"With silence, stillness, and a capacity for wonder, Sood’s artistic focus revolves around exploring the intricacies of human experience, going beyond the superficial aspects of everyday life to unveil the intangible."
"Sheila Makhijani stands distinctly apart in the art landscape in India with her consistent commitment to an oeuvre that stands resolute in its singular pursuit of abstraction. A quotidian practice that has been rigorously maintained over the last four decades, Makhijani has steadfastly remained engaged in discovering its limitless possibilities."