Latitude 28 presents a solo show by Jahangir Asgar Jani titled Pareidolia: Songs of (Dis)Belief.
Latitude 28, since its inception, has stimulated artists, writers, critics, researchers and curators to experiment with medium, material, dialogue, perspective, and practice while fostering collectors, art enthusiasts, and takers of a new era. Pareidolia: Songs of (Dis)Belief asks the viewer to shed preconceived notions when navigating through Jahangir Asgar Jani’s watercolours. One is left wondering whether the artworks represent an urban landscape, or monumental calligraphy. The exhibition leaves it open to the viewers to make their own meanings, while leaving them in awe of the brilliant use of colours.
The exhibition is part of the Delhi Art Week, a week-long celebration of the rich diversity of Indian contemporary and modern art in Delhi, taking place across four art zones, 37 galleries, two museums and several participating institutions.