Thursday 1 January 1970

Reframing Indian identity

Reframing Indian identity

Saturday 1 October, 18.30
MAXXI  Auditorium – free admittance
curated by Viviana Gravano and Giulia Grechi in collaboration with Routes Agency
organized by MAXXI B.A.S.E.

On the occasion of the exhibition Indian Highway (at MAXXI through to 29 January 2012), the museum is presenting a rich programme of cultural events beginning with the series Found in Translation. Post-colonial Visions.
The first of the three encounters in the series, India: Reframing Indian identity, reflects on Indian identity in relation to the nation’s history as a colonized country and its present, suspended between the contradictions of the society seeing rapid urban expansion and economic development while still strongly rooted in its traditions.


Shaul Bassi and Lidia Curti will be participating in the event that will also feature projections of videos by Abhishek Hazra, Tejal Shah, Sarnath Banerjee and Pushpamala N.


Forthcoming events
26 November 2011 Visualizing colonialism – Post-colonial Visions
21 January 2012 Post-colonial Italy? Memory removed