Neha Choksi

Santa Monica, California, USA
APT Los Angeles
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  • Artists, collections and connoisseurs gathered at The Leela Palace for India Today Art Awards on Sunday evening.

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  • Project 88, Mumbai presents a special exhibition titled “8688” through December 31, 2016.

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  • Absolut announced the nominees for its 2017 Absolut Art Award today.

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  • The Biennale of Sydney has announced the final list of 83 artists from 35 countries for the forthcoming 20th edition from March 18 to June 5, including an additional 13 artists and collectives whose participation is detailed below.

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  • Ahead of the Frieze Art Fair's 2011 edition, London Correspondent Pippa J. Wielgos interviews artist Will Ryman about his work recently installed at the fair's beloved Sculpture Park.

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  • A Conversation about Sculpture: the Invisible, the Impermanent and the Ephemeral Location: CONA in Borivali, India; Skype, telephones

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  • Following up on her interview with sculptor Will Ryman last week,’s London Correspondent Pippa Jane Wielgos had the chance to chat with other artists whose works were up in Frieze’s fantastic Sculpture Park. Curated by David Thorpe, the Sculpture Park is one of the most unique aspects of the fair, and features a wide variety of international artists whose innovative sculptures always draw visitors to the garden. This year’s Sculpture Park welcomed the works of 12 emerging and established artists, from veteran sculptor Kiki Smith to newcomer Eva Koťátková.

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Neha Choksi received her MA in Classics from Columbia University, New York and her BAs in Greek and in Art from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Her work has been shown in Los Angeles, London, New York, Madrid, Amsterdam, Sydney, Istanbul, Delhi, Bombay, and as part of the 10th Venice Architecture Biennale. Her last public work was an outdoor sculptural installation at the Frieze Art Fair 2009. Her work is currently represented by Project 88, Mumbai.  She serves on the editorial board of X-TRA, an arts journal published out of Los Angeles, for whom she occasionally writes. 

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