This week Brian and Ryan Roundtable with Asha Iman Veal, Tulika Ladsariya, and Mike Nourse of the Center program at Hyde Park Art Center. Antics ensue in discussions of life as a mid-career artists in Chicago and the exhibition Dream.
Nia Easley and Tulika Ladsariya On view from W. Sheridan Avenue and online The way we operate in physical space is a manifestation of the political climate. Get it Together aims to pose questions of ownership and power in the built environment. Nia Easley and Tulika Ladsariya each create work that calls attention to the ways our surroundings are influenced by various ideologies. Through these works, the artists challenge expectations and reveal biases in an effort to put the pieces back together.
Artist Talk and Gallery Tour with Tulika Ladsariya for her Solo Show, STORYTELLING, shown at Roaring Artist Gallery, a virtual gallery exhibiting the work of visionary women artists, in our 3-D Virtual Gallery Space from March 28 - May 9, 2021
The South Asian Arts Resilience Fund, a grant supporting diaspora artists, helped give Ladsariya a platform to start a project and create a make-shift studio in her living room.
CHICAGO — Woman Made Gallery (WMG) is pleased to present “What Are You Voting For?” a virtual exhibition with works by 37 artists from across the U.S. who are sharing their voices and visions in response to the November 2020 elections.
In their statement jurors Karen Gutfreund and Sherri Cornett comment: “In this crucial election year, WMG asked self-identified women artists to share what they are voting for. There is so much at stake in the November 2020 elections and there are so many issues that polarize and define us: racism, Black Lives Matter, women’s rights, abortion, the ERA, intersectionality, power, privilege, the Covid19 pandemic, masks, the climate crisis, unemployment, education, health care, jobs, the economy, voting, surveillance, privacy, constitutional rights…
In conversation with Jennifer Weigal: As woman artist’s responding to the the theme Home, Tulika describes the ennui, anxiety and frustrations of three generations of women coming together in art making across borders and culminating into work that ties them together. Hear her story at 33 mins into this video, sharing the journey of these mixed media works and how they came to fruition
Chronicling the Art of Labor- by Priyanka Sacheti
“A former banker who found herself inexorably migrating into the world of art, Chicago-based Indian artist, Tulika Ladsariya focuses her artistic lens on exploring the dynamics of labor, language, and literacy through her paintings and sculptures. She describes her paintings as a social commentary on the division of society through the iconography of labor, whereas Tulika’s installations are derived from familiar construction materials procured from her surroundings; this enables her to empathize with the workforce that she depicts and thus, think of art as labor.
Vibrant, textured, and punctuated with layers and meanings, Tulika’s work takes the viewer into the landscapes and mindscapes that the laborers inhabit. Here she talks to Her Blueprint about the scope of her creative voyage so far.”
This week’s Friday Inspired has artist Tulika Ladsariya giving us insight into her artistic practice, while sharing with Beanstories images of her recent work.