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Brussels

Where Do The Ants Go? at the Horst Arts and Music Festival

20 Feb- 24 May 2024

Kather Nripati at Diriyah Contemporary Art Biennale

2023 Thailand Biennale, Chiang Rai

Weaving Chakma

8 December 2023 — 12 May 2024, Kunstinstituut Melly, Netherlands

My Oma

Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art in Nusantara, Jakarta

Voice Against Reason

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Stepping Softly on the Earth 

Museo Moderno in Buenos Aires

55th CIMAM Annual Conference

6 September- 10 December 2023, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Choreographies of the Impossible, 35ª Bienal de São Paulo

31st August - 29 October 2023

EVA International - Ireland's Biennial of Contemporary Art

Co-curated by Diana Campbell (Artistic Director, Samdani Art Foundation) and Akansha Rastogi (Senior Curator, Kiran Nadar Museum of Art) with Ruxmini Choudhury (Curator, Samdani Art Foundation)

Very Small Feelings

19 May- 16 July 2023, Timișoara, Romania

My Rhino is not a Myth, Art Encounters Biennial

22 April- 18 June 2023, Melbourne, Australia

MOTHERTONGUE, Australian Center for Contemporary Art

World Weather Network

Jeddah

The River Remembers at Islamic Arts Biennale 2023

6 Nov 2022

Voice to Voice, Screen to Screen

Tate, London

Let me get you a nice cup of tea

14 September - 31 December 2022, Lyon, France

Manifesto of fragility, 16th Biennale de Lyon

Documenta Fifteen, Kassel

AFIELD Study #3 Let's Share!

December 2021- April 2022, Queensland Art Gallery, 10th Asia-Pacific Triennale in Brisbane, Australia

The Fibrous Souls

21 May – 12 Sept 2021, M HKA Antwerp

Today Will End

SAF Around The World

The Samdani Art Foundation participates in a variety of projects, outside of the Foundation's regular programming, as part of a commitment to increasing world-wide engagement with the work of Bangladeshi and South Asian contemporary artists and architects. The Foundation assists in funding travel grants that enable artists to attend residencies or undertake research abroad and supports international institutions and festivals to include South Asian artists within their exhibitions and programmes. The Foundation also regularly loans works from its collection of modern and contemporary South Asian artists to international institutions and festivals.

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