COSMOS - Art Basel Switzerland - Online Viewing Room- 

 June - 16- 19/ 2021

Online Viewing Rooms is Art Basel's virtual platform connecting the world's leading galleries with our global network of collectors and art enthusiasts. 

Our upcoming edition, 'OVR: Portals', will be curated by Magali Arriola, Director, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City; Christina Li, independent curator based in Amsterdam and Hong Kong; and Larry Ossei-Mensah, co-founder of ARTNOIR and Curator-at-Large at BAM, New York City. Running June 16-19, 2021, it will focus on artistic practices that interrogate the parameters that have shaped our contemporary condition, both through current and historical lenses. 

The VIP Preview of 'OVR: Portals' will run from Wednesday, June 16, 2pm CET to Thursday, June 17, 2pm CET. Public days will follow from June 17, 2pm CET through Saturday, June 19, 12 midnight CET.

12 November 2019 – 2 February 2020  - Kettle Yards - Cambridge - UK 

Home Lands - Art from India, Pakistan & Bangladesh

September 2019 - Threshold Gallery​ - New Delhi - India

The Painted Almanac - Framing Time; Past, Present & Future.

15 Juin 2019 - December 2020, Art Gallery NSW, Sydney, Australia

The Sea of Untold Stories II

August - Sept 2019 : International Dunhuang Conference - China

The Prince's Foundation School for Traditional Arts, UK &

The Dunhaung Research Academy, China.

Hope you can make this incredible performance extravaganza throughout June  2021 here in Kyneton. It’s been a thrill to work with the Metanoia Theatre Company and be part of this presentation. 

My role as visual curator is to reimagine the museum, its collection, so that each room becomes a performance space, where objects are enlivened with human interaction. 

 'Over the last few decades Museum’s (across the globe) have addressed colonialism, in all its forms, however there has been a divide between those in the metro centres and those outside, particularly in regional areas. Our theatre production ‘Museum Undone’ attempts to redress this through, performance, dance and installation art, questioning what role do regional museums  play in shaping local stories (past and future) and their inherent relationship to wider national conversation’. 

Des Lazaro