Through quiet but searing installations, artist Pritika Chowdhry reckons with violence that ripples through generations: mass displacement, rape and riots tracing back to the snaking borders that split a nation. For 15 years, she has made artworks based on the partition of British India into an independent India and Pakistan in 1947, as well as the bloody nationalist conflict that followed in East Pakistan, which cleaved off to become Bangladesh in 1971."
Jacqui Palumbo, CNN
Solo exhibition of Pritika Chowdhry's new works in the Partition Anti-Memorial Project at The Art Center of Highland Park to mark the 76th Anniversary of the 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan.
This exhibition juxtaposes ten different geopolitical partitions and is the outcome of a year-long curatorial fellowship at the Evanston Art Center (EAC), curated by 2022/2023 Curatorial Fellow, Pritika Chowdhry.
Parts of Pritika Chowdhry's Partition Anti-Memorial Project at the Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis to mark the 51st Anniversary of the 1971 Bangladesh Liberation War.
Solo retrospective of Pritika Chowdhry's Partition Anti-Memorial Project at the Online Partition Museum to mark the 75th Anniversary of the 1947 Partition of India and Pakistan.