Mon, 14 December 2015
This week: Amanda believes the children are the future, she thinks you should teach them well and let them lead the way. Amanda wants to show you all the beauty you possess inside.
Noah Lyon decided long ago, never to walk in anyone's shadow, if he fails if he succeeds, at least he'll live as he believes.
No matter what we take from you, fine listeners, you are in the art world, you abdicated your dignity second semester your freshman year, who are you kidding.
Holy shit those lyrics work really well here.
Thu, 3 December 2015
This week, Mumbai-based artist Jitish Kallat returns to Bad at Sports, this time from San
Francisco, where he sits down with Patricia Maloney. Listeners may remember Kallat’s
first appearance on the podcast on the eve of the opening for his large-scale installation,
Public Notice 3 (2010-11), in the Fullerton Hall stairwell of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Kallat, one of the most prominent figures of contemporary Asian art, works across a
variety of media, including painting, sculpture, photography, installation, and video. He
was the curator for the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India in 2014. This year, Kallat has had
several solo exhibitions, including Jitish Kallat: Public Notice 2, at the Art Gallery of
New South Wales in Sydney. His Paris exhibition, The Infinite Episode, opened at the
Galerie Templon in September 2015. Kallat's large permanent public sculpture unveiled
in Austria in October 2015.
His solo exhibitions include Epilogue (2013-14) at the San Jose Museum of Art; Circa at
the Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia (2012); Fieldnotes: Tomorrow was
here Yesterday at the Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mumbai, India (2011); Likewise at Arndt,
Berlin, Germany (2010); The Astronomy of the Subway at Haunch of Venison, London,
UK (2010); Aquasaurus at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Paddington,
Australia (2008) and Lonely Facts at the Kunsthalle Luckenwalde, Luckenwalde,
Kallat has participated in major exhibitions, including: India: Art Now at the Arken
Museum, Ishoj, Denmark (2012-13); Indian Highway IV at MAXXI, Rome, Italy (2012)
and at Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France (2011); The Empire Strikes
Back: Indian Art Today at Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (2010); Chalo! India: A New Era
of Indian Art at Essl Museum – Contemporary Art, Klosterneuburg, Austria and at Mori
Art Museum, Tokyo (both 2009), as well as Indian Highway at the Serpentine Gallery,
London, UK (2008-09); Die Tropen. Ansichten von der Mitte der Weltkugel at Martin-
Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany (2008); Urban Manners at Hangar Bicocca, Milan, Italy
(2007) and Century City at Tate Modern, London, UK (2001).
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