Sree Banerjee Goswami
There is something wonderful,” says Goswami, who, despite her esteemed position in the Indian art world, is gentle and approachable in person, “about being able to say I follow in my mother’s footsteps in our patriarchal society—as I do in my roles as an art lover, collector, and dealer.” Goswami began Project 88, one of India’s premier contemporary art galleries, in 2006. A 4000-square-foot, 100-year-old former printing press in the heart of South Mumbai, space has hosted some radical installations. Her lineup of artists—which includes Sarnath Banerjee and Raqs Media Collective—is particularly experimental, with a strong conceptual overtone. In a country in which art is still considered painting, Goswami is pushing the envelope. “I am passionate about the cultural heritage I shall leave behind,” she says, “and want to foster, advance, and support engaged contemporary artists.
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