INDEPENDENT CURATORIAL PROJECTS :-

Black Smoke Rising

Link to Black Smoke Rising

Deptford X

Alieni Iuris

FlyPitch

Terra Incognita

Garden of Earthly Delights

Pork Knocker Dreams

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SELECTED AUTOGRAPH PROJECTS

Indra Khanna

Forthcoming project

Tim Shaw RA: Black Smoke Rising

Solo exhibition April 2014

Produced in partnership with mac birmingham and Aberystwyth Art Centre

Belfast born sculptor Tim Shaw R.A. grapples with contemporary and political realities whilst evoking the mythical and metaphysical. With increasing public recognition, this is Shaw’s first solo exhibition in a major public gallery and is a unique opportunity to view a seminal body of work.

Specially reworked, a number of pieces are exhibited, including the powerful installation Casting a Dark Democracy. Based on the infamous 2004 photograph of a prisoner in Abu Ghraib, this piece was described by the Financial Times as ‘the most politically charged yet poetically resonant new work... It ought to stand on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square’.

detail of Casting a Dark Democracyarts council logo

Indra Khanna Brief Biography

Indra Khanna started curating contemporary visual arts projects in 2003, working either independently or in partnership with established institutions.

Originally trained as a Fine Art Printmaker at Cardiff and Chelsea, she was a practising artist, community artist and art teacher for 15 years before moving into curating.  She has been an active member of grass roots artist's groups such as the Association of Artists and Designers in Wales, Women’s Work and Brixton Artists Collective. From 2006 - 09 she was a member of the London regional board of the Arts Council of England.

From 2003 - 2010 Khanna worked at Autograph ABP, eventually becoming Curator. Here she worked on artist's commissions, publications and exhibitions.

Independent projects include -

Alieni Iuris, solo show by Doug Jones at mac, birmingham 2011 and Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown 2012

Deptford X 2011 & 2012,  joint lead artist-curator with Hew Locke, London

British Summertime II, professional development for Birmingham-based artists.  An Arts Council England initiative delivered in collaboration with The New Art Gallery Walsall and mac birmingham, 2011

Pork Knocker Dreams, solo show by Donald Locke, New Art Exchange, Nottingham 2009 and Wolverhampton Art Gallery 2010

Terra Incognita, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham 2007 

The Garden of Earthly Delights, Brockwell Park, London 2004

FlyPitch, Brixton Market, London 2003

She can be contacted on indrakhanna(at)ntlworld.com

All images on this website are © Indra Khanna, unless otherwise indicated