The Brooks International Fellowship Programme
Delfina Foundation, in collaboration with Tate, have selected two Indian curators and one Indian artist into residency for 12 weeks during this programme which begins in early October 2014. Each of the residents will have a work placement at Tate alongside their residency at Delfina Foundation.
Kamini Sawhney, works at Jehangir Nicholson Gallery mounting exhibitions around various aspects of Indian Modernism from abstraction to performance as well as an investigation of women artists within the collection. She will be on placement at Tate Modern.
Aastha Chauhan is an artist, who will be working with Tate Learning. She developed Khoj’s community programme and continues her socially engaged practice via a training center and local radio she has established in Chamba.
Ayesha Matthan will be working investigating artistic and cultural exchange during the period of British colonial and imperial rule in India: 1757-1947. Her research is focussed on the visual history of the tawa’if in colonial North India and depictions of patronage, material culture as well as social and political transitions
This programme has been generously supported by Elizabeth and Rory Brooks.