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Anuradha Vikram is a writer, curator, and educator based in Los Angeles, CA.

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I’m delighted to be included in The Feminist Art Project’s Day(s) of Panels: Ecofeminisms, taking place online February 12-13, 2021. My presentation is Friday February 12 at 3:30-5pm EST. Register here.

How to Change” is a limited series for KCET’s Southland Sessions. My columns from June 2020-February 2021 have addressed changing arts institutions from the inside, promoting your art in the absence of open galleries and museums, using your art for social change, exhibiting art in unconventional settings, and teaching studio art online.

An undertaking of nearly two years,  Jaishri Abichandani: Flower-Headed Children is the first comprehensive museum survey of New York-based artist and organizer Jaishri Abichandani’s varied creative production. The mid-career survey exhibition has been postponed due to COVID-19 but is now slated for January 30 – May 8, 2022 at the Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles.

Older News:

My essay “An Ethic of Caring Beyond the Human” was included in the Berggruen Institute‘s Transformations of the Human symposium, published online by the Los Angeles Review of Books in August 2020.

My recent contributions to X-TRA include “Unstable Connections” and “Black Mirrors: Hammons, Wilson, and Julien on Capital in the Art Market” as well as a video conversation with fellow X-TRA editor Travis Diehl.

I was interviewed by LA Freewaves about gender in my life and practice for Instagram Live in July 2020.

Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas Vol. 5, Issue 3 (Dec 2019): “Special Issue: Challenging Hegemony within the South Asian Diaspora” edited by Jaishri Abichandani, Santhi Kavuri Bauer, and Anuradha Vikram

I curated an exhibition, Jennifer Moon: Familial Technologies, for the UCLA Art Sci Gallery that opened on Thursday, January 9, 2020 in conjunction with a monthly Leonardo/UCLA collaborative LASER series with Jennifer, Refik Anadol, Lauren McCarthy, and Mashinka Firunts Hakopian. Click here for archive of the live stream video.

Thoughts on sea level rise, climate change, migration, and the last Venice Biennale: Read my write-up of May You Live in Interesting Times, “Collapses: The Venice Biennale and the End of History” in Art Practical 11.1: All the World’s End

My book, Decolonizing Culture, is available for purchase in print or EPUB at Sming Sming Books.