Bag Dancing With My Camera, Dayanita Singh
Each bag features a unique, non-repeating print, made from a traditional Indian fabric painting technique. The artist's exhibition title, "Dancing With My Camera," is printed on the pocket in white. The bag is reversible, with two different patterns on each side. What makes these bags special is that no two are alike.
Bag 100% made in India.
Its print is made using a traditional Indian technique of painting on fabric, and the writing exalts the name of the artist's exhibition.
"Dancing with my Camera" is the most comprehensive exhibition dedicated to renowned artist Dayanita Singh to date. The show spans her entire career, from her initial project centered on the music of percussionist Zakir Hussain to her most recent works, such as "Let's See" (2021), inspired by the shape of the contact sheet. The exhibition highlights the formal originality characteristic of Singh's work, highlighting his unique vision on themes such as archiving, disappearance, music, dance, architecture, gender and friendship.
The exhibition "Dancing with my Camera" takes place at the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art between November 2023 and May 2024. In collaboration with Gropius Bau, Villa Stuck Museum, Munich and MUDAM - Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, and curated by Stephanie Rosenthal.
Dayanita Singh is a renowned Indian photographer, born in 1961, whose innovative work explores the complexity of life in contemporary India. Initially a prominent photojournalist, Singh has transcended the traditional boundaries of photography, combining documentary and artistic elements. Her captivating images tell profound stories about identity, memory and society, while her innovative "book museums" redefine exhibition spaces. Internationally recognized, Singh is an influential figure on the global art scene, leaving a lasting impact with her unique ability to convey cultural and human richness through her lens.
- Dayanita Singh
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