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MOG will be hosting  Phoenix– a collaborative installation/display at MOG by eminent artists Genie Poretzky Lee, Sweety Joshi and Sanjay Sawant from 8 to 28, February 2019. Join us for the inauguration of the exhibition on 8 Feb, 2019 at 6:00 pm at Museum of Goa. The artists Genie Poretzky Lee, Sweety Joshi and Sanjay Sawant would be present along with the Director of Museum of Goa, Dr Subodh Kerkar for the opening of the exhibition.  

MOG is glad to announce the hosting of Evolving/Eroding – a collaborative exhibition/display by Indian and Danish Art Photographers: Amit Sheokand, Akshay Mahajan, Jagrut Raval, Miriam Nielsen, Jenny Nordquist and Louise Bøgelund Saugmann from 15 to 28, February 2019. Join them for the inauguration of the exhibition at 6:30 pm on 15 Feb, 2019 at Museum of Goa. The opening will be marked by the presence of Thomas Sehested, Director of The Danish Cultural Institute in India; who will give the inaugural address. The artists Amit Sheokand (I), Akshay Mahajan (I), Miriam Nielsen (DK), Jenny Nordquist (DK) and Louise Bøgelund Saugmann (DK) would be present along with the Director of Museum of Goa, Dr. Subodh Kerkar for the opening of the exhibition.

MOG Foundation in collaboration with the Raza Foundation is organizing Raza – Souza Dialogues, a two-day symposium from 5:00 – 8:30 pm, 23 & 24 of Feb 2019 at Museum of Goa. The dialogues conceived to be an ideational exchange between eminent artists and scholars of diverse disciplines will hold panel discussions between seemingly disparate arenas of art and expertise including contemporary visual art, literature, design and also art institutions & administration. The symposium curated by poet, art critic, cultural theorist and writer Sabitha Satchi constitutes of four discussions between nine eminent artists and art institution builders from all over India. The Dialogues: Orijit Sen & Wendell Rodricks (moderated by Sabitha Satchi) 23 Feb, Saturday, 5:00-6:30 pm A dialogue on art and design, the conversation would touch upon textile history, supporting local craftsperson and indigenous traditions as well as working with art and design collectives. Orijit’s work as a graphic artist and novelist and Wendell’s writings where art, design and writing intersect would also be a part of the discussion. Arundhati Ghosh, Suresh Jayaram & Subodh Kerkar (moderated by Sabitha Satchi): 23 February, Saturday, 7:00-8: 30 pm A dialogue on art institutions, the conversation would focus on India Foundation for the Arts as a patron for arts and ideas and […]

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