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Teesta Bhandare

Teesta Bhandare is a curator and art advisor in Delhi. Her debut curatorial project, 'Voices of Women' took place in Delhi in March 2020. It showcased only works by women visual artists from across the country. Teesta often uses social lenses to guide her curatorial vision. A driving factor for compiling the Indian Artist Book of Colour was to draw attention to mental health stress during COVID-19.
Teesta studied law at the University of Warwick, prior to which she received a BA in International Relations from Scripps College, USA. She has also studied for a postgraduate diploma in art law at the Institute of Art and Law, London.  


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