30 Artists, 30 Years
Consisting of thirty interviews with visual artists, musicians, performers, academics, journalists, writers and storytellers whose work we have supported, we honour our 30th anniversary.
Follow us on social media @bagrifoundation or on the hashtag #Bagri30years to see the interviews as they are released over the coming weeks. Find the full list of artists and stories featured here.
Till We Meet Again IRL, Best Wishes, Asia-Art-Activism
Last Few Days! Until 29 November
Bagri Foundation is excited to support this new, month-long series of digital discussions, workshops, reading groups, broadcasts and performances curated by Asia Art Activism (AAA). The programme is curated by Annie Jael Kwan, Arianna Mercado, Cuong Pham and Howl Yuan, with hopeful longing and through a process of emergent collective dreaming.
AAA are group of voluntary interdisciplinary, intergenerational and inter- sectional network of practitioners. Find out more about them and the programme here.
At Home in the World
"Ainu Hunter, Mon-chan" by Eiko Soga
Last few days until
Bagri Foundation is pleased to present the latest commission as part of At Home in the World by Film category winner, Eiko Soga.
Ainu Hunter – Mon-chan seeks to explore an idea of ecology of empathy between human and non-human worlds. Eiko Soga presents an ethnographic video essay which includes an oral history from a member of the Ainu community, Mon-chan (Atsushi).
Watch the full work until 30 November only here.
"Dimension - Perception
by Cuong Pham
Limited screening until 29 November
Bagri Foundation is pleased to share the third and final screening pathway of the new online digital programme ‘Till We Meet Again IRL, Best wishes, Asia-Art-Activism‘ that the Foundation is excited to support.
“Dimension ~ Perception” is curated by Cuong Pham” and presents 4 artist films:Call me by my true names by Sit Weng San – In Virtual Return You (can’t) Dehaunt | 於虛擬的彼岸 迴魂（不）散 by Yarli Allison – On the edge of uncertainty, may I fly? By Mia Cabalfin – untitled [circuit breaker] by CHILLIDXDDY x Bootlicker
From Here to Eternity: Sunil Gupta, a Retrospective
The Photographer's Gallery
until 21 February 2021***
The Bagri Foundation is a proud supporter of the first UK retrospective of acclaimed photographer Sunil Gupta.
Opening on 9 October at The Photographer’s Gallery, this survey spans five decades and brings together all the key series from his pioneering photographic practice for the first time, as well as presenting never-before exhibited works. It is curated Mark Sealy, Director of Autograph ABP. Read the full Press Release here.
***Re-opening 3 December and extended until 21 February 2021***
Tantra: enlightenment to revolution
The British Museum
until 24 January 2021***
The Bagri Foundation is delighted to announce new dates for the Tantra exhibition at the British Museum.
As lead supporter for this exhibition, we are over the moon to finally open up the incredible research and over 100 objects from India, Nepal, Tibet, Japan and the UK, from the seventh century AD to the present. Tickets will go on sale from 9 September.
Find out more about the project here.
***Temporary closed between 5 November and 2 December 2020, in line with the UK Government’s guidelines***