Aliya Bhatia

Sochi project: An Atlas of War and Tourism


by Aliya Bhatia and Gagan Sandhu

conceptualised and spearheaded by multi-media journalists Rob Hornstra and Arnold Van Bruggen, this is by far the most intriguing and important show in this year’s Contact festival

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The Bloor Street Culture Corridor


April 2, 2014, 12:30 p.m.

L'Espresso Bar Mercurio

The Bloor Street Culture Corridor opened today to the public with inaugural speeches celebrating the district’s multicultural and multifaceted nature.

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Profanity and rebellion / Ai Weiwei at the AGO


by Aliya Bhatia

Is profanity and rebellion enough to be deemed as the most important contemporary artist in today’s generation? The industry art seems to think so. However, there is definitely more than meets the eye in Ai Weiwei’s multi-media works.

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Trade Marks at Prefix / Opening Reception


September 19, 2013, 6 – 8 p.m.

Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art

Betty Julian, curator of the show, highlights the use of symbolism and the emphasis on mark making when discussing the theme of indigenous interaction in modern day Canada

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Alternative at UTAC


by Aliya Bhatia

students are successful in treading a thin line between provocative and distant and are able to keep viewers engaged

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Are You Alright?


by Aliya Bhatia

The manner in which the viewer tries to grapple with the multitude of images is similar to the way in which today’s sensationalist society is constantly evolving and replacing itself.

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