About the Exhibition
Southern Siren Maheshwari

Image Tejal Shah
Southern Siren—Maheshwari, 2006
Digital photograph on archival photo paper
Courtesy Thomas Erben Gallery, New York & Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke, Mumbai
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[Art] made in India these days is the real deal, deep and rich.
—The New York Times

Be swept up into the swirl and sparkling color of India's public realm, while relishing rare access to its private lives and legends. You'll gain rich insight into the dynamics shaping today's Indian psyche, from Bollywood blockbusters to rampant technology to caste conflicts.

This groundbreaking exhibition highlights the contemporary work of 28 Indian photographers and video artists, who reveal their highly personal views of the world's largest democracy. The artistic vitality arising from India's extreme economic and political shifts, pervasive media influence, and cultural traditions being upended by globalization will force you to see India in a fresh, startling new light.

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Additional funding provided by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, New Jersey Council for the Humanities, The Hite Foundation, Asian Cultural Council, Poonam Khubani, Marguerite and Kent Srikanth Charugundla/The Charugundla Foundation, Dr Umesh Gaur and Dr. Sunanda Gaur, Indian Council for Cultural Relations, and Continental Airlines.