SHOWS

Somber
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" Somber"
Group Show
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Stricoff Gallery, Chelsea,
Newyork, USA.
5/03/2018- 16/03/2018 
 

"Somber" is from the collection of "Time After Time" showcased an amalgamation of photographic experiences pertaining to everyday life. It is a collection of exquisite prints of portraits of women that depicts an array of emotions, moods, spiritual questions and answers in context of space, time and self. 
Certainly, time and images have a profound impact on our lives; it ispreservation of our memories, feelings, emotions and contortions ofpsyche. This show celebrates opinions in an ambiguous state
ofwonder of how, what, when and why? It may or may not lead to certain answers but personal and private interpretations of one’s each own.
With access to newer and easier ways of photographic tools, today old techniques of photography have somewhere lost their charm. This was an attempt to bring a magical awareness towards the lost art of double and multiple exposures. These photos have been made at the Art of Living International Center, Bangalore.
This work was first showcased at the prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai.

 
 
 
" Timelessloop
By Juhi Kulkarni
Terrace Gallery, Jehangir Art Gallery, Fort, Mumbai.
28/02/2017 - 6/03/2017
" Colours of Spirituality"
By Juhi Kulkarni
The Art of Living International centre, Bangalore
1/10/2016 - 11/10/2016
 
caravan hands show
Caravan hands show
Invitation for the show
Invitation for the show
Opening of the show
Other Opening Guests
Private Viewing
Putting the show up
Putting the show up
Putting the show up
Testimonial
" Time and Again"
By Juhi Kulkarni
Caravan Hands, Mumbai
9/3/2015 - 16/3/2015

 

Showcased in Caravan Hands art gallery in Mumbai.

 

 
NOW
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"Now"
By Juhi Kulkarni
Framer's Gallery, London
21/10/2014 - 30/10/2014

 

Showcased as a part of Art Below group show

 

 
"Now"
By Juhi Kulkarni
Pimlico Underground, London
21/10/2014 - 4/11/2014

 

This Photograph "Now" was showcased as a part of Art Below group show at the Pimlico underground station, London.

 

London Underground Pimlico
London Underground Pimlico
London Underground Pimlico
NOW
 
Time After Time
By Juhi Kulkarni
Jehangir Art Gallery
14/10/2014 - 20/10/2014
 

“Time After Time” showcased an amalgamation of photographic experiences pertaining to everyday life. It is a collection of exquisite prints of portraits of women that depicts an array of emotions, moods, spiritual questions and answers in context of space, time and self. 

   Certainly, time and images have a profound impact on our lives; it is preservation of our memories, feelings, emotions and contortions of psyche. This show celebrates opinions in an ambiguous state of wonder of how, what, when and why? It may or may not lead to certain answers but personal and private interpretations of one’s each own.
   With access to newer and easier ways of photographic tools, today old techniques of photography have somewhere lost their charm. This was an attempt to bring a magical awareness towards the lost art of double and multiple exposures.

 

 
 
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By Juhi Kulkarni
Tate Museum Website, London
 

Published on the Tate  Museum Website , London.

Click on the link below to view further.

http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/another-london/another-london-twitpic-gallery

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IDAA - International Design Awareness Awards
By Juhi Kulkarni
Nagpur
16/2/2010 - 21/2/2010
 

The International Design Awareness Awards celebrated achievements reflecting the powerful convergence of technology and the creative arts. The competition showcased individual and group projects created by professionals. We also honored the most talented and promising student graphic designers, photographers, illustrators, animators, digital filmmakers, developers, and computer artists from all over the world.  The IDAA competition was open to students and professionals in more than 35 countries. Juhi Kulkarni was the Managing Director for IDAA

International Design Awareness Awards – “IDAA 2010” 

16th- 21st February 2010, at Gurunanak hall, MFA department RTM, Nagpur University. 

 

Inauguration on 16th February at 6pm, by the hands of 

Mr. Pravin Dixit (Commissioner of Police, Nagpur)

 

Chief Guest  Dr. Pathan Sir (V.C. RTM Nagpur University)

 

Special guest Mr. Girish Gandhi (Trustee , Vanrai, Nagpur)

 

Guests of Honour 

Mr. Prashant Kulkarni, Mr. Nikhil Mundle, Mr. Chandrakant Channe,

Dr. Vinod Indurkar, Mr. Prakash Kawle and Mr. Nilesh Jaiswal.

