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Chitra Ganesh (B. 1975)  Dear X, My Heart (Tales of Amnesia)

Chitra Ganesh (B. 1975) Dear X, My Heart (Tales of Amnesia)

Chitra Ganesh  Dazzle   2006

The travelling exhibition “Pandora’s Box” brings global stars like Wangechi Mutu and Kara Walker together with local artists like Leesa Streifler.

Chitra Ganesh

Available for sale from Gallery Espace, Chitra Ganesh, Nuclear waters Archival Lightjet Print

She the Question, Spaceship Womyn by Chitra Ganesh

She the Question, Spaceship Womyn by Chitra Ganesh

Chitra Ganesh "Rabbit Hole" chitraganesh.com/

Chitra Ganesh, Rabbithole (animation still), animation,

Chitra Ganesh, Tales of amnesia

Chitra Ganesh - Tales of Amnesia detail (Mother Always Told Me, Real Life Crowds, This and Other Adventures)

Chitra Ganesh

Chitra Ganesh > Work > Installations > Her Silhouette Returns

Tales of Amnesia (Detail) by Chitra Ganesh POSTER 100 x 57.5 cm

Tales of Amnesia (Detail) by Chitra Ganesh POSTER 100 x 57.5 cm

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The Work of Chitra Ganesh

Chitra Ganesh Reflects on Power, Sexuality Through Comic-Inspired Collages

Chitra Ganesh (b. 1975)  Diptych from Tales of Amnesia (Bike Accident; The Spell)

Chitra Ganesh (b. Diptych from Tales of Amnesia (Bike Accident; The Spell)

“INVOKING THE GHOST EFFECT”: Cutting-edge Brooklyn artist Chitra Ganesh discusses her large-scale charcoal drawings inspired by early silent Indian cinema. This example recently entered the Museum’s collection and is currently on view in the Indian Temple Hall. Explore the work and then join us for the talk on Wednesday, October 16, at 6:30 p.m. #Paywhatyouwish.More on this drawing“Raja Harishchandra,” 2012, by Chitra Ganesh. © Chitra Ganesh

“INVOKING THE GHOST EFFECT”: Cutting-edge Brooklyn artist Chitra Ganesh discusses her large-scale charcoal drawings inspired by early silent Indian cinema. This example recently entered the Museum’s collection and is currently on view in the Indian Temple Hall. Explore the work and then join us for the talk on Wednesday, October 16, at 6:30 p.m. #Paywhatyouwish.More on this drawing“Raja Harishchandra,” 2012, by Chitra Ganesh. © Chitra Ganesh

The Jungle Beneath, 2004. Mixed media installation, 15 x 19 ft.  East of the Sun, West of the Moon White Columns, NY  CHITRA GANESH

The Jungle Beneath, 2004. Mixed media installation, 15 x 19 ft. East of the Sun, West of the Moon White Columns, NY CHITRA GANESH

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