HBL Exhibitions: Paris-Delhi-Bombay at Centre Pompidou

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Draps-peaux hybridés (2011) by ORLAN « Hybridation des drapeaux indien et français avec sequins » © Adagp, Paris 2011

Indian society is explored from the viewpoint of both Indian and French artists in the Centre Pompidou's current exhibition, Paris-Delhi-Bombay, which runs until 19 September. Works from fifty artists are on display, with two-thirds created specially by the artists after visits to India for that purpose.

House of Love (2010) by Dayanita Singh © Courtesy de l’artiste, Nature Morte, New Delhi et Firth Street Gallery, Londres
The theme of the show epitomises WGSN-homebuildlife's autumn/winter 2012/13 macrotrend Hyperculture - which subscribers can read more about here.

Le Songe de Poliphile (Hypnerotomachia Poliphili), 2011 by Camille Henrot
Read all of our exhibition previews and reviews here on the blog.

You Too Can Touch the Moon (2006) by Tejal Shah © Courtesy de l’artiste et Project 88, Bombay

Enroute or Of a Thousand Moons, 2010-2011 by Ayisha Abraham