CALL/VoCA Talk with Tara Sabharwal

Tara Sabharwal, Cascade, 2015, ink, watercolor and chine-colle on paper, 30 x 44 in.

Tara Sabharwal, in conversation with Robin Clark
Thursday, November 9, 6pm 
Fales Library, Bobst Library, NYU
70 Washington Square South, 3rd Fl, New York, NY 10012


As part of Joan Mitchell Foundation's ongoing collaboration with Voices of Contemporary Art (VoCA),  please join us on Thursday, November 9, when contemporary painter Tara Sabharwal sits down with Robin Clark to discuss her life, work, and legacy as an international artist. 

Born in India, Tara studied painting at MS University, Baroda, and completed her Masters from the Royal College of Art in London. Her work is in the collection of the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum and DLI Museum (UK): the Peabody Essex Museum, New York Public Library and the Library of Congress (USA). She is a recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation's Creating a Living Legacy (CALL) award.


"Archiving my studio has meant looking critically at work from many different phases of my life, what I have already done and what I am leading up to, asking what worked and what did not. Having absorbed this, I am ready to experiment and surprise myself, to find new paths and depart from earlier trajectories."   — Tara Sabharwal


Mark your calendar for final Fall CALL/VoCA Talk of the season: 

Marcos Dimas with Jonathan Allen
2 pm, Saturday, December 9, 2017
Julia De Burgos Performance and Arts Center Theater (to be confirmed)