 

17th February at 6pm, Fashion show by LAD students and students from Wardha

Chief Guest Subash Belsare 

(Ex-Registrar, Nagpur University) 

 

Guest of Honour Mr. Sandeep Joshi

(Corporator, Leader of Bhartiya Yuva Morcha)

 

18th February at 6pm, Fusion – Musical Night by Genesis.

Chief Guest Shri. Kamlakar Dharap

(Senior Journalist, Lokmat Newpaper)

 

19th February 6pm, Cultural show – MFA department

 

Chief Guest Dr. Sandhya Amrute  (Lecturer)  

 

Guest of Honor Mrs. Pratibha .P. Kulkarni ( Writer)

 

20th February at 6 pm, Cultural show – Chandhigarh Students 

 

Chief Guest   Shanti Panchal ( London based artist) 

 

21st February at 11am Inauguration of Exhibition 

 

Chief Guest Dr. Pankaj Chande 

( Kavi Kulguru Kalidas Sanskrit Vishvavidhyalaya, Ramtek) 

 

21st February at 6pm Closing ceremony of IDAA 2010 

 

Chief Guest Mr. Banwari Lal Purohit (Governor of Assam, Ex. MP)

Special Guest Mrs. Madhuri A. Ashirgade 

IDAA Students Time Table

Day 1 – 16th February, Tuesday.

Participant welcome 2 pm

Evening 6- 9 pm – Inauguration, launch and opening of the event.

 

Day 2 – 17th February,  Wednesday.

Morning – 10 am – 11pm – Meet with participants.

     11 am – 1pm - Introduction to visual design with Art of living.

Afternoon- 1 pm – 2 pm – Lunch

                  2 pm – 4 pm   Possibilities in Clay (online lecture) Chris                                                  Hagtorn Darnay.(London)

                  4pm –  6pm   - Documentary films presentation

Evening –  6pm – 9 pm - Fashion show by  LAD students and students from Wardha.

 

Day 3 – 18th February, Thursday.

Morning – 11 am – 1 pm - Scope of Animation Industry – Graphiti Studio, Mumbai. 

Afternoon - 1 pm – 2 pm – Lunch

                   2 pm – 3 pm – Lecture on Graphic design.

                   3.00 pm – 3.30 – Innovation group -talk

                   4pm6pm –   Categorized workshops

 Evening –  6 pm – onwards - Cultural event – Fusion by Genesis. 

 

Day 4 – 19th February, Friday. 

Morning –   10 am – 11.30 am –Abstraction (online lecture) - Md Tokon                                                                                                ( New York) 

                   11.30 am – 1 pm – Seminar on Typography –Mukund                                                                                 Gokhale, (Typography). 

Afternoon -1 pm – 2 pm – Lunch

                   2 pm – 4 pm – Seminar on Corporate design – Ranjan Joshi

                   4pm6pm   – Seminar on Photography 

Evening –   6 pm onwards –Cultural show MFA department

 

Day 5 – 20th February, Saturday.

Morning – 11 am – 1 pm - Seminar on painting with Shanti Panchal.                                                                                                      (London) 

Afternoon - 1 pm – 2 pm – Lunch

                   2 pm – 4 pm – Live painting 

                   4pm6pm –  Categorized workshop.

Evening –   6 pm onwards – Cultural Show - Chandigarh

 

Day 6 – 21st February, Sunday.  

Display of Work. (open to public)  

 
"Trance London"
By Juhi Kulkarni
Cisfa Ki Choti Gallery, Nagpur
21/10/2014 - 30/10/20

 

 
"Chutnee"
By Juhi Kulkarni
Camberwell College of Arts, London

 

 
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 "Area10 > 140"
Area 10. Peckham London
3/2008
 
140 artists, from Camberwell  came together to participate in a dynamic group show at one of the most exciting places in London. Area 10, an old delapidating warehouse was re done to create a space for the artists to showcase their talent. This area was vibrantly celebrated with the >140 show.
I had put up a floating structured sculpture made out of aluminium foil where the space between the plinth and the structure was the real sculpture.
 

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