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Tate Modern Lates: Chila Kumari Singh Burman

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Tate Modern Late
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Time Out says

Chila Kumari Singh Burman brought a bit of light to the dark days of the 20/21 winter lockdown, when thousands of Londoners made the pilgrimage to see her dazzling neon installation on the front of Tate Britain. The Punjabi Liverpudlian artist has curated the line-up for this month’s Tate Modern Late, which celebrates South Asian artists. It features music from queer South Asian club night Hungama and the Indian Ocean Sound System, as well as zine-making workshops with Zindabad and Weirdo zines, screenings of Burman’s film works, a panel discussion on Bollywood cinema and more talks programmed by community platform Diet Paratha. 

Rosie Hewitson
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Rosie Hewitson

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