The second edition of the Indian Ceramics Triennale, titled Common Ground is set to open at Arthshila, New Delhi, on January 19, 2024, and will run until March 31, 2024. This over two-month-long celebration of contemporary ceramics will showcase the work of over 60 Indian and international artists from 12 countries, unveiling 34 projects under the common theme.
Engaging with landscapes, identities, and histories embedded in clay, Common Ground aims for greater inclusivity, reflecting on practices that mediate between readings of precedent and practice, historical and contemporary, material and ephemeral. The Triennale serves as a platform for showcasing clay-centric projects that transcend boundaries and challenge expectations.
The exhibition will be open until March 31st, accompanied by a rich array of programming, including a symposium, artist lectures, demonstrations, and workshops, offering a comprehensive approach to engage the public and foster a wider discourse on clay art.
Find out more about the second edition of Indian Ceramics Triennale here.