March 7 - May 18, 2018
Works by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew will be on view at Reclaimed Baggage at the Northern Illinois University Art Museum. The exhibition curated by Nirmal Raja focuses on South Asian American women navigating their cultural landscapes in the light of migration and globalization.
Opening Reception: March 29 | 5-6:30 pm
Panel discussion beginning at 6.40 pm
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Northern Illinois University Art Museum
March 1 - March 18, 2018
Works by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew will be on view at Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood at the University for the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Opening Reception: March 02 | 6:30-8.30 pm
Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood
UArts, Philadelphia, PA
February 10 - February 21, 2018
Works by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew's will be on view at the exhibition Beyond Transnationalism: The Legacies of Post Independent Art from South Asia at the AIFACS Gallery, New Delhi.
January 19 - March 31, 2018
Works by sepiaEYE artists Sunil Gupta, Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Pamela Singh, and Vivan Sundaram will be on view at the Kamloops Art Gallery exhibition Re Present: Photography from South Asia.
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Kamloops Art Gallery
December 9, 2017 – June 17, 2018
Works by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew's series To Majority Minority will be shared at the exhibition (un)expected families at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Read More
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
October 26, 2017 – February 15, 2018
A selection from Matthew’s Memories of India series is on view.
SFO Museum at the San Francisco International Airport Read More
San Francisco, CA
13 August - 19 September 2017
Curated by Gayatri Singha, Part Narratives showing at the Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai features the work of sepiaEYE artists Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Atul Bhalla and Nandita Raman.
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Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum,
Veer Mata Jijabai Bhosale Udyan (Rani Baug)
05 August – 30 September 2017
Annu Palakanathu Matthew’s series An Indian from India juxtaposing her identity as an Indian with that of Native American Indians. The 2017 LightField Festival of Photography and Multimedia Art, JUSTTHE FACTS exhibits works dealing the subjects of working class and immigrant individuals.
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Hudson, New York
27 June – 6 August 2017
Lucid Dreams and Distant Visions: South Asian Art in the Diaspora, curated by Jaishri Abichandani, will feature Matthew’s Anirudh, a multimedia piece from her 2006 series, The Virtual Immigrant.
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725 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021
27 June – 6 August 2017
sepiaEYE artists Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Atul Bhalla, and Nandita Raman are amongst a dozen artists in a wonderful multi-disciplinary show curated by Gayatri Sinha. Part Narratives will be on view through January 21, 2017 at Bikaner House, New Delhi.
7 – 21 January 2017 Read More
Curated by Gayatri Sinha
Bikaner House, New Delhi
May 28th - 29th, 2016
Annu Palakunnathu Matthew is one of the 40+ artists and scholars participating in CrossLines: A Culture Lab on Intersectionalitycreated by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center.
During Memorial Day weekend, CrossLines will be a creative convening of art installations, performances and dialogues that explore the theme of intersectionality: identities as those formed through artistic, cultural and historic encounters across race, class, gender, sexuality and more.
May 28th-29th, 2016 Read More
CrossLines: A Culture Lab on Intersectionality
Smithsonian Arts & Industries Building
900 Jefferson Dr. SW, Washington, D.C.
Images by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew and Osamu James Nakagawa have been selected to be a part of Seattle’s 2016 City Panorama. These works will be installed in King County Metro shelters for up to 10 years.
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Various Locations, Seattle
This public art project is now in its sixth year, and has successfully continued to bring beauty and art to public spaces via this partnership with King County Metro and the Photographic Center Northwest (PCNW).