KHOJ Peers Residency

KHOJ Peers Residency, Delhi

The Foundation supports the PEERS residency programme. The support is for 5-6 young artists.


This Programme is a Flagship programme for KHOJ and is a four-week residency for recently graduated students. Initiated in 2003, the PEERS Programme is an attempt to include young artists and students into the KHOJ network and to provide a forum for experimentation and interaction with the larger artistic community. KHOJ provides a space for emerging new voices for students from different art colleges in India.


The aims and objective of the PEERS Programme are to:

  • Provide a space for experimentation outside an academic programme and thus to facilitate emerging art practitioners.
  • Facilitate peer to peer discussions that provide a stimulus for discourse for students from different parts of the country.
  • Allocate time for deeper understanding of art practices from around the world and South Asia through the huge collection of books available in the KHOJ library.
  • Stimulate critical dialogue by inviting a critic- in- residence.
  • Provide a deeper learning and understanding of varied art practice by visiting studios of established artists in Delhi.




The Participants in Residency :


2017

Ashish Dhola
Sagar Shiriskar
Sahil Naik
Tanaya Kundu
Vrishali Purandare



2016

Anuradha Upadhyay
Arijit Bhattacharyya
Johnson Kshetrimayum
Manojit Samanta
Smita Rajmane



2015

Digbijayee Khatua
Faiza Hasan
Mithun Das
Shailesh BR
Utsa Hazarika



2014

Amshu Chukki
Diptej Vernekar
Dheer Kaku
Ragini Bhow
Sangita Maity
Sanket Jadia



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