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Peers Artists Residency 2021

We’re very pleased to announce our artists in residence for Peers 2021 : our first ever online residency!

Jayeeta Chatterjee @jayeeta.chatterjee.3152
Pahul Singh @just.pahul
Salman Bashir @rangesaaz
Sandeep TK @t.k.sandeep
Shubham Kumar @shubhamandkumarand
Srinivas Harivanam @luminiferous.ether

This year’s critic-in-residence is Shivani Kasumra

Special thanks to the jury for Peers 2021: Monica Narula @monixa , Savita Apte and Marialaura Ghidini @marialauraghidini

Peers 2021 will take place from 02 August – 31st August

Peers is a four week residency programme at Khoj International Artists’ Association that provides emerging artists from India with an opportunity for exchange and dialogue. It aims to provide young artists a forum for experimentation and interaction with the larger creative community as well as attempts to create a network of diverse artists across mediums and disciplines.

Peers has been one of Khoj’s pioneering programmes; we are looking forward to making the seventeenth edition of the Peers residency a unique, robust and rewarding experience.

Peers 2021 has been supported by Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation @inlaksfoundation

Each year, the Peers residency program receives many applications and we are only able to accommodate a few selected applicants for the residency. In a bid to extend the conversation, Khoj has instituted Peers Share – an informal dialogue with twelve applicants who also made it to the short list of the residency and have been selected for a session of critique with senior artists, critics and curators.

Peers Share 2021 has been supported by Tarana Sawhney.

Tarana Sawhney is a patron of the arts, members of the South Asia Acquisitions Committee of the Tate Modern London, and an advisor to the Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art.

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